Exchange is getting better on the Google Android platform, but there is still room for 3rd party applications. RoadSync was updated with some new features and is on sale for half off for a short period to celebrate this latest update.
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I am a big fan of highly portable devices and I just saw a new device announced by Sony that may just have me putting my MSI Wind up on ebay soon. Sony announced their new Vaio P Series ultra-compact notebook that has some good specs and an interesting design. The tagline is that the P Series is the lightest 8 inch notebook in the world. Rather than go for a large display in a small form factor, Sony looks to have targeted maximization of the keyboard with sacrificing the screen size and going for a small form factor.
Mail for Exchange, the free Microsoft Exchange server syncing software from Nokia, became officially available for the Nokia Nseries last month as version 1.6. I was reading the Eseries blog and found that Mail for Exchange 2.0 is available now for S60 devices. The major new feature with version 2.0 is task synchronization. You can now sync your tasks between your device and Exchange server. It is important to note that you should have a due date on your task or a date will be added for you, the date you synchronized the device.
If you have an Exchange Server with ActiveSync or subscribe to a hosted Exchange service and also use a Nokia S60 device then you will want to check out DataViz's RoadSync 3.0 product. RoadSync provides push email functionality and more.