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February, 2009

  • How to Backup, Auto Reply, and Send to Predefined Groups, with SMS Text Messages

    While the ability to send and receive SMS and MMS has existed for quite a while in Windows Mobile still can’t Send SMS messages to Predefined Groups, backup SMS messages to the desktop and auto reply to missed calls.  Well it looks like the guys...
  • Sneak Preview of a Windows Phone running Windows Mobile 6.5

    At Mobile World congress Microsoft announced that the never version of Widows Mobile would be Windows Mobile 6.5.  here is a sneak peak at what we can expect. You can see the Video comments on new solutions coming to the platform.  A brand new...
  • Windows Mobile 6.1.x Upgrades and Build Levels

    I’ve been getting questions on what the latest version of a ROM versions for Devices.  Well I’ll be honest, its not an easy thing to keep tack of.  That said Marco Nielsen has been doing a great job of keeping track of the latest and greatest...
  • How To Browse with Firefox on Windows Mobile - Fennec

    Mozilla's mobile Firefox browser, which is codenamed Fennec, is now available for Windows Mobile. Mozilla has released a pre-alpha test build of the Windows Mobile port for users who want to get an early look at the program. This release is designed to...
  • How to Twitter with Windows Mobile

    I got the question the other day on using Twitter with Windows Mobile, luckily there is a great application already out there for Twitter on Windows Mobile - PockeTwit “What I like is that it works on both your Pocket PC device and smartphone.  Mike...
  • Syncing Windows Mobile with a Mac – The Missing Sync

    When you buy a Windows Mobile phone you end up with a few CDs.  Many of you may just throw them away and hit the net for what you really need, but if you look in the box you’ll find that there is often a copy of Outlook, a disc with Activesync 4...
  • Syncing Windows Mobile with iTunes

        As it turns out, a lot of people are using iTunes to manage their music, and they want to start taking advantage of Windows Mobile’s Media player.  Well it looks like there are a few solutions out there from free to pricy, and I’ve...