Quickies: Sony, Brighthand, World Almanac, TapPad
Sony has officially announced that the MSB1 Memory Stick Bluetooth Card will be available soon in Europe. The GC10 Game Controller and KB20 Mini Keyboard will also be available there soon. -Dan
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief Steve Bush has announced he will change hats to become the site's publisher on October 1. Bush says he is bringing in "someone who's recognized in the handheld community" to take over producing daily news, though he declined to say who the new person would be. -Ed
For the first time, The World Almanac has published much of its 1,000-page reference source for viewing on handhelds. The 2002 World Almanac includes World Data (The Year in Review; World Geography & Exploration; World History; and Nations of the World); US Data (Consumer Info – Health & Travel; US Cities & States; US History; and US Government & Defense); and Noted Personalities. The databases are now available for download in bundles or individually. Some of these are free, others cost as much as $20. Town Compass plans on making the directories available on SD Cards in the fourth quarter. -PR
TapPad, a Graffiti enhancement, is being offered this week at half price. Normally $20 for the software and 5 overlays, it is available for $10 through this Friday. -PR
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