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  • Blog Post: get Podcasts on your Windows Mobile device

    I'm fascinated by blogging and the associated phenomenon of podcasting. I was going to say it has the potential to change the landscape of publishing but I think it's already done that - it's just that I think what we're experiencing now is the tip of the iceberg. We're starting to see a shift in blogs...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Global Contact Access

    Global Contact Access is just one of those applications that makes you think - "why did it take so long?" We've had this application internally here at Microsoft for some time and I've been waiting forever for it to be released knowing that for many it would be a killer app. It allows you to do a number...
  • Blog Post: More and more uses for Windows Mobile

    Hardly a week goes by now when I don't hear of or find another new industry or application for Windows Mobile. One of my favourites to date is Pocket Cow Manger which allows agronomists to gather their field based data (pun intended) on a Pocket PC and sync with the Interherd application. The latest...
  • Blog Post: Skido cartoon

    Jonathan over at Sentient sent me this great Skido cartoon recently - good fun and if you do any kind of sport, you should check this application out. Running on both Smartphone and Pocket PC, the SportsDo range of products utilises GPS to provide realtime information whether you're skiing, cycling,...
  • Blog Post: CORGIDirect - Gas installers go mobile!

    Infomill, another great UK partner for Windows Mobile, has teamed up with Corgi to offer CORGI Parts Arena . The product allows engineers to view complex documents such as enginnering manuals on a Windows Mobile Pocket PC (or Smartphone!) in amazing detail. CORGI partsarena allows CORGI registered gas...
  • Blog Post: Virgin Ski's with Windows Mobile

    Okay, I know you think this is gonna be off topic but it's not. Check out the Virgin Skiing Holidays to USA and Canada page and you'll see a link to the SnowDo product from Sentient. I've been thinking for a while that there are lots of other channels that could be potential routes to market for Windows...