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  • Blog Post: Keeper from Callpod for Windows Mobile 6.x- are your passwords safe?

    While looking at mobile applications I came across Keeper from Callpod. You can see them on the Microsoft Mobile Marketplace at this location - http://marketplace.windowsphone.com/search.aspx?keywords=keeper Here is the description:: Keeper is the most downloaded Password Security App with over...
  • Blog Post: Developing Windows phone applications on the train from Seattle to LA for PDC 2009

    Loke Uei Tan had fun with multiple teams of mobile developers on the train from Seattle to LA for PDC 2009. In Loke's own words.. "We organized this event the weekend prior to PDC 2010 where we invited 8 developers to join us on this 36 hour trip from Seattle to Los Angeles on the Amtrak Coast...
  • Blog Post: Porting your iPhone applications to Windows Mobile

    With Microsoft Mobile devices running version 6.5 of our mobile OS coming to the market towards the end of the year, now is the time to be thinking about porting your iPhone applications to Windows Mobile. With the launch of our Mobile Marketplace you will not only be able to build a compelling application...
  • Blog Post: Get ready for the Windows Mobile Marketplace starting July 27th

    On July 27th we will open up submissions for Windows Mobile applications for the new Windows Mobile Marketplace from 29 countries. While initially for Mobile 6.5 applications the system will be extended to support Mobile 6.1 and 6.0. Read more about the new marketplace here John O'Donnell Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Mobile Express for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 released

    Keeping your sales professionals up to date on the state of their business is a critical need in today's economy. Dynamics CRM offers many benefits to a sales professional but what happens when they leave the office?. Of course they can use the Dynamics CRM laptop client and connect in to your Dynamics...
  • Blog Post: Developing Widgets on Windows Mobile 6.5

    Jorge Peraza has published a great blog entry on the Windows Mobile blog talking about how to develop widgets for Windows Mobile 6.5 . More information can also be found in this MSDN article What will you build? John O'Donnell Microsoft Dynamics ISV Architect Evangelist Microsoft Corporation...
  • Blog Post: Could a standard mobile phone charger by a reality at last?

    Reuters are reporting that we are perhaps closer (in europe at least) to a standardized phone charger. If your like me, you have to carry many different chargers when you go on a trip. Isn't it frustrating when you buy a new gadget that it uses yet another charger with another different connection. Of...
  • Blog Post: Learn all about Microsoft Dynamics Mobile

    Our final Dynamics session will give you insight into our Microsoft Dynamics Mobile product. Part 6: Dynamics Mobile as a platform Date: 11/24/2008 09:00AM PST Trainer: Bert Berkholder Course Description Concluding this series of webinars, join Bert Burkholder from Microsoft in a session...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM mobile solution by CWRMobility.com video posted on YouTube

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBxCpEeX-mo Definately worth checking out to see how CWRMobility have combined the power of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft Windows Mobile John O'Donnell Microsoft Dynamics ISV Architect Evangelist Microsoft Corporation (b) http://blogs.msdn.com/jodonnell...
  • Blog Post: Ben Riga talks to CWR Mobility at the Worldwide Partner Conference

    Recently Ben Riga met with the guys from CWRMobility to learn more about their mobile solutions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0. CWRMobility have been developing mobile clients for Microsoft Dynamics CRM since versoin 1.0 days so its safe to say they know the platform very well and are skilled at creating...
  • Blog Post: 30 days of Microsoft Windows Mobile applications

    I recently came across a blog posting from Chris Craft where believe it or not, he wrote 30 Windows Mobile applications in 30 days. This post is a great way to show some of the things you can do on the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform . Thanks to Lillian Eng at Microsoft for highlighting this blog....
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