Motorola has officially announced the MPx220 for a second time. The new announcement indicates that this smartphone will possibly the first to run Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphones Second Edition.
People who are unhappy about HP's decision to forgo all Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition upgrades have found several ways to express their displeasure.
The three iPAQ rx3000 series models are high-end Pocket PCs with a focus on multimedia. They come with software that allows them to easily play music and video streamed from a Windows PC over Wi-Fi.
Toshiba has now released U.S. versions of the upgrade to Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition for both of its most recent Pocket PCs.
Revenues increased for the segment of Microsoft responsible for its handheld and smartphone operating systems during its most recent financial quarter, but not enough to make it profitable.
A free upgrade to Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphones is now available for the Samsung SCH-i600.
It now it appears that this low-cost Windows Mobile smartphone may not ever hit the market.
Microsoft has released a new version of its ebook reader for Pocket PCs. The most significant change is it adds support for the latest version of Microsoft's operating system for handhelds, Windows Mobile Second Edition.
In a pair of announcements that will surely disappoint many, both HP and Dell have made it clear that they will not release Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC Second Edition upgrades for any of their current or older handhelds.
When Motorola and AT&T introduced the MPx200 last year, it ran Microsoft's Smartphone 2002. Now an unofficial upgrade to the latest version of this operating system is available.
Spb Software House has released updates for all of its top products. These bring support for the latest version of Windows Mobile for Pocket PC. All these applications now support landscape mode and VGA screens
Those waiting for the first smartphones running Windows Mobile 2005 will have a long wait, according to an unconfirmed report.
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