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Microsoft States That Windows 7 Is Not Killing Your Batteries

02/08/2010, Has your Windows 7 laptop been warning you of the impending demise of your laptop battery? Most folks are complaining that Windows 7 isn’t too friendly with its battery consumption, but Microsoft says that Windows 7 isn’t really killing the...

Toshiba Portege M780 Supports Multi-touch And Win7 Gestures

02/02/2010, It looks like Toshiba’s Portégé lineup will be getting a new member in the form of the M780. While most manufacturers out there are gunning for the increasingly popular tablet design, Toshiba hasn’t given up on the convertible tablet...

Play With Windows 7 On The iPad Via Citrix

02/01/2010, There’s no denying that there are pros and cons to Apple’s iPad, but here’s one more positive point for it. If you’re running Citrix XenDesktop or XenApp in the office, the iPad is going to be rather useful to you, thanks to its...

Unconfirmed: WinMob 7 User Experience Elements Leaked?

01/31/2010, Some pictures of user experience (UX) concepts have surfaced on the Internet, and according to the person who came up with the designs, he worked for Microsoft on UX design for Windows Mobile 7. Some examples of the designs have been posted, though you...

SlingPlayer Mobile 2.0 For Windows Mobile

01/26/2010, Sling Media has updated its popular SlingPlayer Mobile for Windows to version 2.0. This latest version will be able to support popular phones like the HTC Pure, Tilt II, Imagio, Touch Pro II and some others. This application has been redesigned for...

Google Chrome Now Offers Extensions And Bookmark Sync

01/25/2010, Google has raised the stakes in the browser wars again, and this time, it has announced a new stable release of the Chrome browser (for Windows) which includes extensions and bookmark sync. One of the major features of Firefox is that you can add on...

Cynovo C7 tablet powered by Windows 7

01/18/2010, Windows 7 is the operating system of choice for the Cynovo C7 tablet, where the number 7 seems to play a prominent role (we’re not talking about it retailing for $700 though). Featuring a 7″ touchscreen display (there’s that number...

Windows 7 rumors abound

01/18/2010, Mobile World Congress (MWC) is coming up pretty soon next month, and needless to say there are more and more rumors swirling the Windows 7 operating system that might make or break Microsoft where mobile operating systems are concerned. First of all,...

LG Favoring Android Over Windows Mobile?

01/13/2010, LG has detailed its strategy, expecting to ship about 20 different smartphones in 2010, but has confirmed that more than half of those phones will ship with Google’s Android, similar to the GT540 that was showcased at CES. With Android taking up the...

Are You Receiving SMS Messages From 2016?

01/03/2010, Those of you using Windows Mobile, have you been receiving messages from 2016 after you entered 2010? According to reports, many folks have been receiving messages from 2016, and it seems to be limited to Windows Mobile devices. Details aren’t...

Orange Touch Pro2 Gets WinMob 6.5 Update

12/10/2009, While HTC’s Touch Pro2 has had the Windows Mobile 6.5 update for quite some time now, folks who are on Orange’s network have been made to wait. Fortunately, your patience has been paid off, and you can now happily head off to HTC’s...

HTC 1H 2010 Portfolio Leaked

12/07/2009, It looks like HTC is going to put a lot of effort into Android-powered phones in 2010. Considering that Google’s Android is riding a wave of popularity, this shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. A leaked list of what should be HTC’s...

Windows CE Powered Pico Projector

11/30/2009, Remember the Windows Mobile powered projector phone we showed you quite a while ago? While it was a concept back then, it seems that it’s closer to reality now, albeit without the sleek looking body. This Windows CE pico projector from Lancerlink...

Windows Mobile Keyboard Update Soon?

11/27/2009, A recent posting at XDA-developers shows a completely revamped keyboard from a test build of Windows Mobile. The existing Windows Mobile keyboard still seems that it was designed more for stylus input, but the revamped version has much larger keys, which...