A month later: Nexus One

Posted by Gil Bouhnick on Mar 31, 2010 | 20 Comments

For an old guy like me, switching to a new mobile OS is not an easy task. You need to get used to new things, learn the right tweaks and find the best apps that will upgrade and polish your smartphone. In the last 2 years I switched from Windows Mobile to iPhone, all the way to BlackBerry and back to the iPhone. Now I found myself trying to get used to a Nexus One; Google’s first phone running Google’s first... 

Do almost everything with your smartphone (Part 1 of 5)

Posted by Diego Samuilov on Mar 21, 2010 | 4 Comments

Could you do almost everything with your smartphone? I am trying to do almost all my work with my phone. I really am. I haven’t succeeded yet, but I am slowly getting there. A short time ago I decided that my desknote was not worth taking everywhere… therefore I either needed a Netbook or a larger keyboard for my Windows Phone. I decided for the latter and in the process I ended up finding what I consider... 

Nokia E72: the tradition continues ….

Posted by Jack Cook on Jan 23, 2010 | 12 Comments

I have to admit from the beginning that I am an avid Windows Mobile fan and over the years have always found it difficult to look at and use other devices. I am sure that the biggest reason for that has been because I have been so used to the Windows platform and when looking at a non-windows device, I compare every aspect of it to Windows Mobile.  Over time I have mellowed somewhat and have acquired an absolute... 

GoNews now with Windows Mobile Non-Touch support!

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

I only use one NewsReader on my devices! It is called GoNews from SBSH Mobile Software. Now they have made it even better with an updated version 1.3 that adds support for Windows Mobile Smartphones (non touch screen devices) for the first time! This release supports both Windows Mobile Touch and Non-Touch screen devices!  GoNews 1.3 Release Highlights Non Touch Support – The new GoNews version is the first... 

Xperia X10 With AT&T Bands

Posted by Marilyn Torres on Dec 21, 2009 | 2 Comments

It’s not not to get a little excited about an Android handset like the  Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 with the 1 Ghz Snapdragon processor. Last week, the handset passed through the FCC with only the T-Mobile 3G bands 1700/2100/900. Today, another version of the Xperia X10 handset has passed FCC inspections fully equipped with the 850/1900MHz  bands necessary for the phone to access AT&T’s 3G network. Of course,... 

Download Windows Marketplace for your 6.0 and 6.1 Device

Posted by Jack Cook on Nov 16, 2009 | 5 Comments

If your phone is running Windows Mobile 6.0 or Windows Mobile 6.1 you can get Marketplace for your device by following the instructions here. Of course, if you have a Windows phone running Windows Mobile 6.5, Marketplace is already installed on your phone and is located in your Start menu. AKPC_IDS += "30095,"; Read More →

HTC Hero: A Review

Posted by Marilyn Torres on Oct 09, 2009 | 19 Comments

After a thorough software walkthrough by Chris Leckness, it’s time to see how the HTC Hero fairs on the daily basis. Expect a solid run-through of this handset as I happily set aside my AT&T Tilt for a week, sorry WinMo, in favor of seeing how the Android half  lives. I tried the Android Google Voice app on for size, read feeds, streamed media for hours, and put one of  HTC’s solid Android offerings through... 

Major Update to Best Selling Windows Mobile Game of the Year

Posted by chevybythesea on Sep 15, 2009 | 3 Comments

Today, SPB Software, a leading mobile software developer, announced that the Windows Mobile Professional (touchscreen) version of its famous developmental game SPB Brain Evolution has received a major update and now reached version 2.0. SPB Brain Evolution has been available since January 2007 and has achieved the world’s best selling game status (year 2008). The game allows hundreds of thousands of users worldwide... 

Removing Application Lock on Windows Mobile Standard Devices

Posted by Jack Cook on Sep 04, 2009 | 4 Comments

The other day I posted a piece on Application Lock … What is it? and today we have a followup.  We need to look at how to remove it from our devices so that we can install any application and make more customizations to our devices.  In fact, for most of us it is a process that might be confusing but Mike Temporale from Mobile Jaw has come to the rescue.  Mike has gone ahead and built an agent that will... 

Application Lock … What is it?

