HTC Windows Mobile 6 and 6.1 devices vulnerable to bluetooth attacks!

Posted by Taylor Scott on Jul 14, 2009 | 5 Comments

I was browsing my latest tweets on Twitter, when an interesting article caught my attention. Me being an HTC FUZE user my self, I found my self reading the article, and figured this was something that all HTC users needed to be aware of. I will give most of the article, but if you wish to read the actual article, for more info click here. If you have an HTC smartphone running Windows Mobile 6 or Windows Mobile 6.1, you... 

REVIEW: AT&T (Samsung i637) Jack

Posted by Bryan Eley on Jul 13, 2009 | 6 Comments

I’m going to preface my review of the AT&T Jack with the following caveat: you will see reflections in many of the pictures.  There, I said it…I feel better now.   The Jack, aka Samsung i637, could be seen as the younger sibling of the Blackjack II, but with smoother lines and similar footprint, though IMHO bearing closer resemblance to the Motorola Q9 series.  It sports tri-band UMTS/HSDPA and quad-band... 

How To Carry Extra Memory/SIM Cards When You Use a Holster

Posted by Bruce Atkinson on Jul 04, 2009 | 5 Comments

I recently switched from an HP 111 to a Tilt.  I prefer holsters and I purchased one for the Tilt.  One problem though, the holster doesn’t have card holder like a leather case does.  With the holster I no longer have a place to carry my On Course Navigator microSD card and an additional SIM card that I have. I searched around for a solution and I finally found the Proporta Aluminum Memory/SIM Holder. It is... 

Synching Multiple Calendars with Windows Mobile

Posted by Bruce Atkinson on Jun 30, 2009 | 7 Comments

I have been trying different methods of synchronizing my Calendars for many years, and I have finally settled on a method that works for me and is pretty much maintenance free.  That method utilizes Google Calendar as my hub and a combination of Google Calendar Sync and an excellent program called gSyncit ($9.99). Google Calendar supports multiple calendars and lets you publish/share them to other calendar tools like... 

Celebrate Independence Day with Handmark Fireworks!

Posted by chevybythesea on Jun 29, 2009 | 4 Comments

What better way to be festive for the American Independence Day, than with a newly updated application!  Links to the FREE download can be found at the bottom on the article. Handmark Fireworks is a simple FREE application, showing sequences of fireworks flying and exploding into the air. Perfect for Independence Day, as 4th of July is traditionally a time for fireworks and celebrations in the USA, or for any other celebration... 

WikiPock – Wikipedia in your pocket

Posted by Bruce Atkinson on Jun 26, 2009 | 6 Comments

WikiPock is a utility for Windows Mobile devices and Blackberrys, that lets you search Wikipedia without being connected to a network.  The costs for this convenience is quite reasonable. The Basic version is $9.99 and the Plus Version, which includes updates for a year and two additional databases, is $14.99.  The additional databases are Wikiquote, and Wiktionary.  The wikipedia database is currently 5 gig in size. ... 

A portable scanner in my pocket! (or faxing from a mobile device)

Posted by Julie on Jun 25, 2009 | 10 Comments

I’ve been exploring creative ways to use the camera on my Windows Mobile device to boost my productivity.  Qipit provides a way to copy and email or fax documents to anyone at any time from any web enabled mobile device.  Qipit works from any mobile device that has a web browser and is not limited to windows mobile handhelds, iphones or any other mobile device.  Qipit is almost like having a scanner... 

What is Doodle?

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 03, 2009 | 7 Comments

That is what I said when I first heard of it.  Of course I was thinking of what I used to do during those long boring lectures I had to attend in school but in fact  it is something much more useful and certainly productive.  Doodle is a means of helping you find dates and times for group events (like an appointment, a conference call, a family get-together) and it is incredibly easy to use!  And BTW,... 

A Mobile Version of Bing

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 03, 2009 | 6 Comments

BaDa (Mobile) Bing! Recently Microsoft introduced their  NEW search called Bing and my guess is that many, if not all of you, have tried it.  So far, I’ve been really pleased with the results and in fact it has been the ONLY Search Engine that I have been using since its introduction.  That is not because I think it is the best but rather because I really want to give it a good workout.  So to... 

Vito Technology Contest and Discounts

Posted by Steve Laser on May 27, 2009 | 1 Comment

Vito Technology is getting ready for the summer and announcing its Summer Actions – a lot of cool initiatives to enjoy the hottest season of the year! First of all the Vito Technology contest ‘Give a new face to Winterface’ opens today.  A lot of Winterface fans have expressed the desire to create new skins for Winterface and now the opportunity is there for them to grab. So get creative... 

