Windows Embedded Blog

A look at Embedded and other Cool Stuff.

February, 2005

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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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    Minimo - Mozilla Browser for Windows CE

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    From c|net – Minimo, the Mozilla browser for mobile devices , is being developed for Windows CE devices, according to the Mozilla Foundation. It looks like builds are being developed for Pocket PC devices – given that the Microsoft browser is built into...
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    Embedding the Internet Explorer Control into an eMbedded Visual C++ application.

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    Nick was asking how to embedded the Internet Explorer ActiveX control into an eMbedded Visual C++ application, we wrote this up as a hands on lab for an Embedded Airlift back in 2001 – here’s a link to the Hands on Lab – Enjoy…...
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    Mimimo, Mozilla Browser - Windows CE developers needed...

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    Doug Turner is looking for some Windows CE development help with the Minimo Mozilla Browser – anyone interested ? From the Minimo site – Doug says – “Another thing you will notice is the UI for the application is terrible. I really need your input and...
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    MSMobiles - iPaq Mobile Messenger h6500

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    From MSMobiles.com – iPaq Mobile Messenger h6500 compared to Orange SPV C500 – I really like the look of the HP device, it has a square touch screen, qwerty keyboard, and is a phone device. Some highlights from the msmobiles report:...
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    Starting work on a Windows Embedded or Mobile project ? - Blog it...

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    I bet a bunch of people reading this blog would be interested in watching a Windows CE/XPE or Windows Mobile project coming together from day one, if you’re starting a project why not blog the good, bad, and ugly, what worked well, where you had...
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    CE/XPE - how to choose ?

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    A question that comes up at every customer meeting is how to choose between Windows CE and Windows XP Embedded – The answer can be pretty simple… Windows XP Embedded is a componentized version of Windows XP Pro, broken down to approximately...
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    MSDN Channel 9 - Programming Bluetooth on Windows Mobile.

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    This is super cool – I interviewed Anil Dhawan a Program Manager on the Windows Mobile team responsible for wireless technoliges about Bluetooth support on Windows Mobile (read Pocket PC and Smartphone) and how easy it is to code up support for...
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    Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference - Worldwide dates...

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    ok folks, the dates for the worldwide MEDC (Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference) are published here Looks like the end of May and most of June are going to be busy! (tons of flights, lots of presenting, meeting interesting developers, got to...
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    MSDN Channel 9 - Tour of MS Studios.

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    You may have seen some of the Windows CE and Windows XP Embedded Tutotials on the Windows Embedded web site – these are recorded over at Microsoft Studios – it’s a really interesting facility, this may be the first time you get a look...
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    Slashdot - Interview with Martin Taylor

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    I thought you might like to read the interview on Slashdot with Martin Taylor , Microsoft's general manager of platform strategy – Slashdot asked readers to submit their questions, the pick of the crop were discussed on a phone call with Martin...
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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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    Internet Explorer 7.0 on the way...

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    From Scobles blog – Major Microsoft announcement: Bill Gates just announced there will be Internet Explorer 7.0. Read the IE Blog for the news and the Microsoft Press Announcements from the RSA conference – Mike
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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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    Upcoming Embedded Chats...

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    If you have questions around Windows CE, Windows XP Embedded or Application Development for Embedded Systems then you should check out the MSDN Chat Schedule (there’s a ton of other interesting chats also listed) Here’s some of the Embedded...
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    Operating System Fragmentation ?

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    There’s an interesting article on O/S News which talks about the potential fragmentation of Linux – Having a standard operating system platform is a good thing for users and developers – why would Dell and other PC manufacturers continue...
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    The killer smartphone application ?

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    What do you think the killer smartphone application is ? – sync to e-mail, calendar, contacts, business applicaitons, GPS navigation, games ? – or just the fact that the Smartphone platform is extensible and allows for new applications to...
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    Mobile and Embedded Devcon - Web site Live !

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    Are you interested in attending this years “not to be missed” combined Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference (MEDC) ? [May 9th – 12th, Las Vegas) – the Conference Web Site is now live – keep an eye out for session and...
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    Study finds Windows more secure than Linux

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    SAN FRANCISCO — Believe it or not, a Windows Web server is more secure than a similarly set-up Linux server, according to a study presented yesterday by two Florida researchers at this weeks RSA conference . The researchers, appearing at the...
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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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    John Kennedy is Blogging from the MED UA team...

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    John Kennedy has a blog (ok, he’s had a blog for a while), but John has just joined the Mobile and Embedded Devices group UA (User Assistance) team, and is interested in your feedback on Windows Mobile application development documentation –...
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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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    Calling native code from Managed Code.

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    This is a “must have” resource for anyone needing to call Win32 API’s from managed code – go check out pinvoke.net – Mike
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    Point of Service (POS) - Linux or Windows Embedded ?

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    I’ve just found the following case study on the Microsoft web site – the video is pretty interesting, go take a look. Regal Entertainment Group Switches from Linux to Windows, Significantly Reduces TCO (1.5 MB video) ...
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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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