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Skype… This is not an uncommon word for you and me. Most of us who connected to Internet should know that Skype ~ a free Internet phone calls application. I had been using Skype (desktop version) during my business trips to China last few years. It is my best and cheapest solution to call back home when traveling. And I got it on my HTC HD2 now.


Skyfire is the only mobile browser that supports full Flash and Windows Media videos, including Flash 10 and Silverlight 2.0. You can even watch TV on your phone!

Quote that I took from Skyfire website… Well, this is not true anymore after Nokia N900 with Maemo 5 OS and using Mozilla-based web browser with Adobe Flash 9.4 support came out. But for those who have mobile phone like me ~ HTC HD2 which still using Windows Mobile 6.5 or Nokia S60 3rd Edition & 5th Edition (Beta). Skyfire is the only full Flash browser for you.


Google latest gadget ~ Google Buzz comes to Google Maps for Mobile 4.0. It is currently fully supported for Android 2.0+. And Buzz Layer on Google Maps for mobile for other mobile platform except BlackBerry. I am not a big fan of Google Maps because Malaysia maps are not detail enough (at my small hometown Sungai Petani) and slow updated. You still can get high level detail but just not detail enough for me like US or Singapore maps which you can see cars and people from the satellite view. Yeah… That’s what I call maps. But when will it comes to Malaysia?


Who want a handicap HTC HD2?

Who want a handicap HTC HD2? Well, not me. I don’t think you want it too. Who want a handicap product?


Finding a new mobile phone…

My Sony Ericsson K510i is not working properly. The joystick is not function well as it cannot go up and down most of the time. And getting another HP iPAQ rz1710 Pocket PC with it is little troublesome. You need to take 2 devices. So what should I do? Starting to find a new mobile phone to replace both of them.

Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is my first choose when thinking of new mobile phone. My colleague is using it and is only priced at RM1200. And I like the GPS function. I can install Garmin XT on it. I wish to combine most of the features that I need to use in one device. But I scare that this Symbian OS cannot sync Outlook calendar, contacts and notes well like Sony Ericsson K510i which have lot of issues. Therefore, I need a Windows Mobile (WinMo) OS. Or other OS like Android, Palm, Linux and OSX can support?

After searching around…. I discovered Samsung S8000 Jet. It has lot of features that I like… 16M colours AMOLED touchscreen, 480 x 800 pixels. But too bad it is not powered by WinMo. How about the bigger brother ~ Samsung I8000 Omnia II? Samsung I8000 Omnia II looks great but not perfect. It does not have build in stylus and not 16M colours LCD. Looking further… Some reviews stated that it is lagged a bit. Hmm…

HTC Touch Diamond2 has almost the same features as Samsung I8000 Omnia II. I hate it does not have 3.5 mm audio jack. Hmm…

Mobile phone has really evolved a lot. There is lot of new stuffs for me to learn. Will keep on learning and wait for my dream mobile phone to come. Maybe HTC Leo / HD2 will be my next mobile phone? Who know…?

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