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... 

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... 

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... 

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 ... 

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 →

How to be mobile

Posted by Jack Cook on Feb 24, 2009 | Leave a Comment

Check this out if you are a user of mini-notes, notebooks and other ultra mobile devices.  VIA just launched a new website today called “How To Be Mobile” which is primarily aimed at mainstream users of mini-notes, notebooks and other ultra mobile devices. VIA wants to take tips and user information for ultra mobile products and pass it on to the everyday “regular” user like fishermen, chefs,... 

Best Software Awards 2008 Winners Announced

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Oct 02, 2008 | 1 Comment

October 2, 2008 For Immediate Release AKPC_IDS += "19039,"; Read More →

Divergence & Death

Posted by Steve Laser on Aug 28, 2008 | 39 Comments

I love writing for MobilitySite, and I especially like reading what others’ have to say.  But day after day I read the same thing in every blog.  It goes like this, “The new XYZ phone from ABC has this and that feature.”  It’s grown old.  And boring.  I’m thinking of kicking my excitement level up by taking up Bocce Ball or Bowling.  All the devices are the same. ... 

Dell Axim in the Work Force

Posted by Chris Leckness on Aug 27, 2008 | 4 Comments

It’s always good to see Mobile technology at work, but it’s really special to see a device we covered so extensively at Aximsite out there. Just 10 minutes ago, I left a gas station that I stop at to grab a drink each morning. I walked up to the cashier and she had Fred, an employee of Cintas handing her a Dell Axim for a signature. Cintas is a uniform company that delivers uniforms for the companies employees. ... 

Opticon Rugged Windows Mobile Offerings

Posted by Chris Leckness on Aug 22, 2008 | Leave a Comment

the::unwired is reporting that the Opticon Mobility Group has received certification from AT&T for use on their network for two offerings, the H19 (left) and the H16 (right). These rugged devices are Windows Mobile Powered and look sexier than the average rugged device. “The Opticon Mobility Group announced today that their H16 Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional smartphone was just certified by AT&T and they... 

10 More Free Pocket PC Apps You Want

Posted by Steve Laser on Aug 11, 2008 | 3 Comments

My last Freeware post (also here) elicited many responses.  Who doesn’t love free?  Many of the free titles are excellent.  Nothing beats the passion of writing great software that many of these authors exhibit.  I present them in no particular order.  Without further ado… 1. Calc 98   Downloaded over 1 million times, Calc98 runs on pocket pcs and desktops.  It won Pocket... 

What sports do you do?

Posted by Offbeatmammal on Jul 08, 2008 | 1 Comment

As a geek I’m guilty of perhaps not getting as much exercise as I need. Part of the problem is finding the time but that comes down to motivation. With the wonders of this socially networked age it’s easier to use technology to help with that motivation. The geek in me likes stats. If I know I’m doing good, and overall improving against myself or friends then I have the incentive to keep going and doing better.... 

Mobilizing Your Company? Be Prepared!

Posted by Diego Samuilov on Jun 28, 2008 | Leave a Comment

When attempting to transition your place of work from not using mobile devices to using them you may be faced with some serious challenges. No matter how prepared you can be or how well laid out your project really is, you could find some opposing forces along the way. Change, specifically aimed at progress, is always something that might be feared by some people. Just be prepared to hold hands and guide through the process... 

How to Trigger the Use of Mobile Devices at Work

Posted by Diego Samuilov on Jun 24, 2008 | Leave a Comment

We all agree that Mobile Devices are a great tool, there is no question about that. Regardless of your platform of preference, they all facilitate a multitude of tasks that used to require of us doing work at the office/home office. From email to remote access to administer a server, mobile tools are a great solution. However; not every company has a mobility strategy, some will just purchase cell phones to some of... 

New version of Tweaks2K2 Released

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Jun 18, 2008 | Leave a Comment

Version 3.31.0 of Tweaks2K2, the ultimate registry hacking tool for Windows Mobile Devices has been released. 3 new hacks have been added to this release. Mobility Site Forum members can buy the program at 33% off. AKPC_IDS += "16837,"; Read More →

Is the HP iPAQ 900 Series finally On the way? YES!

Posted by Chris Leckness on Jun 10, 2008 | 1 Comment

The press release says yes, but I won’t believe it until I see it. This device was announced back in September of 2007. Recently, there has been a little buzz that this might finally surface at AT&T after it hit the FCC for approval last month. Anyhow, it’s getting closer and nothing can take as long to roll out as the iPaq 6900 series did. HP today announced the first shipment date of the HP iPAQ 900... 

Why Developers need to know about SQL Server Compact Edition (SQL CE)?

Posted by Diego Samuilov on Jun 06, 2008 | 3 Comments

So you are a developer who works on applications that run on the desktop; or you are a project manager who has only heard of SQL Server Compact Edition… In any case, if you have hardly heard of SQL Server CE, or you are assuming that SQL Server CE runs only on portable devices, then you should read on to learn about some new powerful options available for your environment of choice. Well, SQL Server CE in not only... 


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