earlier introduction of its
Widgets for a range
of HTC-based Windows Mobile smartphones, T-Mobile Germany recently announced to
launch further widgets and support even more smartphones, including the T-Mobile
MDA compact IV XL and Samsung SGH-i900 Omnia Windows Mobile Professional
From CeBIT 2009, T-Mobile web'n'walk Widgets will be available for even more
popular services like eBay, YouTube, Facebook as well as several Yahoo! services
like Yahoo! oneSearch, Yahoo! weather and more. T-Mobile's "Widget-Internet"
service was developed in partnership with
(well known for its Opera Mobile browser for Windows Mobile smartphones).
T-Mobile customers will be able to select a wide range of web'n'walk Widgets
from T-Mobile's Widget gallery. All widgets will be available free of charge,
however due to the nature of widgets, a data connection is required.
Cheers ~ Arne