Monday, April 30, 2007
Sunday, April 29, 2007
Friday, April 27, 2007
I got this news via Jason Langridge blog:
Posted on the go using my HTC S620.
Posted on the go using my HTC S620.
Thursday, April 26, 2007
Download here: http://www.fring.com/download/
Download Lite version:
Download Full version via Handango
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Here are some of the features of SPB Phone Suite:
Profile switching is so much a cornerstone feature of any phone that it is very strange that this feature is still lacking from the Professional version of Windows Mobile. Spb Phone Suite profiles not only control phone setting but also WiFi, Bluetooth and backlight level seetings. Spb Phone Suite uses automatic profiles to automatically switch your profiles based upon the situation, like when your headset is plugged in, or your car kit is connected, or you are in a meeting that you previously marked in your calendar as "busy", or you can manually configure a preset time.
Missed Call Notifications
Spb Phone Suite gives you the option to have sound notifications upon missed calls or unread SMS messages. This feature helps you not miss your important calls.
Reject and Send SMS
Unexpected calls can be really annoying during meetings. With Spb Phone Suite you can immediately send an SMS with predefined text with just two taps after you reject a call.
Photo Speed Dial
With Spb Phone Suite you can place your most frequently used contacts right on the Today screen. Spb Phone Suite comes with more than 50 avatars a user can use for photoless contacts.
Call filtering is based on the idea of white and black lists. The call filtering feature has been specially designed for ease of use. This way a user can add unwanted people to the black list with just a few taps.
There many other features like photos in the call log, the wireless manager, and the Today plug-in, etc., that altogether improve the phone experience and make Windows Mobile almost a perfect platform for modern phone devices.
Pricing and Availability
Spb Phone Suite is currently available in English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Traditional Chinese, Czech, Polish, Dutch, Japanese and Thai languages. Spb Phone Suite is compatible with Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition and Windows Mobile 6 Professional devices. A free 15-day trial can be downloaded, or Spb Phone Suite can be purchased for 19.95 USD, from SPB's website.
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Conclusion: "When I'm on the PalmOS, I'd really like to multitask, and when I'm on WinMo, I'd really like the direct control off the application buttons."
Next topic will be about "music players...or Sales Force Automation...or my Tivo..."
I wish I had these devices in hand to answer this question.
Friday, April 20, 2007
HTC is also offering WM6 upgrades for the most popular devices in its current range. This includes recently launched “messaging” products, which will enjoy the greatest benefits of Windows Mobile 6, such as the HTC Advantage, the HTC TyTN, the HTC S620, and the HTC P4350. The upgrade will also be available for the award-winning HTC P3300, plus some of our operator-branded devices. The upgrades will be rolled out from June, in line with our operator partners’ strategies. Read more via Msmobiles
Thursday, April 19, 2007
Voice: use your mobile to chat with friends by speaking or texting
Messaging: leave messages even when contacts are not connected
Availability: Instantly see status of contacts
Interoperability: Connect to users of popular PC IM systems
Open: Works independent of your mobile service provider
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Monday, April 16, 2007
Château du Clos Lucé, 1522.
Valdo, an ambitious young apprentice working for Leonardo Da Vinci's disciple Francesco Melzi, is extremely disappointed when the scholar suddenly dismisses him. However, shortly afterwards, he receives a letter from a mysterious patron, asking him to locate one of the great master's missing codices.To access Leonardo Da Vinci's last residence, the Manoir du Cloux near Ambroise, Valdo tells its new occupant, a courtesan by the name of Babou de la Bourdaisière, that he is Francesco Melzi's apprentice and that he wishes to examine the inventions that still remain on the estate. Read more.
Friday, April 13, 2007
A: Upon installation of TCPMP it does become the default MP3 player. Some users have reported that their MP3 ring tone stopped working because of that and they fixed the issue by uninstalling TCPMP. There is a workaround to make the two media players co-exist happily alongside each other while keeping Windows media as the default MP3 player. This is how to:
Start TCPMP, tap options > Settings. Tap Select Page at the bottom of the screen and select File Associations from the menu. Uncheck MPEG Audio Files box. This will make Windows Media the default for MP3s. This solution works for both Pocket PC and Smartphone.
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Automatically sync or backup any files, folders and storage cards of your mobile device to your computer
A: This issue arises when a file is saved to more than one folder deep. If you want your file to appear in the aggregated list, it is recommended that you create a folder in the root of the storage card and save your files there. This is by design and is not a bug.
Ultimate classical game with excellent graphics, nice music and easy-to-perform control. Help RD to blow up his enemies and go through five unique worlds and remain undamaged. Game features:
5 worlds, 10 levels in each of them;
2 game modes - classical and advanced ones with a store where you can buy weapons and bonuses;
16 various creatures (some of them kill being rather far from you);
20 bonuses and 4 types of weapons
the mazes are generated in random manner and that's why each of the levels is always unique;
modern graphics, unique music tracks for each of the worlds and SFX!
Monday, April 09, 2007
Friday, April 06, 2007
FlipStart labs is funded by Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen. I think Mr. Allen has never heard of or seen a UMPC. More...
A: The schedule tab is enabled only if when connected to an Exchange server. Obviously you're not but you can create a dummy one. Just open Activesync on your PC, click Tools and select Configure server Source. Type any name then click finish. The schedule tab should be enabled in Activesync. Just select manual from the both drop lists. Remember to delete the dummy exchange server afterwards.