HTC Windows Mobile Smartphones Pull WiFi Router Duties Too

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Now that tethering is built right into the Apple iPhone software, it seems that other manufacturers want to make the process just as easy on their devices as well. It’s not like they weren’t capable of tethering before; it just wasn’t the simplest of processes. HTC aims to change that. The Taiwanese juggernaut is reportedly […]

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Install and Run Windows on Apple iPhone (Video)

Maybe you just made the jump over to the Apple camp a short while ago, getting quite pleased with your unibody MacBook and your shiny iPhone 3G S. Maybe you’re feeling a little nostalgic and you want to still have some Microsoft-fueled “fun” every now and then. This hack may be for you. You may […]

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Next Samsung/Armani Phone Gets Windows Mobile

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Although the results of their collaboration haven’t really panned out in major profits just yet, Samsung and Armani are teaming up once again to create yet another mobile phone. The first two phones were rather conventional in their approach, but this time around, Armani and Samsung are capitalizing on our interest in smartphones. Unfortunately, the […]

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Leaked Look at HTC lolite Windows Mobile Smartphone

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The good guys at HTC are doing it again with the release of yet another touchscreen Windows Mobile smartphone outfitted with TouchFLO 3D. If you’re not quite satisfied with the HTC Touch Diamond or the HTC Touch HD, you may want to check out the upcoming launch of the HTC lolite. Personally, I find the […]

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Windows Mobile-Powered IcePhone Triple Flips to Greatness

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I’ve seen some pretty creative form factors in my day, but the IcePhone truly is something that is out of this world. Whereas the Helio Ocean offered a unique three-layer double-sliding mechanism, the IcePhone can unfold into three distinct pieces. It’s a triple-flip! Powered by Windows Mobile 6.0 Pro, the IcePhone is a pretty niche […]

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Video: Unboxing Sony Xperia X1 Windows Mobile Smartphone

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Windows Mobile may be getting lost in the mix with the continuing rise of the iPhone and the recent launch of Google Android, but the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 could seriously change things for Microsoft’s mobile platform. David Ciccone of Mobility Today was lucky enough to get his hands on a brand new Sony Xperia […]

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FCC Approves Samung C6620 Windows Mobile Smartphone

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What’s this? Another BlackJack? The Samsung C6620 Windows Mobile smartphone takes on a similar candybar form factor as the BlackJack, but it appears to have some slightly different styling cues. Among the features on this phone are tri-band GSM, QVGA display, HSDPA support, QWERTY keyboard, 2 megapixel camera, 20MB internal memory, memory card expansion, Windows […]

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Official Announcement of Motorola Q11 Windows Mobile Smartphone

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We’ve seen all sorts of spy shots and leaked photos, but now Motorola has finally gone on the record to officially announced the Motorola Q11 smartphone. Naturally following the footsteps of the original MOTO Q and Motorola Q9h that preceded it, the Motorola Q11 doesn’t really bring much in terms of “new” to the picture. […]

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Apple iPhone 3G Powered by Windows Mobile (Video)

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In a bite of bitter irony, it is now possible for you to run Windows Mobile on your Apple iPhone, much in the same way that you can run Windows on your Apple MacBook. I thought the biggest appeal of the iPhone was the Cupertino-sourced user interface? The Windows Mobile hack, courtesy of developer Erik […]

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HP Oak Windows Mobile Smartphone Has Slide-Out QWERTY

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Get a load of this. HTC isn’t the only company that knows how to produce Windows Mobile smartphones that happen to have horizontally-sliding QWERTY keyboards. Hewlett Packard’s line of handsets may not be quite as popular as the older iPAQs may have been, but this new HP Oak could certainly attract some attention. Set to […]

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Next iPhone Firmware to Offer Windows Mobile Today Screen?

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Although there is already a homebrew application that can offer similar functionality to jailbroken handsets, Apple is apparently working on an official update to the iPhone that would create a more Windows Mobile-like experience. One of the things that has been holding me back from picking up an iPhone 3G is that the phone doesn’t […]

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Next-Gen Sony Ericsson Xperia Smartphone Will Not Be Windows Mobile

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Even though the first Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 smartphone is not officially available to the public just yet, it seems that Sony Ericsson already has its sights set on future Xperia handsets. More specifically, word on the street is that Sony Ericsson is considering other operating systems for the next generation of Xperia, casting Windows […]

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Live Shots of HTC S740 Windows Mobile Smartphone

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HTC is keeping itself pretty busy these days with the upcoming Android-powered G1 and the Palm-branded Treo Pro, but it’s got a few tricks up its own sleeve as well. We’ve already seen product renders of the HTC S740, but now we’ve been treated to a couple of live photographs as well. As you recall, […]

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Is Asus Making an O2-Branded Windows Mobile Smartphone?

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We already know that HTC has a huge habit of making Windows Mobile smartphones that eventually receive different branding altogether, but now it seems that Asus is getting in on that action as well. The fellow Taiwanese manufacturer, largely famous for its Eee PC line of subnotebooks, is reportedly building a WM smartphone for O2. […]

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Asus M930 Smartphone Clones LG enV, Runs Windows Mobile

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As much as I like the build quality on the smartphones offered by Asus, the one thing that has largely been missing from their portfolio is a full QWERTY keyboard. The M930 addresses this very niche, much to the applause of email junkies and other QWERTY lovers around the world. On display at Computex Taipei […]

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