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Skyfire ~ the only mobile browser that supports full Flash

[pull_quote_center]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![/pull_quote_center]

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.

Skype for Windows Mobile ~ free Internet calls on HTC HD2

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.

Celcom Broadband Basic upgraded to 512kbps

Yeah… Received SMS from Celcom ~ Celcom Broadband Basic upgraded to 512kbps from 384kbps. However, the monthly volume quota is reduced from 5GB to 3GB based on Celcom website. Existing Celcom Broadband Basic customer should still get 5GB volume quota.

Celcom Broadband Basic upgraded to 512kbps

Does the new Celcom Broadband Basic really can get up to 512kbps? Let’s benchmark it with SpeedTest.net.

Google Maps for Mobile 4.0 ~ Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, Nokia S60 and Windows Mobile.

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?

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