Monday Apr 30, 2012

Rapid Protect Mobile location-based apps with Java ME technology

Keep your location-based mobile data safe with Rapid Protect Mobile apps for your Java ME tech-enabled mobile phones. This helps you from being "slimed" by the bad guys. And, we all know who they are...

See:

Don't get slimed: Use Java ME

Here's a quote:

 [Rapid Protect] apps include many 
 innovative features such as photo 
 check-ins, photo sharing, geo-fencing, 
 geo-tagging, in-app secure chat, 
 location tagging etc... Mobile 
 applications are available on all 
 major mobile platforms such as 
 [blah-blah-blah], 
 [slimey-slimey-slimey], and J2ME. 
Don't be "slimey". Use Rapid Protect Mobile apps and (a licensed version of) Java ME technology today!

Friday Apr 27, 2012

Front desk? Who needs to check-in when you have Java ME technology?

Feh. Who needs to check-in at the hotel front desk, when you can simply wave your Java ME tech-enabled mobile phone to open your hotel room?

See:

Wave your Java ME phone

Here's a quote:

 OpenWays uses a Crypto Acoustic 
 Credential™ (CAC™) and text 
 messaging to securely deliver a 
 unique acoustic key to the guest 
 anywhere in the world... It is 
 compatible with all 6 billion 
 mobile phones in the world, 
 including [blah-blah-blah], 
 [yadda-yadda-yadda], JAVA J2ME, 
 ... and more).
Java ME Technology: Your Key to Happiness. Get it? Key? Yeah, that's good, huh? :-)

Thursday Apr 19, 2012

I am Number 4 Dual SIM 3.5 Inch Touch Screen Quad Band Java Cell Phone

Here's a name for a new Java technology-enabled cell phone that's quite the mouthfull: The all new "NO. 4 Dual SIM 3.5 Inch Touch Screen Quad Band Dual Cameras Wifi Java Cell Phone".

Kinda rolls off the tongue, dudn't?

See:

No. 4 Dual SIM Java Phone

Here's a quote:

 Highlights:
  Quad Band: GSM850/900/1800/
       1900MHZ
  Dual sim cards dual standby
  Wireless internet
  Support[s] Java
  ...
Nice phone. Looks like an iDrone, but it's not. It's more like an iClone. The difference is that it has Java ME technology, so it's all good. That's what really matters.

Monday Apr 16, 2012

I feel the need, the Need for Speed--using Java ME technology

Here's your chance to race and fine tune your ultimate street racing VEE-hik-cahl. All on your Java ME tech-enabled phone that is.

See:

Need for Speed on Java ME

Here's a quote:

 Experience thrilling, high-RPM 
 racing in Need For Speed Prostreet 
 mobile! The groundbreaking 
 franchise explodes out of the 
 underground and goes legit. Hit 
 the track at sanctioned events, 
 strap yourself into 16 licensed 
 cars for edge-of-your-seat action.
If it's action you want, then Java ME has what you need: The Need for Speed!

Thursday Apr 12, 2012

Zombiewood for your Java ME tech-enabled Nokia C3

Zombies... Zoooombies... Here come the zombies in the new Zombiewood game for your Java ME technology-enabled Nokia C3. Watch the video to check it out.

See:

Zombiewood on Java ME Nokia C3

If you had two handguns and a couple sticks of dynamite, I'm sure you'd be looking to shoot zombies and collect giant floating gold coins spinning on the sidewalk. 'Cause that's what you do in that situation, right?

Tuesday Apr 10, 2012

Kronos Workforce Mobile Apps (w/Java ME tech) lets bosses and staff work better

The Kronos Workforce Mobile apps let bosses spy on their workers, and let workers do what workers do best (uh, you know, work?), all using Java ME technology.

See:

Enable your Mobile Workforce w/Kronos

Here's a quote:

 Kronos® Workforce Mobile™ Manager – 
 allows managers to use their 
 devices to monitor workforce 
 operations, resolve exceptions, 
 and respond quickly to employee 
 requests.

 Kronos Workforce Mobile Employee – 
 enables employees to track their 
 work in real time, quickly and 
 easily review information such 
 as their schedules and timecards, 
 and request time off.

 Kronos mobile applications are 
 delivered as native applications 
 for [blah-blah-blah].  A JavaME 
 option is also available, which 
 runs on a wide range of feature 
 phones. 
Good stuff for the enterprise. Java ME technology helps run the mobile enterprise. I like that. Kinda catchy...

Friday Apr 06, 2012

WhatsApp Chat Messenger available for Java ME phones

If you like sending SMS text messages from your Java ME tech-enabled mobile phone without having to pay carrier charges, then WhatsApp Messenger is for you.

See:

Don't pay, Use Java ME WhatsApp

Here's a quote:

 Free WhatsApp Messenger Download 
 For S40 Java Phone now Available. 
 The IM chat app whatsapp was earlier 
 targeted on high end/cross-platform 
 mobile phone with support for 
 messaging exchange, SMS messages, 
 send and receive pictures, exchange 
 of videos and audios, share your 
 location with your contacts etc. 
So, be a cheap-skate. It's OK. You're entitled. As long as you use WhatsApp and Java ME technology, that is.

Thursday Apr 05, 2012

Getit serves up local search in India with Java ME tech

Did you ever wonder where to get a good lamb vindaloo while you are visiting in Mumbai? Well, you need to get Getit then.

See:

Getit gets it on Java ME

Here's a quote:

 Getit, the company which provides 
 local search facility and free 
 classifieds services in India, 
 has announced the official 
 release of the Getit Local 
 Search Mobile app for Indian 
 users. The app can be downloaded 
 from the Mobango app store, ... 
 [and]... is available for all 
 platforms like [blah-blah-blah], 
 [yadda-yadda-yadda], Java, Blackberry, 
 Symbian etc...
Getit gets it because they ported to the Java ME platform, the most ubiquitous mobile platform out there, and because they know when you want to find a good vindaloo, you want to find a good vindaloo!

Tuesday Apr 03, 2012

E-books make smart kids using Java ME mobile phones

Worldreader has been distributing e-books on Kindle devices to children in sub-Saharan Africa to teach the students how to read. But now, Worldreader has also created a Java ME app that helps even more students in developing countries to have access to free books.

See:

Reaching more students w/Java ME

Here's a quote:

 In many African countries, 80 
 percent of the population owns 
 a cell phone. Up to now, 
 Worldreader has focused on 
 distributing Kindles to 
 classrooms (the organization’s 
 founder is former Amazon exec, 
 but by making e-books available 
 via cell phones the organization 
 can reach a much wider group of 
 readers.
Using technology to teach kids how to read in developing nations is a good way to use mobile devices like Java ME feature phones--a lot better than trying to slingshot cartoon angry birds at green pigs on those other platforms, doncha think?

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