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Software Update: Butler 3.22 Wed Sep 07, 2005 6:46 am
Hobbyist Software has just released a new version of Butler for Treo 600 and Treo 650 users. If not familiar with Butler, it is a collection of various utilities to make your Treo more usable. Some of the new features include:
  • New Keyguard with time and ringer switch indicator
  • Allowed attention manager to play mp3 with screen off if Hobbyist MP3 player is used
  • Stopped Attention Grabber from playing or vibrating when on a call
  • New phone keyguard option to block vol keys, or to require two-key answering
  • Two key keyguard added (requires option + key to unlock)
  • Support added for DataBk5 alarms in attention grabber (triggers with attention manager alerts)
  • Added option to block hard keys with keyguard
  • Reverted to old code for spotting voicemail (fixes Cingular VM issue)
  • Added blocking of side key to volume key blocking in phone keyguard
Download and Read More about Butler
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New Game: Master Kick from Industry Entertainment Tue Sep 06, 2005 8:36 am
Here is a game worth checking out. It runs on Palm OS 5.x devices.

Master Kick arises in glory of the best arcade version of table soccer seen till now! It's not just a game with stunning graphics of various playfields and players, weather visual effects, or live cheering. Master kick gives you the full atmosphere of soccer match combined with foosball skill. Highly sophisticated AI plus numerous formations selection, playing in a league or quick match will not fail any soccer fan expectations. Great dynamic music and sound powered by MODULA Audio Engine and fullscreen support enlarge the overall game experience. Master Kick is available for all the latest PalmOS devices. One thing is for certain, Master Kick tried once, will become your favorite addiction!

By the way, there is a neat movie (WMV format) showing off the game here.

Download and Read More Information about Master Kick
Please note that the trial version is 3 MB
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Mobile Ministry Magazine Has a New Home Fri Sep 02, 2005 9:50 am
For those not familiar with Mobile Ministry Magazine, it blends ministry and mobile technology. It makes for a positive experience.

New Site for Mobile Ministry Magazine
New RSS Feed for Mobile Ministry Magazine

By the way, the author contributes a lot of time and energy into the Palm community. We appreciate his work!
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LingvoSoft: New Japanese Dictionary and 20% Off Fri Sep 02, 2005 6:46 am
Now LingvoSoft greatly expands the first-generation suite of its Japanese language dictionary software for Palm OS. The new English <-> Japanese (Kanji - Kana) and English <-> Japanese (Kanji-Romanization) translating dictionaries are sure to be a hit with anyone in need of powerful language tools. And they are available in both talking and non-talking versions to suit every taste.

These all-new dictionaries for the Japanese language operate using our innovative application for Palm OS. They feature extended device compatibility supporting Tungsten T5 and Treo models, and a new Katakana/Hiragana keyboard. This allows input by radical (Kanji) to facilitate easier typing. We have also included useful information on transliterating Japanese into the Latin alphabet in the user�s manual. And it is now possible to maintain the direction of translation between sessions.

Known for making innovative Translating Dictionaries, Phrasebooks for Travelers and FlashCards language learning games for over 45 languages, LingvoSoft is the leader in the field of portable language tools for all major platforms.

Today we are pleased to announce 20% off on any PDA software!

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Primerica: Palm Success Story Fri Sep 02, 2005 4:36 am
On August 30, 2005, Palm announced Primerica is using 4,000 Palm handhelds and smartphones to run a custom Palm OS application called TurboApps.

If you are not familiar Primerica, the company provides its 6 million clients with financial products and services, such as term life insurance, mutual funds, variable annuities, loans and long-term care insurance.

Interesting enough, Primerica processes 60% of their applications in the last week of each month, so there is plenty to do. However, it appears that the solution based on the Palm platform really has paid off.

As a Palm supporter, I liked the following paragraph from the press release because it describes what a Palm device is, simple to use. " The company decided it needed a paperless process and a powerful mobile device. Primerica chose to develop on the Palm OS platform in part because the majority of its agents and executives already were users of Palm products, ranging from handheld devices that were primarily used to organize calendar, contacts and personal information to advanced all-in-one devices that include email and cell phone capabilities. Familiarity with Palm devices made the learning curve virtually flat."

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PalmFocus Newsletter Online Thu Sep 01, 2005 9:12 am
The first edition of the PalmFocus Newsletter was released to subscribers on August 23, 2005. However, if you did not subscribe to the PalmFocus Newsletter, you are in luck. We have just posted the first edition of the newsletter online for you to read. Here is the list of topics covered:
  • Welcome to PalmFocus
  • From Concept to Code - How Trip Boss was Born
  • Editorial - Palm and Windows Mobile
  • Jeff Hawkins - Pushing the Technological Envelope
  • Software Discount at PalmFocus Software Store
  • PalmFocus and Proporta Giveaway
If you did miss out on the mailing of the PalmFocus Newsletter, go ahead and subscribe so you do not miss out on the next edition.

Read PalmFocus Newsletter - August 23, 2005
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PalmFocus Palmcast - September 1, 2005 Thu Sep 01, 2005 7:50 am
This palmcast is 6 minutes and 28 seconds long. It a blast from the past as we discuss an innovative device, at least for it's time, called the Handera 330. It has a 240x320 screen resolution, virtual graffiti area, CF and SD expansion slots, and voice recorder. Plus, it was compatible with all the popular Palm III series accessories.

Handera 330 Product Information

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PalmFocus RSS Feeds for News and Palmcasts Thu Sep 01, 2005 12:00 am
By popular request, the PalmFocus Palmcasts are now available via a RSS feed. In addition, the RSS feed is listed in the iTunes Podcast directory (or should I say Palmcast directory).In addition, I have added two additional RSS feeds for the site. One is for the Device Spotlight on the Palm Treo 650, and the other one is for the Device Spotlight on the Palm LifeDrive. For your convenience, I have listed all the available RSS feeds for PalmFocus.Hopefully, all the information will fill your need. If nothing else, it will keep your computer busy. Take care.
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PalmFocus: Tired of Hearing about Us? Wed Aug 31, 2005 10:27 am
I realize you are probably tired of hearing about PalmFocus and what we are doing. However, we have been busy with a number of things, and we just want to make you aware of them. In addition, we want you to know why there has not been a lot of news lately.

Anyway, we have made some changes to combine the discussion forum with our front page news as well as our palmcasts. Therefore, you can make comments and discuss the various items you see (or hear) at PalmFocus.
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PalmFocus Palmcast - August 25, 2005 Tue Aug 30, 2005 1:33 pm
This palmcast is 3 minutes and 27 seconds long. I discuss the length of podcasts and would like to get your thoughts on the PalmFocus Palmcast. Tune in and let me know what you think.

Listen to the PalmFocus Palmcast - August 25, 2005
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