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VITO Technology recently announced their Task2Gather client for Windows Mobile devices. Task2Gather is a task management system that has been available for free on the web and also via their iPhone app. It is a simple, yet powerful way [...]
In a world of Windows Mobile, most of the focus lately has been on all of the new Windows Mobile Professional devices and the software that is dressing up the dated OS. It is nice to see that our friends over that SBSH Mobile Software are still keeping the Smartphone (Windows Mobile Standard) [...]
[Part 2 of "Is That a Book in Your Pocket or Are You Just Happy to See Me?"]
In the last article we talked about ebooks in general and where to find them, now we come down to the software to read them with. Most Pocket PC’s still come with precious little memory and you can’t [...]
This week Iliumsoft released the latest version of eWallet: 6.1. They added several nice features and expanded significantly on customization options. There is also a myriad of additional services available, with more coming soon. In other words, this already indispensable program just keeps getting better.
Trying to combine the various elements of a turn-based strategy (TBS) game with that of a role playing game (RPG) with any level of success is a difficult endeavor for a desktop franchise. Trying to do it in a Pocket PC game seems almost impossible, yet that is exactly what Palm Heroes set out [...]
Boxwave has been making accessories for Pocket PC’s for quite a while; and to say that they make some of the best is not a stretch at all. The thing I like best about their products is that while most other companies are making designer products Boxwave has focused on making products that have a [...]
Pachinko Go! is the latest release from PDAMill, and it has the potential to be one of their biggest releases worldwide, if not in the US. If you’ve played the real game it is easy to see why. The game is full of luck, huge pay outs, and the one thing that slot machines lack [...]
It should be obvious by now that the hot topic of 2008 is destined to be the mobile Internet. More specifically, browsing the Internet from your phone. There are now well over a dozen competitors for the title of Windows Mobile Internet King, and many of them are extremely worthy of that [...]
Farkle Dice, and Farkle (Definition) in general, is a game I had never heard of until SmartBox added it to the Launch Giveaway; I’m glad they did. I will generally divide games into two categories: 2-3 minute games that are great for taking a single short break, and ongoing games that you can play [...]
Like most included software, the native Windows Mobile applications are geared toward the average user with a focus on keeping them simple enough that anyone can use them. Even with the significant improvements in Windows Mobile 6, the included Personal Information Management (PIM) features are still a bit basic for those that have a busy [...]
I couldn’t pass up the fantastic deal we posted a few days ago on the Tilt, so now it is time to get it protected (before it inevitably ends up scratched or deformed). I looked at quite a few candidates, and the one that jumped out at me was the Boxwave Active Case™. [...]
Now here is a great tool for backing up all the precious information stored on your phone. Dashwire, as it was previously announced by Tariq, is a tool that will backup contacts, photos, text messages and much more to your own web space that can be viewed online. In addition, you can change some [...]
I have been trying to review Extreme Agenda for Windows Mobile Professional almost since its initial release several months ago. This is a review which, quite frankly, has been giving me fits because it has been so difficult to write. Not because of anything in the program. In fact, as we will [...]