Sick of being stuck on the MTR with nothing to do? Now you can turn your mobiles (with 3G, GPRS, or WiFi connections) into mini-computers, thanks to these applications. Instant Messenger Fring (www. fring.com) serves as a messenger that combines all your IM (MSN, Skype, ICQ, Google Talk and Twitter) contacts into one. Compatible with: Smartphones running on Symbian OS and Windows Mobile Web Browser Check out Opera Mini ( www.operamini.com ) for a browser that gives you a full-screen page on your phone. It also has an RSS reader and the ability to view things in landscape mode. Compatible with: Mobile phones, smartphones running on Symbian OS, Windows Mobile, Palm, BlackBerry. Mobile Desktop With SoonR ( www.soonr.com ), you can access your photos, documents, and even Outlook/Mac emails on your PC from your mobile phone. Just leave your computer connected to the internet. You can now access your files by using SoonR on your mobile. Compatible with: Any mobile device. Media Streamer Similar to SoonR, but with a focus on multimedia content, Orb ( www.orb.com ) allows you to play videos and TV from your computer. It can be used through both WiFi and GPRS connections. Compatible with: Smartphones with media player, Windows Mobile, Palm RSS Reader LiteFeeds ( www.litefeeds.com ) sends all the latest updates from your favorite blogs and news sites straight to your phone. You can also share your favorites item through emails or on your blog. Compatible with: Smartphones running on Symbian OS and Java, Windows. Live WebCasting PocketCaster from ComVu ( www.comvu.com ) lets you broadcast anything from your camera phone to a website or blog. You can also upload your video directly to YouTube for maximum exposure. Compatible with: Smartphones running on Symbian OS, Windows Mobile, Palm, BlackBerry. Media Uploader With ShoZu ( www.shozu.com ), you can upload your photos and videos onto your favorite online social sites like Flickr or Facebook. This tool also supports other online media services like blogs, web albums, YouTube, and even the CNN and BBC news sites. Compatible with: Smartphones running on Symbian OS and Java, Windows Mobile, Palm.