Windows Embedded Blog

A look at Embedded and other Cool Stuff.
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    A look at Security technologies that might be coming from Microsoft.

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    From Microsoft Watch , a look at some of the Active Protection Technologies that might be coming from Microsoft. – Mike
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    Intrinsyc Software extends Windows CE to the Feature Phone.

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    Intrinsyc have released a press release that describes their tools and technologies for building Feature Phones based on the Windows CE operating system. It looks like Intrinsyc will be showing their tools and technologies at 3GSM this coming week. ...
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    Want a jump start for Win32 to .NET Development ?

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    Hey, if you’re a Win32 developer and are interested in dipping your toes into the big pond of .NET Framework or .NET Compact Framework development (and why wouldn’t you?) – then this MSDN page is meant just for you – this provides...
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    Win $25,000 - Windows Mobile Application Contest.

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    Win $25,000 and Application Distribution. Enter Your Best Applications in the Windows Mobile™ Application Contest Today. Start building “work” and “play” applications for Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs or Smartphones, and enter them into the Windows...
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    Halo Movie

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    The Seattle Times have posted an article that hints at a Halo Movie being made (had to happen, right?). ok, so place your bets for who’s going to be playing which role… – Mike
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    .NOT CF ?

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    Earlier this week I presented a conference session on debugging native code applicaitons on Windows Mobile devices, taking a look at Application Verifier (for detecting heap, handle, and GDI leaks), Performance Monitor, Call Profiler, and the Windows...
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    Windows Mobile Always-up-to-date (AUTD) ActiveSync with Exchange Server 2003

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    I got an e-mail yesterday pointing me to and article that describes how to setup Always Up To Date (AUTD) ActiveSync on your mobile device. – Mike
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    Book: Writing Mobile Code.

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    As if by magic the shopkeeper appeared… (anyone know where that’s from?) I’ve just mentioned that I intend to talk about mobile and embedded and just found a post on Jono’s blog about a book titles Writing Mobile Code : Essential...
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    Mobile and Embedded ?

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    Most of the posts to this blog are around embedded technologies and devices running Windows CE or Windows XP Embedded, since I’m in the Mobile and Embedded devices group it perhaps makes sense to talk not only about embedded ‘stuff’...
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    What is Indigo ?

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    You’ve probably heard of Indigo (and if not this article would also make for good reading) – What is Indigo ? – this article provides an architectural overview of "Indigo," Microsoft's unified programming model for building service-oriented...
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    Desktop Rover.

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    ok, this is pretty cool – Desktop Rover – from the Rover web site, Desktop Rover allows you to control up to 32 computers (and now Pocket PCs) with a single computer's keyboard and mouse. By positioning each computer's monitor next to (or...
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    WESC - Ivan has a blog.

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    Ivan Joseph the product manager within the Mobile and Embedded Devices group that’s running the Windows Embedded Student Challenge now has a blog – If you’re involved in the competition this is going to be the place to get information...
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    Secret Bunker Revisited...

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    JR asks the following question on the Secret Bunker posting – When it is still easy to attack a system without access to the source, and we all know it is, why doesn't any advantage (like being able to patch the system directly yourself) become an instant...
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    Portable Gaming

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    What portable gaming device has the following specification ? Great games Camera Music Player Movie Player Messaging GPS GPRS Bluethooth Thinking of the PSP ? You would be wrong, this is the Gizmondo – a neat looking...
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    Windows Embedded Student Challenge - Student Blog.

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    Hey, if you’re taking part in this years WESC ( Windows Embedded Student ChallengE ) then why not start a blog! – it would be a great way for people to keep up with your projects, your choice of project, the tools you are using, additional hardware, problems...
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    Windows Embedded Student Challenge - Over 275 Teams from 30 Countries !!!

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    The Windows Embedded Student Challenge has over 275 teams registered from over thirty countries – to get a complete listing of registered teams and countries check out the Excel spreadsheet here With names like “Rocket Studio”, “Syntax...
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    MEDC Behind the scenes...

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    James Pratt owns this years Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference (MEDC), there’s a ton of work that goes into arranging one of these events from signing up speakers, making sure we have (excellent) content, arranging the keynote, the web site...
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    Mike Zintels Blog - .NET Compact Framework, Past, Present and Future.

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    Mike Zintel has an article on his blog which discusses changes to the .NET Compact Framework for v2.0 and some of the reasons for the changes. Go check it out. – Mike
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    New Windows Mobile MSDN Articles.

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    Check out the new Windows Mobile articles on MSDN… How to Create a Database Browser Application for Pocket PC in C# by Using Visual Studio .NET 2003 Article Summary: The objective of this lab is for you to learn how to display data from a Web...
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    Ruttensoft - New Theme Designer for Smartphones.

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    If you have a Pocket PC or Smartphone then there’s a good chance you would want to customize the today/home screen, perhaps a photo of you wife, kids, favorite pet, or other interesting image – creating themes by hand can be a time consuming business...
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    Running as Admin

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    Aaron Margosis blog on MSDN talks about running your PC as non-admin – the blog looks at some of the problems associated with running with full Admin rights on your desktop PC, and some of the tips/tricks to running in a less privileged mode. ...
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    Conference or Web ?

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    Communication between companies and customers is becoming increasingly personal and available through blogs, podcasts, online chats, video tutorials and other technologies. Are you using these technologies to find out about what’s new with the technologies...
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    MSN Search goes colorful...

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    I’m using MSN Search as my search engine, just went looking for something and noticed that MSN Search has gone all colorful – I guess there must be a rugby game on this weekend – Mike
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    Secret Bunker...

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    Only in England… A thought came to me at the Gym this morning… perhaps there is a link between the “Secret Bunker” sign and Open Source, if you have full access to an application or operating system source you could perhaps exploit vulnerabilities in...
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    Bill Gates on Interop.

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    BillG sent out an executive e-mail today which talks about Building Software That Is Interoperable By Design – you should go read it… – Mike
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