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  • Blog Post: [eWEEK] Channel Enablement: Microsoft Launches Mobile Banking Service

    Microsoft, in conjunction with a partner, M-Com, launches an electronic banking software platform that allows electronic payments to be made via mobile devices. The porting of banking-related functionality onto smartphones has been a focus of the banking industry, which sees such applications as a way...
  • Blog Post: [PC World] Novell Tool Opens IPhone to .Net Developers

    The MonoTouch software development kit lets developers write an application using .Net and then produces a native iPhone-compatible application. Currently, developers write in Objective-C, a language that is not otherwise widely used, to build applications that comply with Apple's requirements for the...
  • Blog Post: [Network World] Nokia deal fuels Microsoft's cloud, collaboration, management strategies

    The company's ongoing strategy has been to create a single management platform for Windows, non-Windows platforms  and devices on the back of its System Center tools. Microsoft has been working in the past few years to widen its management capabilities to include mobile devices, Linux and virtual...
  • Blog Post: [Redmond Magazine] Windows Mobile Picked for 2010 Census Data Collection

    The U.S. Census Bureau is deploying the Windows Mobile operating system on 140,000 handheld personal digital assistants (PDAs) being used for the 2010 census. Read full story
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile Architecture Blueprint

    The Windows Mobile development platform with .NET Compact Framework as the foundation, has evolved into a very powerful offering to mobile developers. But, some things remain the same, and one of these is the view on mobile solutions as being a part of a bigger whole. The primary goal of this series...
  • Blog Post: Application Architecture Guide 2.0

    Design-level guidance for the architecture and design of applications built on the .NET Framework. It focuses on the most common types of applications, partitioning application functionality into layers, components, and services, and walks through their key design characteristics. Get this guidance
  • Blog Post: Designing Applications for Windows Mobile Powered Platforms

    Concepts and procedures for developing Windows Mobile powered applications that provide a good user experience. Design Guidelines Architecture for Mobile Device Applications
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