Sync Windows Mobile with your DVR

Was just crusiing thru some sites and came across this.  Many of you already know how to do this, but it not, give it a whirl…it’s pretty cool 🙂 http://pocketnow.com/index.php?a=portal_detail&t=reviews&id=1113 “Have you ever wanted to watch one of your favorite TV shows while you were on the train or away from your home DVR system…

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Using NETCF Loader Logs to solve start issues

I hope you folks all had a great Christmas.  While digging out of email today, I was going through my list of blog ideas to find a tip I could quickly share…and ran across…     NETCF Loader logs.  Ah!, good one!  If you write and distribute a managed application, I highly recommend you enable…

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Samsung Blackjack II is "Tops"

I usually leave the marketing blips for Steve, but I couldn’t resist throwing this one up to the iZombies (all in good spirits of course).  http://www.engadget.com/2008/12/18/samsung-blackjack-ii-tops-consumer-reports-list-of-best-smartph/ “…the aging Samsung BlackJack II– a phone that you probably wouldn’t expect to top Consumer Reports’ January 2009 ratings of popular smartphones.” And yes, I LOVE my Blackjack II…

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What’s up with ASP.NET Mobile Controls, IE Mobile, and Silverlight?

The Web Browsing experience has really heated up for mobile devices over the last year or two.  I credit unlimited data plans, the proliferation of 3G networks, and mobile browsers becoming more and more capable at rendering “standard” web content.  I remember when we started down the path of enabling mobile Web Development with a…

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Location, Location, Location… and FakeGPS

It’s no secret that I believe location based services via mobile devices will absolutely change life as we know it.   This is one of those areas where the business models needed to make LBS mainstream with every consumer out there are moving a lot slower than the technology itself.  As a developer, you don’t have…

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Windows Mobile is a Viable Mobile Platform

Here’s a fun read from Michael Gartenberg ————————– Media Bistro, Michael Gartenberg, December 5, 2008 http://www.mediabistro.com/mobiledevicestoday/on/windows_mobile_is_a_viable_mobile_platform_101732.asp "Last week, I jokingly suggested that Microsoft’s Zune was the Rodney Dangerfield of tech. I was wrong, I think it’s Windows Mobile that like Rodney, is lately, getting no respect…making the right choice of platform and device is a…

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And now for something completely different…

How many of you folks have seen this up on MSMobiles.com?  It’s interesting, as this one of the nice areas where we are making some strides. I would argue that we have a ways to go in mobile browsers, but at least Windows Mobile has taken a small step in the right direction. Now, if…

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