Posts tagged Windows Mobile
|Google purchased Android in 2005 for a small, undisclosed amount of money.||In the year 2005 when Google chose to make the Android company as part of its own the outside world of smart phones was overwhelmed by existing giants like iPhone and Microsoft. It was in their acclaimed presence that a noisy inclusion into the market might not have been able to bloom to its fullest. The publicity it would have gained would have involved severe comparisons with tried and tested counterparts. Any lacking on the part of Android would have been severely shunned and may have resulted in the breaking down of the entire launch sequence of it. It was in the light of these thoughts that Android, embedded with, wireless connectivity, social networking service, Google short messaging service, ability to locate the owner’s location and preferences silently made its way through to its present strong position. More >|
We are living in an age where gadgets have become an integral part of our life. Almost everyone these days has a mobile phone/smartphone, music player, PC/Mac and some of us even have a PSP to satisfy the gaming thirst. While we want all of our gadgets to be all powerful and feature packed, one thing which becomes more and more important as our gadget collection increases is to manage all of these gadgets and secure/sync the data that is available on each of these gadgets. So what we are looking for is a one for all sync solution. Enter SyncMate, the universal syncing solution that Mac users will want to have in their possession.
With Froyo already out for Nexus One and other Android handsets getting ready for the update, it is only natural to see Android hackers working on porting Froyo to other mobile platforms. XDAndroid is one such project which involves moving Android firmware to Windows Mobile enabled device. The XDAndroid team has posted an update on where their Froyo port for Touch Pro stands. More details after the jump.
HTC HD2 has a pretty useful notification feature. It notifies its users of the upcoming appointment, missed calls new SMS, email messages even when your phone screen is locked. Want a quick and easy way to see the notifications on your sexy Windows Mobile 6.5 powered phone without having to unlock your screen? Find out what you need to do after the jump.
It has been a while since we talked about HTC HD Mini, the younger brother of the extremely impressive HTC HD2. So here we are with a review of the small sized Windows Mobile device which was announced back in February at the Mobile World Congress. which has a lot of interesting points to touch and talk about. Review follows after the jump.
Everyone knows that HTC HD2 is a Windows Mobile Phone, in fact a Windows Mobile 6.5 powered gadget. Just like your Windows PC, this phone also becomes equipped with a task manager that allows you to do tasks such as viewing the programs and processes that are currently live on your phone, switching between active programs or close a particular app. The question that arises here is how to access the Task Manager utility. Check out the answer after the jump.
Here at Geekword, we have written a number of posts focusing on the extremely sexy looking HTC HD2. I just thought why don’t we do something different but similar. A review of the Windows Mobile 6.5 device was one of the thing that came up my mind since it will highlight the plus points as well as the shortcomings of the device. So sit back and read the review after the break.
Back in February, when Windows Phone 7 was announced, it brought with it one bad news that spread a wave of sadness among the Adobe Flash lovers. Adobe at that time announced that Flash won’t be coming initially to the next iteration of Windows Mobile formerly referred to as Windows Phone 7 Series. Flash product manager in a recent blog post has confirmed the arrival of Flash for Microsoft’s next iteration of mobile firmware.
Windows Phone 7 has a dedicated gaming hub known to us all as the Xbox Live Hub. The disappointing thing about the game oriented hub is that is features avatars which are static and boring. How about breathing life into them and making them animated? You got it, Aura is the name of project that will bring animated avatars to the next generation of Windows Mobile.
Here comes more strict requirements for Microsoft‘s upcoming Windows Mobile iteration more commonly known as Windows Phone 7. The latest round of strict requirements for the mobile OS previously referred to as Windows Phone 7 Series requires the user to have a Windows Live ID. How’s that for promoting your social service.