VisualGPS releases BeeLineGPS v1.90

Posted by Bryan Eley on May 11, 2009 | 1 Comment

A few years ago, one of the first geocaching apps I used (successfully, I might add…) on my pocket PCs was BeeLineGPS by VisualGPS.  Now updated to version 1.90, this handy piece of software can be a geocacher’s all-in-one outdoor tool and is perfect for hikers, fishermen, hunters  and other outdoor enthusiasts, providing a convenient paperless solution to managing waypoints. Feature-rich, BeeLineGPS ... 

HTC Touch HD – Fix for Device Not Vibrating

Posted by Diego Samuilov on May 04, 2009 | 3 Comments

I’ve been using an HTC Touch HD for a while now and I am really happy with it. I purchased it in a not-so-successful transaction (see details here), but after a rough start, the device itself was just excellent. The high resolution screen is bright, clear and gorgeous looking; the device’s performance is just great, I’ve only had two issues so far with it and one of them I already knew from before I purchased it.... 

Vito Tuned In Package

Posted by Steve Laser on Apr 09, 2009 | 1 Comment

The Tuned in package offers a $7 savings when you purchase AudioNotes, SoundExplorer and RingtoneEditor.  $14 gets all three programs, but when purchased alone they are $21. Most pocket pc devices have a built-in voice recorder that is very basic.  Vito uupgrades this capability with AudioNotes and SoundExplorer. Vito AudioNotes AKPC_IDS += "24695,"; Read More →

Twitter by Voice … use TweetCall

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 06, 2009 | 3 Comments

I like Twitter and what I like even more are the very cool applications that have come out to make “twittering” even easier.  Applications like TweetDeck for your PC and Pocketwit for you devices make it a great experience.  But there is another one out there that is very cool just in case your fingers are getting tired typing that 140 character maximum.  It’s called TweetCall and it allows you to... 

Windows Utilities You Need – 2 Apps of the Day

Posted by Steve Laser on Mar 27, 2009 | 3 Comments

Last night I was trying to figure out what was taking up so much memory in my pocket pc and my laptop hard-drive.  I used Windows Explorer and searched through all the files and folders for the culprits.  But it was very tedious because folders don’t show their size in the Windows Explorer columns.  Check out the screen shot below: Find my solution after the break. AKPC_IDS += "24419,"; Read More →

FingerPoint for the Omnia

Posted by Jack Cook on Mar 26, 2009 | Leave a Comment

So if you don’t like it, make your own!  In fact that is what an Omnia user did when he got tired of the application launcher on the Samsung Omnia.  So he decided to write his own and I think it is very cool!  Called FingerPoint, it is a sleek application launcher that is very finger touch friendly (as you watch the video you will see just how friendly it is). So you like it huh?  Well if... 

Stunning Concept UI from Qualcomm

Posted by Jack Cook on Mar 26, 2009 | 2 Comments

I caught this video today from Pocket PC Freak and I just had to share it especially if you are a gamer.  The future looks bright, very  bright!  In this video, Bob Morris from ARM talks to Qualcomm about their concept devices using an ARM-based Snapdragon Processor. Check it out and let us know what you think.   AKPC_IDS += "24389,"; Read More →

SBSH Calendar Touch 2.1 Video

Posted by Jack Cook on Mar 16, 2009 | 2 Comments

Forge42 just posted a review on Calendar Touch that you should read.  Along with what Forge42 had to say, I thought you might like seeing a brief video that SBSH put out on this best selling PIM application. Featuring touch technologies like Touch Scrolling, Touch Tray Bar, and Full Screen Touch Menus, this may well become your preferred Calendar program.     Check it out here at SBSH Mobile Software AKPC_IDS... 

A Few Diamond 2 cabs for your HTC Touch Diamond

Posted by Jack Cook on Mar 08, 2009 | 1 Comment

Those of you that have a Touch Diamond and are wishing you waited to get all those cool new apps that are on the Diamond 2, today is your day because some of the HTC Touch Diamond 2 software has been ported to the VGA HTC Touch Diamond.  Cool! These cabs are hosted at The following software is available in cab form: CAB: HTC Calculator 1.0.1822.4128  Updated:  28FEB2009 CAB: HTC... 
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Who’s calling?

Posted by Jack Cook on Feb 18, 2009 | 5 Comments

Here is an interesting FREE service available if you are getting calls with blocked IDs.  TrapCall gives you caller ID information from blocked calls.  If you reject or miss a call, your phone forwards those calls to TrapCall’s toll free number then they “magically get the information” and send the call back to you but when you get it, the caller ID unblocked. If you reject the call a second... 


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