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BOLT

BOLT

BOLT is a free downloadable browser that offers an uncompromised browsing experience on even lower-end mobile phones. Rather than offering a simplified, mini version of the Internet, BOLT provides users with a fast, efficient, feature-rich way to enjoy full PC-style web pages and rich media applications on all levels of mobile devices...

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Boopsie

Boopsie

Boopsie - This version of Boopsie supports on-board GPS as well as Bluetooth GPS. Boopsie uses a multi-prefix search - which means you only have to type the first few letters of words instead of the whole words. So, searching Wikipedia for ''''Desperate Housewives'''' is as easy as typing ''''des hou''''. Boopsie uses a category search combined with keywords...

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BrightKite

BrightKite

BrightKite-brings social networking back into the real world. Brightkite's location-aware mobile social network helps you connect with your friends, see where are and what they're up to in real time, and share real world experiences...

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BT Switch

BT Switch

BT Switch - A small utility for S60 3rd ed phones for switching Bluetooth on and off. The package needs to be signed through Open Signed Online, by following these steps: # Download the package to be signed. # Go to the Symbian Signed website and choose Open Signed Online on the front page. (Or try this direct link...

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BTExplorer

BTExplorer

BTExplorer - a powerful and user-friendly Bluetooth application for Windows CE and Windows Mobile based devices. BTExplorer can provide rich stand-alone Bluetooth functionality via its flexible user interface or it can be extended and configured to act as a component of a larger Bluetooth-enabled solution...

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btradar Script for mShell

btradar Script for mShell

btradar Script for mShell shows visible Bluetooth devices in your surrounding. The blib - representing a device - appears on the current beam position when the device becomes visible. New devices will be placed in the outer area of the radar screen, as long as they stay visible the blib moves toward the center...

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