Call it superficial, but you can really help your Pocket PC's self esteem by giving it a face lift. It's still Windows Mobile on the inside, so most of your apps will look and function as before, but a few free downloads will get you home screen and dialpad themes, an iPhone-like contacts list, and the cool slide-to-unlock gizmo.
Via | Posted on 2008.03.12 at 11:43
The web browser on Windows Mobile devices won't play YouTube videos, but you can still enjoy them on the go with the instructions on Pocket PC Thoughts:
Anyone into watching YouTube videos knows it has always been pretty problematic to play YouTube videos on Windows Mobile.
Via | Posted on 2008.03.12 at 11:16
If you have an older Symbian or Windows Mobile device, it probably either came with support for Flash Lite 1, or no Flash support at all, whereas the newer devices are starting to be available with support for Flash Lite 2 content, which will allow developers to make use of more advanced programming features, not the least of which are functions.
Via | Posted on 2008.03.12 at 11:15
Igor Skochinsky has been doing some great reverse engineering on the Kindle ebook reader from Amazon. If you're not familiar with the device, the Kindle is a paperback-sized Linux-based ebook reader.
Via | Posted on 2008.03.12 at 10:16