Popular Microsoft Articles for 2006
Cingular's 8125 Pocket PC phone, the GSM answer to the 6700, combines a large comfortable keyboard and a full suite of communication options.
Brian Beeler brings us this review of a Windows Mobile Smartphone that offers the combination of cutting-edge design and a relatively price.
Three Pocket PC navigation applications are compared side by side: iGo, Mapopolis, and TomTom Navigator.
Step-by-step instructions for how to change the DNS server on your Palm, Pocket PC, or Smartphone -- a simple process that can decrease the time it takes many devices to[...]
Adama D. Brown brings us this review of the first of T-Mobile's famous MDA series to make it American shores, a Pocket PC phone based on the HTC Wizard design.
Brian Beeler offers his views after some time with the newly announced HTC P3300. After being so excited about the T-Mobile Dash (HTC S620), the P3300 did not disappoint.
Brighthand's Brian Beeler recently had some "hands on" time with a Windows Mobile smartphone that, according to rumor anyway, will be available soon as the T-Mobile Dash.
A simple set of instructions explaining how to stop ActiveSync from automatically turning itself on whenever a Windows Mobile device is put into its cradle.
Sprint PCS has recently launched its first Windows Mobile Treo, and Ed Hardy brings us his thoughts after using this smartphone for a short time.
If you're looking for a unique Windows Mobile 5 based smartphone, you should take a look at the TORQ P120. Not "subsidized" by any particular mobile provider, you can use[...]
Staff Writer and long-time handheld user Shawn Barnett brings his experiences with Fossil's Palm OS-based Wrist PDA and one of its rivals using Microsoft's Wrist Net technology.
Some additional information has turned up concerning HP's upcoming Pocket PC phone.
Cingular Wireless has only been offering the 8125 Pocket PC phone for a few months, but a replacement is already waiting in the wings.
T-mobile released the T-mobile SDA Smartphone in mid February, and with its advanced features including WiFi, Windows Mobile 5.0, EDGE and media capabilities, one would find a hard time remembering[...]
Brighthand's Ed Hardy recently got a briefing on the next two versions of Windows Mobile, and has good news and bad news.
Many of the most popular smartphones bear the Windows Mobile logo, but anyone considering buying one of these should be aware that there are two very different versions of Windows[...]
Cingular has released the MSFP Windows Mobile update that enables several features, most notably push email, for their 8125 smartphone.
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief explains why he thinks Microsoft's and Intel's vision for Ultra Mobile PCs is going to have a big impact on the mobile world... in a few years.
Step-by-step instructions on how to have email automatically delivered to a Windows Mobile 2003 handheld from an Exchange server using only the software that came on the device.
Next year, Microsoft will introduce update for Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PCs that will bring Office 2007 support to these devices.