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  • Blog Post: Deeplinking available for Marketplace apps

    Last week a new feature for Windows Mobile 6.x developers was rolled out, to enable marketing of their applications. A deeplink points a user directly to your applications details page either on the Marketplace website or the Marketplace on-device client. Full details of deeplinking and example...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Discussion thread on Windows Phone 7 Series

    Deeps De Silva, from our Developer team here in Oz, has started an MSDN discussion thread on Developing for Windows Phone 7 Series & he wants your thoughts. The discussion thread is at  http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-AU/msdngeneralau/thread/59590417-1a0b-4117-b83a-043833b95cd8 ....
  • Blog Post: MIX10 Windows Phone Sessions

    Charlie Kindel has posted that recordings of MIX10 sessions are starting to be posted on http://live.visitmix.com/videos For the Windows Phone specific listing check out Charlie’s post at Videos of MIX10 Windows Phone sessions . DonK
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Series – download Dev tools, training, book preview

    In the Keynote at MIX 10 today the availability of the developer tools was announced. One highlight in the announcement is that the entire Windows Phone developer environment is free, and will be when the product releases. The Windows Phone 7 Series developer site has gone live so you can grab Community...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Series – Info summary

    I’ve held off posting about Windows Phone 7 Series as there has been so much great information that sites like Engadget, Gizmodo, WMPoweruser have posted. In addition to this Microsoft’s own Charlie Kindel has started to post on what’s public about developing for Windows Phone 7 Series, even up to the...
  • Blog Post: Marketplace updates – what it means for Developers

    I just posted about the changes in the client update for Marketplace for users of Windows phone, so what was announced/has changed for developers. This is taken from Todd Brix post on the WMDev blog . Developer experience improvements Free app submissions to additional markets: ISVs will no longer have...
  • Blog Post: Marketplace updates – client refresh goes live

    If you fire up the Marketplace client on your Windows phone this morning (in Oz) you should get the updated Marketplace client pushed to you. You’ll be asked to install an update. What is this bringing to customers on the phone? Two core things in Australia: World View: this allow Marketplace users to...
  • Blog Post: Follow the Super14 Rugby on your Windows phone

    Stay in tune with the kick-off of the Super14 season with the WWOS Rugby Union app. If you want to track scores/results/live game info on your Windows phone the Wide World of Sports Rugby Union app is now available in Marketplace – and it’s free! How do you get it? On your touch based Windows phone,...
  • Blog Post: Windows phone offers from Optus

    Here are a set of offers that Optus currently has available on Windows phones. HTC Snap: from $49 per month ($0 upfront) on the Optus ‘yes’ business cap plan. See http://www.optus.builtforbusiness.com.au/phone.php?phone_ref=HTC_Snap for all the details. HTC Touch Diamond2: from $79 per month ($0 upfront...
  • Blog Post: Using Window Marketplace for Mobile #1 – getting started on your phone

    As we get to the end of 2009 I want to provide you a guide on getting started with Marketplace, and from this we (the WMOz team) plan in the new year to provide a series of reviews of applications available in Marketplace. For this first post I’ll focus on getting started from your phone, making sure...
  • Blog Post: WWOS Cricket – now available for 6.5 non-touch phones

    Last Friday I let you know that the Wide World of Sport (WWOS) Cricket Widget was available for 6.5 touch-based (Professional) phones. The good news this morning is those of you with 6.5 non-touch (Standard) phones, can now get this widget for your Windows phone. To get the widget start Marketplace on...
  • Blog Post: HTC HD2 – Coming in January, enter for a chance to win!

    The HTC HD2 is coming to Oz, in January, and you have a chance to win 1 of 5! If you’re keen for what CNET describe as " a Windows Mobile phone like we've never seen before ”, then click the link below to enter – you just register your interest and tell why (in 25 words or less) how the HTC HD2...
  • Blog Post: HTC Touch Pro2 – local Oz review

    If you’re looking for a local (Oz) review of the HTC Touch Pro 2 then head over to Technology at Play – a local forum run by a Windows Mobile MVP, based in Brisbane. To read the review head to: http://www.technologyatplay.com/forums/showthread.php?p=22587#post22587 – written by the moderator it provides...
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