Review: Desk Genie from MobileFun UK

Posted by Zealot on Sep 16, 2010 | 4 Comments

Have you even found a gadget or product that made you wonder how you had ever gotten by without it? Have you ever discovered something, totally unlooked for, that would have a profound effect on how you live and work from that moment on? I have had several…double-sided mounting tape for one, flavored mayonnaise as well, and canned iced coffee. However... 

Two NEW Windows Phone Games from Astraware

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 14, 2010 | 6 Comments

I have always been a fan of Astraware games and when I saw two NEW games were released today I went to check them out right away.   Each is available for download for Windows Mobile Professional (Touch Screen) devices and each costs just $4.99   Police Range for Windows Mobile Professional Put your skill and accuracy to the test on... 

Windows Mobile Smartphones

Posted by Chris Leckness on Dec 29, 2009 | Leave a Comment

The hottest Windows Mobile Smartphones online. Videos, Reviews, and Info all in one place. HTC HD2 HTC Touch Pro 2 HTC Touch Diamond 2 Samsung Omnia 2 AKPC_IDS += "35242,";  Read More →

Smartphones

Posted by Chris Leckness on Dec 29, 2009 | Leave a Comment

The hottest Smartphones online. Videos, Reviews, and Info all in one place. Windows Mobile HTC HD2 HTC Touch Pro 2 HTC Touch Diamond 2 Samsung Omnia 2 iPhone iPhone 3G iPhone 3GS Android Motorola Cliq Motorola Droid HTC Droid Eris HTC Hero Nokia (Maemo/Symbian) N97 N900 Blackberry Storm 2 AKPC_IDS += "35241,";  Read More →

PC World Top 10 Phones… WinMo Almost Shut Out.

Posted by Chris Leckness on Dec 28, 2009 | 17 Comments

Wow. Talk about a change in the times. The Droid beat out the iPhone 3GS (I am sure this is based mainly on marketing hype since it’s not better than 2-3 of the phones on the list). Windows Mobile nabbed one spot, number 9. It’s not a device you’d expect either. It’s the Samsung Omnia II (Marilyn’s Review), yes the one that was recently... 

Samsung Omnia II: A Review

Posted by Marilyn Torres on Dec 27, 2009 | 31 Comments

After a week with the Samsung Omnia II, what follows is a detailed rundown of every function, issues, and realizations I ran into on a daily basis. While there are finger-friendly improvements in Windows Mobile, and exciting additions to everyday applications like Swype, there were times I felt there was a disconnect between Samsung and Microsoft regarding... 

A Tribute To The D-Pads

Posted by Gil Bouhnick on Dec 19, 2009 | 9 Comments

D-Pads… the Final Frontier…These are the stories of the directional pads, seeking out new life and new civilizations, once heroes in our hands, today – an extinct species. D-Pads: a flat, usually thumb-operated directional control found on nearly all modern video game console game-pads and phones, with one button on each point.... 

Barnes and Noble Nook – Unboxed

Posted by Chris Leckness on Dec 09, 2009 | 10 Comments

I received the Barnes and Noble Nook. I will provide some video an opinions later, but for now, here are some photos I shot with the Samsung Omnia II. All I can say initially is… It’s smaller than I imagined. AKPC_IDS += "34753,";  Read More →

Samsung Omnia II Video 1st Look

Posted by Chris Leckness on Dec 08, 2009 | 5 Comments

This is the hot new Windows Mobile phone from Verizon, the Samsung Omnia II. The Droid isn’t all Verizon has to offer. They have the Storm II and now the Omnia II as well. The Omnia II can be purchased from Verizon for $199 w/ contract. The Omnia II has the Swype text entry that Marilyn told us about last week too. It’s packed with power: Windows... 

Verizon Samsung Omnia II Incoming

Posted by Chris Leckness on Dec 01, 2009 | 9 Comments

A little over a week ago, Verizon and Samsung made the “rumored” Samsung Omnia II official. Yesterday, I got word that I have one arriving today for our review. I reviewed the original Omnia last year and wasn’t overly impressed, but a lot has changed and this one looking pretty hot. I will have a video and some photos online for your viewing... 

