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  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile Facebook Application update

    If you weren’t aware, Microsoft recently released a Facebook application for Windows Mobile. We’ve heard some users have been having problems with installation and a new copy of the app has been posted. This version should help anyone that was getting the “cannot install due to insufficient privileges...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Tag Update

    I’d like to take a moment to direct your attention back to Microsoft Tags , which I posted about back in January. I know many of you have questioned how a Microsoft Tag differs from a QR Code and why you’d chose one over the other. I’ll happily stay out of that debate and leave you to refer to the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Mobile Tweets: My Phone Codes

    In light of the broad consumer interest for the Microsoft® My Phone service announced this week at Mobile World Congress, several promotional codes are being released to the Microsoft Twitter community.  Of course you could just jump on the waitlist, but here is a short list of Twitterers you should...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft My Phone

    Today at Mobile World Congress Microsoft announced a new free service called My Phone . The service is available as part of a limited beta, meaning it’s possible you might get temporarily waitlisted, but the queue should progress quickly as things ramp up. Now, some of you might have heard rumors about...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Tag

    At the suggestion of a coworker, I finally took the time this morning to really check out the Microsoft Tag mobile application. Prior to today, I knew it had something to do with barcodes and colored triangles, but really couldn’t have told you much else. What I can tell you now is that it’s an innovative...
  • Blog Post: New Version of Live Search Mobile

    [Edit: I've corrected the name of the Live Search Mobile application; sorry for any confusion, and thanks to Jeremy Beasley of the Live Search Mobile team! -- Jim] I’m a big advocate of the Software + Services approach to accessing information; when done right, S+S uses your data connection to combine...
  • Blog Post: Survey of Web Browsers for Windows Mobile

    My name is Jim Causey, and I work on Core OS developer documentation for Windows Mobile. I’ve been working as a Windows developer in both higher education and private industry for 15 years, and have worked as a writer and editor for SAMS, Microsoft Press, and now Microsoft for most of that time. You...
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile Application Showcase

    A few weeks ago we mentioned the new developer portal at http://developer.windowsmobile.com , which is showcasing some interesting applications. If you haven’t taken a look already, I’d encourage you to go check it out. Two of the showcase apps that I’ve been trying out lately are Pointui Home and Kinoma...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer Mobile 6

    Today at Tech•Ed EMEA we announced the availability of emulators and documentation for Internet Explorer Mobile 6, which is the next generation browser for Windows Mobile. Available on new Windows Mobile devices soon, this browser will provide a high-quality browsing experience on your device that more...
  • Blog Post: Live Mesh and Windows Mobile

    As part of PDC , it was announced that Live Mesh will be going into an open Beta over the course of this week. We are pleased to announce that it is live! No pun intended :) For more information about Live Mesh and the Beta, check out the Live Mesh blog and the Live Mesh Web site . Let’s take a...
  • Blog Post: Bluehoo beta for Windows Mobile

    At PDC today we announced Microsoft Azure , which is a new Microsoft product that let’s you build applications in the cloud or extend your current applications. Check out Bluehoo which is the first non-Microsoft application using this technology. Quoting from their Web site , Bluehoo is a mobile app...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the Windows Mobile API Usage Tool!

    I'm really excited to announce the release of the Windows Mobile API Usage Tool, available here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=fc803c7b-e855-475a-b8f3-38c19a007d36&displaylang=en The API Usage Tool scans your Windows Mobile applications (in cab, msi, or binary formats...
  • Blog Post: SSLChainSaver v2 released

    Two years ago I released the first version of the SSLChainSaver tool. This tool helps you diagnose and repair SSL problems on Windows Mobile devices. After a very long delay, Version 2 is now up on the Microsoft download center. I wasn't able to release the source code this time. The usage instructions...
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