With all the hype around iPhone it’s nice to see Fox in the USA cover a story about the alternatives to the iPhone which use Windows Mobile. Scott Rockfeld my colleague from the US does a great job highlighting some of the latest great devices using Windows Mobile software.
If you haven’t had a chance to try Kinoma Play yet I’d really encourage you to do so! It’s a Media player/browser that gives you access not only to all the content on your phone but also to online services such as YouTube, Live365, Flickr, Orb and many others! WMExperts have written an excellent review…
Our EMEA team is holding another of our Windows Mobile Briefings – but this time in Barcelona on the 18th September. So if you are a customer or partner and want to learn more about Windows Mobile, System Center Mobile Device Manager and Dynamics then come along! It’s free to attend – you can get…
Adobe have just announced they will have a beta from September for Windows Mobile. The Photoshop Mobile beta will allow you to upload, view and share your photos online. You can store up to 5GB for Free and up to 20GB with a fee. You can get more details HERE
I blogged about this previously but the upgrade got pulled – it’s now back again! You can download it HERE
If you’ve got an XV6800 then Windows Mobile 6.1 is just a ROM flash away for you! You can download the ROM from HERE
Wired Magazine have just discovered and shared a rather large security hole in the Apple iPhone. This essentially allows you to bypass the PIN security and gain access to the features of the device including the un-encrypted information stored on the device. To do this 1. Tap emergency call. 2. Double tap the home button….
HTC today announced the S740 Windows Mobile device – this device is the next generation of CandyBar Smartphone from HTC. It combines a 12 key keyboard with a full QWERTY keyboard that slides out. The device doesn’t have touch screen but it has a comprehensive specification: Processor Qualcomm® MSM7225™, 528MHz Platform Windows Mobile® 6.1 Standard…
I often get asked – what are the 130+ policies and settings that are available through System Center Mobile Device Manager? Well our MDM team has created two great articles that list all the policies available: Security Policies – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc135661.aspx Messaging Policies – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc135680.aspx
This is a cool application spotted by 4WinMobile that allows you to keep up to date with the Formula 1 results and standings! You can download it for FREE from HERE