Swype Replaces Type On Verzion Samsung Omnia II

Posted by Marilyn Torres on Nov 25, 2009 | 3 Comments

A little over a year ago Chris posted a piece about the Swype software, and yet here is Swype again attempting to change consumers’ perspectives on typing using software keyboards. Since my introduction to software keyboards came in the form of the near-microscopic keys in Windows Mobile 6.0, I was slow to adopt the prediction-correction-ridden virtual-boards.... 

Samsung and Verizon Announce the Samsung Omnia II

Posted by Chris Leckness on Nov 23, 2009 | 2 Comments

Here’s a good surprise for your Monday morning, Verizon gets the Samsung Omnia II. The Samsung Omnia II is a Windows Mobile 6.5 touch screen phone and Verizon will have it on Dec. 2 for $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate on a 2 year. The Omnia II features a full virtual QWERTY keyboard with Swype technology that allows customers to input text faster... 

iPhone vs. Android vs. WinMo vs. WebOS vs. BlackBerry – Fight!

Posted by Gil Bouhnick on Nov 15, 2009 | 48 Comments

Few months ago I wrote a provocative post comparing between different smartphones OS. After getting hammered (pretty nicely I would say) by a lot of Google fans out there (but not only), furious about their little baby not winning the kindergarten contest, and after almost a year has passed, in which many have changed, I’ve decided to try again…... 

Twitter Leaks and Implications? Verizon getting Omnia 2 and Pre.

Posted by Chris Leckness on Oct 17, 2009 | 2 Comments

Twitter seems to be the source of a lot more leaks lately and there are a couple tweets that came in Friday that tell some stories, whether the companies wanted them to or not. The 1st one is kind of cut and dry. Strait to the point… The next one needs a little back story, but the tweet implies that Brighthand’s story is accurate. Why would a... 

Deja Vu All Over Again: Motorola Making Microsoft’s Mistake

Posted by Zealot on Oct 07, 2009 | 7 Comments

I find it very ironic that Motorola, in completely scorning Windows Mobile and embracing Android with their dying breath as a handset maker, is doing the same thing to Android that Microsoft allowed to happen to WinMo. Namely they are ruining any chance for developers to make a single app for the OS, forcing them to make apps on a device by device... 

AT&T’s HTC Pure Photo Gallery

Posted by Chris Leckness on Oct 04, 2009 | 8 Comments

As I mentioned in a post a few minutes ago, AT&T dropped the HTC Pure a few minutes (or days) too early. Have no fear, I was preparing for tonight already and have some of my photos ready to roll. As I mentioned, I also have a couple videos to put online too. I will only put the unboxing/hardware tour up a little later and the software tour on... 

SPB Mobile Shell 3.5 Quick Take – AWESOME!

Posted by Chris Leckness on Sep 30, 2009 | 7 Comments

Bye bye TouchFlo 3D, I will come back to you later. This is not a review 1st of all, this is just my quick thoughts after using it for a couple days. We have a full review coming in the next couple days. If you are interested in buying Mobile Shell 3.5, it will set you back $29.95 and you can grab it in our software store (Free Trial included there... 

Samsung Omnia Language packs. Do they really exist ?

Posted by Jack Cook on Sep 23, 2009 | 3 Comments

In an article on MobilityMinded, Mark Briggeman talked about an interesting discussion took place a few days ago in the Windows Mobile Forums where a user of the first Samsung Omnia (SGH-i900) asked if it was possible to change the language of his phone. When ever a user asks if they can change the language, I always reply that you cannot but little... 

Omnia II + Verizon = No Cube

Posted by Sam Hobson on Sep 22, 2009 | 1 Comment

Oh no they didn’t! Yes they did, Verizon Wireless had modified their version of the Samsung Omnia II, removing the cube and replacing it with that triangle shaped thing.  Not to big, but I thought the cube looked cooler.  It’s not like it’s a d-pad anyway.  Its only the button to bring up the task manager. For some, a deal-breaker. ... 

Sumsung OmniaPro Preview

Posted by Chris Leckness on Sep 18, 2009 | 1 Comment

Phone Arena takes a close look at the Samsung OmniaPro… Samsung OmniaPRO B7330 is the manufacturer´s newest Windows Mobile family member. Unlike the Omnia II I8000 and OmniaPRO B7320, it will roll out with the latest OS version, so you won´t need to update it. The device is aimed at business and ordinary users, who need a capable cell phone that... 

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