Posted by Jack Cook on Sep 01, 2009 | 1 Comment

Mike Temporale from  Mobile Jaw had a very short but extremely important piece up today on Understanding Application Lock on Windows Mobile Standard Devices.  If you own a Windows Mobile Standard device then you might want to check it out. There’s more differences between Windows Mobile Standard and Professional than the touch capability of the screen. Application security is one of the major differences.... 

In 5 weeks …..

Posted by Jack Cook on Sep 01, 2009 | 7 Comments

… we will finally get to see and enjoy the latest Windows Mobile devices and I expect we will be quite happy with the options available to us.  The following was from the Windows Mobile Blog In just five weeks, you’ll have a bunch of new Windows phones to choose from. But before we show you some of the cool, new phones that will be coming out, I want to explain how we’re trying to make phones even better with... 

The Nokia E75 – Thoughts and Impressions

Posted by Jack Cook on Aug 10, 2009 | 8 Comments

There are an immense number of phone choices out there to fit the needs and desires of virtually everyone. For me, my choice has always been a Windows Mobile device because I have always found the OS to be the best for my needs. I have been pretty adamant about that choice and rarely have a desire to wander away that is until I had the opportunity to check out several Nokia devices over the past several years. I have... 

A 1st Look at the Nokia E75

Posted by Jack Cook on Aug 09, 2009 | 6 Comments

Nokia has a slew of devices that can meet the needs of virtually everyone.  The E75 is a device designed for the Business user with a variety of very cool features. The following two videos were taken while on the road on a visit to Amish Country in Pennsylvania.  The review box arrived as I was pulling out the driveway so I had to wait until I got to Pennsylvania to check it out for the first time. Part 1... 

Why carry a smartphone & an MP3 player?

Posted by Julie on Jul 08, 2009 | 22 Comments

Yesterday this post by adamzea on Twitter got me thinking because most of the time I’m one of those silly people that carry a Smartphone and an MP3 player (specifically, a  Zune).  I used to wonder the same thing as Adam, but that changed last Fall when I was gifted with a Zune.  So the question then is, “Why carry both?” My answer to Adam’s question is “I know my Smartphone can play music... 

Are you "rough" on your devices?

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 08, 2009 | 7 Comments

If you are then you might want to check out these three videos of the Nokia 3720.  There is no “pampering” needed for this device.  The folks at NokiaConversations got a hold of a prototype of a tough new Nokia phone and put it through some unusual testing … I was impressed. Click the READ MORE below and check out the videos! AKPC_IDS += "26265,"; Read More →

FREE from Ilium

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 07, 2009 | 5 Comments

Free is always good but when it’s free and quality “stuff”, then it is even better.  Ilium has been sharing some free software for Windows Mobile devices (and Palm OS, your Windows PC, UMPC and Tablet PC) for quite some time. It’s completely free and all of them are worth having in your arsenal of programs. Checkout the list of what they are sharing with you after the break AKPC_IDS += "26238,"; Read More →

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... 

SkyFire Mobile Browser: After the Install

Posted by Marilyn Torres on Jun 27, 2009 | 9 Comments

One of the first things i do with a mobile browser after download and installation, is run it through a site gauntlet, that is, a mix of sites with oodles of embedded media. The first browser to push daises during this test was Pocket IE, which almost goes without saying.  Detected as a mobile browser by most sites, limited settings, and non-existent Flash or Javascript support, Microsoft’s browser has long been... 

HTC Ozone coming to Verizon

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 26, 2009 | 10 Comments

  I saw this today and was pretty excited to see it.  Not only do I like the phone but the price makes it very appealing for someone that wants to experience Windows Mobile at an impressive price. Verizon Wireless and HTC today introduce the Verizon Wireless HTC Ozone. This easy-to-use smartphone combines a simple design with a host of connectivity options that include the nation’s largest wireless 3G network,... 
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HTC Snap … is it for you?

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 10, 2009 | 4 Comments

If you like a smartphone then this might be a device worth considering especially if you want a device that has an impressive super-fast Qualcomm MSM 7225 processor, running at 528 MHz as well as the ability to have fast device navigation and a full QWERTY keyboard.  Remo Knops from MobilityMinded posted a review that is worth looking at if you want to get a good look at what you would get with this device. ... 
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