Another version of a lines game is available for the 7650 from Handango. This version is mobiLines with the aime being to remove lines of the same coloured balls. It is another Java game underlining the popularity of the language on the 7650.
DeepBlue, an MIDP game for the 7650 in which you have to destroy nuclear submarines (sounds eco-friendly to me...). It is a good example of a small price for a small game, it costs just $3. Available via Handango.
There's an article on Linux Planet which considers the opinion that Microsoft has abandoned WindowsCE and is allying itself with Ericsson to produce broadband mobile software. Although Ericsson have said that this has nothing to do with WindowsCE, LinuxPlanet is hoping that this news, along with the news that Nokia intends to release a Palm based smartphone, puts Symbian in Peril - though it does depend on how you look at it.
Those humble folks at PDYea! have dropped the price of Paratrooper by 100%, which means that instead of paying $14.99 for the privelage of playing it, you can now get the game for free from this page on Handango.
Pots and kettles mean nothing to the Microsoft fangirl site that took great joy in pointing out this article that tells of how Motorola, Ericsson and Nokia (MEN) are allegedly monopolising the Mobile Phone market and the standards therein - and there was me thinking that Microsoft wouldn't know what a monopoly if it hit them in the face - seems that when it's someone else who's having the profits, Microsoft's eyes are wonderfully healed.
Now you can use your 9200 series communicator to record when Dave called you fat, when Mary said you were two-faced and when Sally promised that she'd always be yours! Yes!, L3 Solutions have released My Diary ($14.95 - trial available), so nothing need ever go unrecorded ever again!