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Windows Mobile 6.5 Walkthru
Guess I don't have to do this now :) Most of you have probably already seen this video , but if not, it's a good Windows Mobile 6.5 walkthru. I've been using this for quite a while now, and I must say that I really DO enjoy 6.5 over previous revs. Of course, the hardware is getting better all of...
10 Aug 2009
WM 6.0 and 6.1 Support in Windows Marketplace for Mobile
If you haven't heard the news already, we will be supporting WM6.0/6.1/6.5 in the Windows Marketplace for Mobile. This is great news for app devs, as it gives you all over 30 million sockets that are already existing world wide :) Here is Todd Brix's blog entry around the announce.
14 Jul 2009
Mobile Buzz at Tech-Ed
There is a lot of good stuff going on a Tech-Ed this week in LA. In you are here, come by and see us at the Windows Mobile booths. This is one of the first big events to really start sharing details and demonstrating the technology Windows Mobile 6.5. Some highlights thus far… · Take your pick...
13 May 2009
Windows Marketplace for Mobile is ready for ISVs :)
All, if you haven't seen, you can go to http://developer.windowsmobile.com/marketplace.aspx now and register to start selling your apps in the Marketplace. If I were an app developer, I would register now and get in line first. There will be a line-up as application ingestion starts, so you want...
1 May 2009
Windows Mobile Marketplace FAQ...and good news :)
The Marketplace team has just announced some more details around the 'Windows Marketplace for Mobile', which I think is great news: Q: Do I need to pay the $99 fee again to submit an application update? A: No, if your application has been previously certified and published in the catalog, you...
30 Mar 2009
Students get into the Windows Mobile Marketplace for free
In case you missed the official press release: Developers who sell applications through Windows Marketplace for Mobile will receive 70 percent of the revenue from the sales of each application. In addition, they will be able to set the price for their applications in each market, maximizing their...
24 Mar 2009
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