Friday, March 19, 2010

PhoneWeaver 2.1 is here.

Every so often I'm asked how to get a phone to automatically switch to Silent mode while in a meeting and the answer is not too obvious. Natively, this feature does not work well on Windows Phone and that was until PhoneWeaver came around.
PhoneWeaver lets you create profiles based on your meetings, power status and locations for GPS-enabled phones. Version 2.1 is an update.

SBSH PhoneWeaver 2.1 Highlights

Finger Friendly Settings - PhoneWeaver Settings completely re-designed. Sporting a new finger-friendly design, making it simple than ever for use with devices without a stylus!

Windows Mobile 6.5.3 Support - All profile triggers and features are now compatible with the latest Windows Mobile 6.5.3 release

Adjustable Task Bar Display - Customize PhoneWeaver's task bar shortcut display to have it perfectly match your preferred theme color and design!

Bug Fixes and Optimization - Myriad of bug fixes and code optimization introduced. Making this the best PhoneWeaver release up to date!

More @

HTC disagrees with Apple's action

HTC issued a press release outlining its disagreement with Apple's lawsuit over alleged patents infringement reminding us along the way that they have been in the business since 1997. HTC built and released the first Windows PDA back in 1998 and the first Android Smartphone ten years later. It comes as no surprise that HTC has amassed an impressive amount of awards. Not sure that will help fight back Apple though.
"HTC disagrees with Apple's actions and will fully defend itself. HTC strongly advocates intellectual property protection and will continue to respect other innovators and their technologies as we have always done, but we will continue to embrace competition through our own innovation as a healthy way for consumers to get the best mobile experience possible," said Peter Chou, chief executive officer, HTC Corporation. "From day one, HTC has focused on creating cutting-edge innovations that deliver unique value for people looking for a smartphone. In 1999 we started designing the XDA[i] and T-Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition[ii], our first touch-screen smartphones, and they both shipped in 2002 with more than 50 additional HTC smartphone models shipping since then."
Read the complete press release @

Saturday, March 13, 2010

My daughter's vision of mobility's evolution.

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Friday, March 12, 2010