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5 years ago

SPB Online Announced

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5 years ago

Use MSN Messenger as a Mobile Translation Service

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Traveling to a foreign land and don't care much about roaming data costs? Check out this neat trick: you can use MSN messenger as a translation service with the new version of Windows Live Messenger Translation bot. Once you add the mtbot@hotmail.com you can start chatting to get translations. Currently supported languages are:

  • English to/from: Arabic ,Chinese Simplified ,Chinese Traditional ,Dutch ,French ,German ,Italian ,Japanese ,Korean ,Portuguese ,Russian (RUS->ENU only) ,Spanish
  • Chinese Simplified Chinese Traditional

If you have your (Windows-based) laptop with you, then you might also be interested in Windows Live Accelerator for Internet Explorer 8 Beta. This allows you to browse over to the Italian web page your friend designed and read through instructions like a champ. All you have to do is highlight what you want translated then click on

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5 years ago

CDMA Omnia reportedly in the works

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CDMA Omnia reportedly in the works

It looks like there's now a CDMA variation [via] of the Samsung Omnia in the works to go along with the GSM device already available outside the United States.

There's still no official word of any U.S. carriers picking up the Omnia - CDMA or GMS - but we're still looking for AT&T to possibly pick it up eventually.

And we're not getting our hopes up just yet that a CDMA version means Sprint or Verizon will be picking up anytime soon. Remember that South Korea is a CDMA-friendly nation, and home to Samsung. But if the hardware's already been worked out, it makes it that much more likely that one of our carriers may well hop on board the Omnia train in the future.

In the meantime, be sure to check out our hardware and software hands-on videos with the Omnia, and keep those fingers crossed.

Thanks to Marco for the tip!

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5 years ago

The HTC S740 in moving pictures

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The HTC S740 in moving pictures

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First we had a bevy of stills and a translated review of HTC's latest Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard device, and now we bring you a quick video of the beast.

It's really not a bad looking device, keeping with the Diamond lines while forgoing the touchscreen.

A new interesting tidbit is that the microSD card and SIM card are tucked away behind the keyboard, and not elsewhere, say, with the battery.

Via Mobile Tech Addicts

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5 years ago

AT&T Data Outages East of the Mississippi

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AT&T Data Outages East of the Mississippi

Engadget Mobile is reporting some major AT&T data outages on the east coast, from New York City to St. Louis. AT&T is aware of the reports and working on it, though as the big E notes a perusal of the AT&T forums shows a lot of unhappy 3G and EDGE users.

I'm doing fine down here in my little neck of the woods, where the recent 3G upgrade gets utilized by just a relatively small number of people. How about you big city folk -- emails coming in? Browser working?

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5 years ago

Review: Pocket Mini-Golf 2

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5 years ago

Ditch threaded SMS on Windows Mobile 6.1

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Ditch threaded SMS on Windows Mobile 6.1

For many Windows Mobile users, threaded SMS long had been the Bigfoot of the mobile operating system. You were pretty sure it was out there, you had seen snippets of it, but you'd never actually seen it.

That finally changed with Windows Mobile 6.1 (yes, Palm had it much sooner, and there are hacks and third-party solutions out there, either as an alternative or for older phones).

But say you just updated your Blackjack II or your Motorola Q9h to 6.1, and you just don't like having your text messages look like instant message conversations (why, we'll never understand). The enterprising souls over at MoDaCo have you covered.

It involves a wee bit of registry hackery (and has also been neatly wrapped into a cab file), and reportedly works on touchscreen and non-touchscreen devices.

If threaded SMS on WM6.1 just isn't your thing, check out the solution here. And as always, backup your device first.

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5 years ago

Sony Ericsson releases Xperia sliding panels SDK

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For you dev (and adventurous) types out there, Sony Ericsson has released the software development kit for the still-unreleased Xperia X1.

What's in store?

Developers can use the Windows Mobile SDK, free of charge, to produce a wide variety of panels to meet the consumer’s demand for a rich, individualized multimedia experience on their phone. Users of the Xperia™ X1 will be spoilt for choice as they personalize their handset with panel applications to suit their mood and lifestyle.   Whether it is a search engine, advanced calendar or social networking application, music or film catalogue, sports or news related content, the panels enable you to access any information – quickly and directly – with a simple tap on the 3” super high resolution touch screen.

So while you still can't get your hands on the phone, you can get a head start on customizing it.

Read the full press release here; get the SDK here; and check out a video with Ramanth Bhat, senior manager of application and product planning, speaking about the sliding panels interface, after the jump.

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5 years ago

Live Mesh Client around the Corner?

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5 years ago

BlackJack II Windows Mobile 6.1 ROM Update is Up -- For Real This Time

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Casey writes in to let us know that the on-again, off-again download page for the Windows Mobile 6.1 Update for the BlackJack II is on again -- this time with live links for Windows Mobile 6.1.

As always with any Windows Mobile ROM update, be sure you have all your apps ready to re-install and all your PIM data ready to re-sync. As always with BlackJack updates, the process is a briar-patch filled with modem downloads, pitfalls, and convoluted instructions, so set aside a good hour at least to get it done.

Thanks, Casey!

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5 years ago

Sprint WiMAX WaTCH: Where Be the Phones?

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5 years ago

Follow Palm's London Treo Pro presentation

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5 years ago

Review: Seidio Spring Clip Holster for the Treo 800w

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5 years ago

Review: SMS-Chat

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Review: SMS-Chat

With the advent of a certain feature phone from Apple Computers, mobile software developers have been forced to raise the bar in relation to the UI (User Interface) of their applications. Of the myriad of arguments for and against the iPhone

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5 years ago

Media Player Roundup -- The Winner(s) Declared

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