Rating 4.00 out of 5 [?] Over three years ago, I had the opportunity to review the emWave Personal Stress Reliever. This is a portable handheld device that allows you to monitor your heartrate and control your overall stress level. Another product that has come across my desk is the Heart Wizard. This product also [...]
Rating 3.00 out of 5 [?]Yep, you read that right. Long before I was hopelessly addicted to my iPod Touch I wrote reviews for games on some of those OTHER mobile platforms. I was approached a couple months ago and asked if I would take a look at this new Pocket PC shooter called Giga [...]
Wassup! Today – Bluetooth headsets have become very popular in the last couple of years since many countries have instituted a law prohibiting drivers from using a cell phone that is held against your ear while driving. Most of these Bluetooth headsets have been the mono/single earpiece design. The lack of wireless stereo headsets was mainly due to the fact that a phone conversation is mono in nature plus the lack of software or Bluetooth stereo profile support. Now that the proper stereo profile A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution profile) and the remote control profile AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) has been created, we are able to take advantage of the stereo music that many cell phones support now wirelessly. To add more style and functionality to the wireless stereo music enjoyment and cell phone call access, Trispecs has combined the stereo Bluetooth headset support into a stylist pair of sunglasses.
eSoft Interactive is back, bringing us more Windows Mobile goodness in the form of Hot Pursuit, to be released on or around April 14th. The game will get your stylus tapping and your brain churning as you try and catch thieves in this worldwide epic inspired by Carmen Sandiego. Check out my quick preview, and expect a full review soon.
Wassup! Today – Yesterday was the first official change over day in the United States for terrestrial TV from analog to digital. Complete change over is scheduled for mid June. I am still not 100% comfortable as to what should be changed when dealing with an older setup and what can be kept? I am located in Canada and the switchover is not until 2011 but I am located close enough to the United States that any good programming will come from US based stations. This means I need to change too.
Rating 3.00 out of 5 [?]Use Star Walk or AstroNavigator on your mobile for it You are running out of ideas for Valentine’s day, you are bored of the usual presents but you still want to impress your partner. We have the right suggestion for you: give your lover the sky. With a simple click [...]
Rating 4.00 out of 5 [?] Reviewed Platform: Windows Mobile 6 Device Used: Verizon XV6700 Software Type: Game Developed By: Astraware, under license from PopCap Games I love Astraware for the simple fact that while I might not enjoy every single one of their games, I know they have a knack for picking diverse, [...]
Rating 3.00 out of 5 [?] http://www.ludimate.com Reviewed by Eric Pankoke I’ll probably say this every time such a game comes along, but I love it when a developer takes a tested, seasoned concept and adds enough twists and turns to make it new and their own. Such is the case with Tilelander from [...]
Rating 3.00 out of 5 [?] www.max-studio.net Reviewed by Eric Pankoke —————————— Burning Armor Code E Winner of the Cutting Edge Coding Competition 2006 Given the right angle, there’s always room for another vertical shooter in my collection. Unfortunately, even after being rewritten using the EDGE gaming library, I’m not sure that Burning Armor has [...]
Rating 3.00 out of 5 [?] Momentum Games Meltdown from Momentum Games Reviewed by: Eric Pankoke After playing Pocket Mini Golf 2 from Momentum Games, I had high expectations for Meltdown. Then, as I started seeing rather positive reviews from industry veterans that I greatly respect, the bar was raised. I am here to let [...]
Rating 4.00 out of 5 [?] Add-Venture Add-Venture from QSoftz Reviewed by: Eric Pankoke If you were like most aspiring young children, one of your fantasies was to stealthily take over the world… umm, yeah… Anyway, regardless of childhood aversions, Qsoftz was kind enough to help you fulfill these desires electronically with the release of [...]
Rating 3.00 out of 5 [?] Rage of Mages II Rage of Mages II from Nival Interactive Reviewed by: Eric Pankoke I’ve never been a real big fan of ports. Typically, if the port is going from a small machine to a big machine, the developers don’t want to spend the time to add extra [...]