The Code Project has a nice article on securing content in .NET CF. It makes judicious use of the Pocket PC's Enhanced Cryptographic Service Provider system. The
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Is palmOne blowing its big chance with the LifeDrive? Article Bluetooth social networking at JavaOne with Nokia Sensor.
Microsoft is expected to officially announce Windows Mobile 2005 (aka Magneto) next week at MEDC 2005. WM2005 includes upgraded Office apps (including a mobile PowerPoint app),
Yowza! Vonage has just accepted an additional $200 million in private financing, bringing the total funding to $408 million. The company says the money will be used to support its
Qualcomm has pledged to support Linux in its next generation of handset chips. Chips running special real-time versions of Linux are cheaper to manufacture
Napster has partnered with Dwango Wireless to launch Napstertones, a ringtone download service. The ringotones are currently only available to T-Mobile and Cingular customers and
Verizon has just confirmed rumors that it will offer the Treo 650. A launch date has not been set, but customers can sign up to receive an email notification when
Samsung has launched a special pink version of the E800 with fake jewels and dangly charms. I think phone manufacturers are still trying to
Microsoft has posted version 2.0 of its FAQ on performance issues with .NET CF. The document offers advice on everything from threading to XML parsing. Did you know that virtual
Web Services can be a very powerful method of adding applications. This DevX article explains how to use JSR-172 (present on Series 60 phones) to create
Russel Beattie: Bill Gates doesn't get mobile (and that's a good thing!) Blog Is Nokia regaining its swagger?
Engadget scored an interview with Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and quizzed him on Windows Mobile, Xbox, and consumer
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has an interesting story about how Mforma lured Jonathan Sacks, the former president of AOL Interactive Services, out of retirement. Sacks
The rumored Nokia pictures I wrote about last week are authentic. Nokia has announced three new N-series handsets. The N91 is a 3G jukebox phone with a 4GB hard
Phone Arena is reporting on rumors that palmOne's Treo 650 will finally makes its Verizon debut on May 11 for $400 with a two-year contract. The phone is
Microsoft has released Service Pack 3 for .NET Compact Framework 1.0. It includes numerous bug fixes -- lets hope device builders include it in their new