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Windows Mobile 6.5 OS unveiled

Posted in Windows by Conner Flynn on February 16th, 2009

Windows Mobile 6.5 OS unveiledIt’s been long overdue and at long last Microsoft has redesigned the Windows Mobile interface. No doubt users will like the honeycomb layout and the Zune-like feel. There’s more to like with no-waiting voice mail, cloud-syncing MyPhone online service, and a new app store. Hey, where have I heard this before?

Things are not only meant to be finger friendly, but are designed to be used with one hand. The design on some of the screens has clearly been inspired by Windows Media Center and much of the information can be accessed by simply swiping up/down, left/right.

Samsung C6625 with Windows Mobile, QWERTY keyboard

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2009

Samsung C6625 with Windows Mobile, QWERTY keyboardSamsung has unveiled it’s latest phone, available very soon unlocked from Expansys. You can pre-order the handset for £249.99. The Samsung C6625 features a 2.6 inch non-touchscreen display with 320 x 240 pixels resolution, Tri-band GSM connectivity (900/1800/1900 MHz connectivity), HSDPA 2100 MHz connectivity, a-GPS, Stereo FM radio with RDS, Stereo Bluetooth connectivity, a 2MP shooter with video recording, 100MB internal memory and a microSDHC memory card slot.

The battery will give you enough juice for up to 420 minutes of talk time and up to 300 hours of standby. It’s kind of like the Samsung BlackJack, but with a more rounded look. It’s aimed at business users.

Windows Mobile 6.5 on the Compulab Exeda

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2009

Windows Mobile 6.5 on the Compulab ExedaRemember the Compulab Exeda? It sports a great design and can support multiple operating systems like Android and Windows Mobile, which is a rare treat. We like it more everytime we see it. It’s making news again because it has been seen running Windows Mobile 6.5. You can spot the upcoming OS because of the hexagonal buttons that are easier to use compared to Windows Mobile 6.1.

According to the company, this is an alpha build of the OS, and word is that it takes full advantage of 6.5′s inertial scrolling as well as other touch improvements. So, you get a phone that can run on either OS, that also has an Ethernet port, and both left/right click buttons. What’s not to like?

Compulab unveils exeda Android / WinMo handheld

Posted in Handheld Entertainmnet by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2009

Compulab unveils exeda Android / WinMo handheldSomehow everybody missed Compulab’s exeda at CES. It’s a crazy device designed for the enterprise market and is distinctly squarish. Some features include: a 3.5-inch sun-readable VGA touchscreen, QWERTY keyboard, and a capacitive touchpad that will acts like a mouse.

Like some other Asian Android handsets, the exeda can boot Windows Mobile 6.1 on its 520MHz Marvell CPU with 128MB of RAM, and the radio setup is flexible. Resellers have their choice of quadband GSM / GPRS, CDMA, and 3G UMTS. Oh, and the exeda has a 10/100Base-T Ethernet port as well as WiFi.

AT&T’s Samsung Epix now official

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2008

AT&T’s Samsung Epix now officialSamsung and AT&T have made it official. The i907 Epix looks nice and features Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, 3.6Mbps HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, 2-megapixel cam, AGPS with AT&T Navigator, Video Share support, 320 x 320 2.5-inch touchscreen display, and an “optical mouse” for some reason. You can get it now for $99.99 on a two-year contract. One thing that you definitely notice about this one is the extra screen real estate that could have been…If not for the overly large area that displays the AT&T logo. Otherwise, it looks good.

Didiom placeshifting application for iTunes

Posted in iTunes,Mobile Phones by Shane McGlaun on October 6th, 2008

Didiom Placeshifting ApplicaitonApple’s iTunes store is hands down the most popular place to buy music around. Many people have tons of tracks in iTunes and teh ability to listen to those tracks on a wide variety of mobile phones while on the move would be a great thing for most music fans.

Didiom has announced that its placeshifting application for iTunes is in beta. The application allows iTunes users to stream music from iTunes on their PC to a mobile phone wirelessly. The software works with both BlackBerry and Windows Mobile devices.

AOL AIM takes Flash and Windows Mobile forms

Posted in Instant Messaging by Nino Marchetti on August 20th, 2008

AIM Express

AOL launched this morning a Flash-based Web version of its instant messaging AIM service. It is called AIM Express and you need not install any software to make it run.

AIM Express includes as features tabbed IM conversations, status message indicator, text messages to cell phones, rollovers of friend names to see status and compatibility with most popular browsers. The company also unveiled AIM for Windows Mobile, offering functions for phones like the Motorola Q, Samsung BlackJack and many Palm Treos such as status messages, buddy icons and text messaging. It works with devices using the Windows Mobile 5 and 6 operating systems.

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Epoq watchphone runs windows mobile

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 15th, 2008

Epoq watchphone runs windows mobile
We all know from Sci-Fi movies that phones will be strapped to your wrist, and you will learn to like it! The Epoq EGP-WP98B runs Windows Mobile 5.0 and has a 1.4 inch OLED touch screen display with a quad-band GSM radio with GPRS. It includes support for WMV, AVI, 3GP, MP4 and MP3 media files with full screen playback and the 128MB of internal memory can be expanded with a trans-flash memory card.

You also get a WAP and web browser. If paying GPRS fees doesn’t sit well with you, it even has wifi b & g. Other software included will give you calendar functions, voice recorder, e-book reader, handwriting input, MMS, calculator, memo and a world clock. The Epoq EGP-WP98B has 100-180 minutes of talk time per charge, with 80-100 hours of standby. No details on pricing or availability.


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