Monday Humor: The Pacific Northwest According to Jeff Foxworthy

This is so funny because most of it is true! You know the state flower (Mildew). You feel guilty throwing aluminum cans or paper in the trash. Use the statement ‘sun break’ and know what it means. You know more than 10 ways to order coffee. You know more people who own boats than air…

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More on Windows Mobile Momentum

I recently blogged about the momentum of Windows Mobile. Since that post I found two more dtapoints worth sharing: 14.3 million Windows Mobile phones sold in the last six months alone. This according to an Engadget report on Microsoft’s keynote at the MObile World Congress. A total of 84% of all surveyed organizations are deploying…

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Windows Mobile wins Best Mobile Enterprise Product at Mobile World Congress

http://www.globalmobileawards.com/winners.shtml#winner_cat2a Judges’ comments: “A leading platform for business owing to the ease of integration with Microsoft Exchange infrastructure. For the SMB market in particular, Windows Mobile 6 is an attractive proposition.“  

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BlackBerry service down – again

CNBC and Engadget Mobile have a story about the Blackberry service being down again. Now there is even a website dedicated to alerting users of problems http://www.dataoutages.com/ . Now, the problem is not that it goes down or for how long it goes down – no system has 100% uptime. The problem is best quoted from…

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Microsoft Project on Windows Mobile

Very cool application from Twiddlebit that allows people to interact with Microosft Project from their WIndows mobile device. To learn more visit http://www.twiddlebit.com/pocketplan.htm         

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Where is MEDC?

A few people were suprised to learn there will be no MEDC this year. The good news is that instead of having a separate event for Mobile developers, Microsoft decided to integrate the mobility piece into the much bigger TechEd Developer event in June. The advantage is that mobile developers get to attend the rest…

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At&T Dev Central webcasts on Windows Mobile, FSA apps

   Our developer team and AT&T are joining forces on a series of webcasts. One of them is around developing Field Service Applciations with WIndows Mobile. It will cover both commercail applciations and developing your own. The webcast si scheduled for February 21st at 10am Pacific. You can register thorugh this link. Additional archived webcasts are…

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