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Skype for Windows Mobile killed off

02/25/2010, Skype for Windows Mobile has been discontinued simply because of a subpar user experience when compared to the iPhone and Symbian version. According to Skype, “Our focus is on providing a rich user experience that allows you to enjoy free...

Symbian remains top, Android closing in

02/23/2010, Research and advisory company Gartner recently rolled out its worldwide cellphone sales report for the past year, where the smartphone category was the fastest growing one, seling 53.8 million units in the last quarter, with Symbian remaining at the top...

Applications can now be installed straight onto microSD cards

02/23/2010, Microsoft rolled out a minor update recently concerning its Windows Marketplace for Mobile which is made available to devices running Windows Mobile 6.0 and above. One of the main highlights would be its capability for users to download and install...

Microsoft unveils version 1.2 Facebook app

02/22/2010, If you can’t get enough of Facebook wherever you go, then you might want to check out what Microsoft has in store for its Windows Mobile users in the form of Facebook app version 1.2 on that particular platform. Among the main feature updates would...

Android 2.1 heading for quartet of HTC handsets

02/21/2010, Slm4996 has come up with a way to get Android 2.1 running unofficially on the HTC Kaiser (also known as the AT&T Tilt), Vogue, Niki and Polaris instead of Windows Mobile. Everything works as advertised, save for the camera and Bluetooth connectivity....

Windows Mobile 6.5.3 DTK now available

02/18/2010, We all know that Windows Mobile 7 is the in thing since its announcement three days ago, but that doesn’t mean that Windows Mobile 6.5.3 will just slink off into the background quietly. No sir, Microsoft has released latest version of DTK for...

Windows Phone Classic

02/17/2010, You might have missed our blow-by-blow account of the Windows Phone 7 announcement at Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, Spain, but thankfully there are always archives to refer to. So if Windows Phone 7 were to be released to the masses, what would...

Acer neoTouch P400 Windows Mobile 6.5 Phone

02/17/2010, [MWC 2010] The neoTouch P400 could be seen as the Windows Mobile nemesis of the beTouch E400 (Android). However, the user experience is very different. Here, you have Windows Mobile 6.5 – and that’s convenient if you edit Office documents, but...

Windows Phone 7 Series

02/15/2010, Microsoft just launched its Windows Phone 7 Series, a new version of its mobile OS that features a completely new user interface, based on the lessons learned with the Zune HD. By the way, this might be the greatest contribution of the Zune HD to the...

Garmin Asus M10 helps you get around

02/11/2010, Garmin and Asus’ latest collaboration does not stop at the A50 only, but also resulted in the M10. Instead of running on the Android operating system, this model comes with the latest build of Microsoft’s Windows Mobile, making it the second...

Windows Mobile 7 to come with free navigation

02/10/2010, Windows Mobile 7 is not even out yet, and there are already rumors of it swirling round the Internet, where among them include it boasting free navigation, similar to what Nokia recently pulled with their Ovi suite software. This will certainly go some...

Acer E110 And P300 Cell Phones Discovered

02/10/2010, With HTC bombarding the market with Android phones, sometimes it’s easy to forget that there are other players in the market too. It seems that Acer is gearing up to release its E110 and P300 phones sometime soon, both of which will be manufactured...

Google Maps For Windows Mobile Now Supports Buzz

02/09/2010, It seems that the newly announced Google Buzz has made it into the Windows Mobile client of Google Maps as well. With the latest Google Maps 4.0 for Windows Mobile, you’ll be able to see buzz’s near you or anywhere on the map. You’ll...

AnyDATA ASP-318 and the ASP-518 Windows smartphones

02/09/2010, AnyDATA has made available a couple of Windows-powered smartphones in the form of the ASP-318 and ASP-518, where the former is easy on your pockets, making it the ideal Windows Mobile smartphone for students and enterprise workers, where it runs on...