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Wizcode Releases New Mobile Photocopy App!

 "October 23rd, 2009 - Wizcode, the leading publisher of software for mobile devices, announced today the official release of Wizcode Photocopy Mobile - a new product allowing you to scan paper documents using the built-in camera of your device, convert to compact PDF files, share via email or save to your device for digital archiving o


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Pure Review Part 2

STartup2 In my last review of the AT&T HTC Pure, I posted on the unboxing and the top level features of the phone.


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Review: AT&T HTC Pure Part 1...Unboxing

 If you have been waiting for a Windows Phone that is both svelt, stylish, and packed with capability, the Pure is probably that phone. The only thing that could arguably be added to it in terms of hardware design is maybe a slide-out keyboard.


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HTC a Pure Pleasure and WinMo 6.5 not bad either!

I must say that having had the Pure for about a week now, I am quite impressed. Much is to be attributed to the HTC TouchFLO GUI yes, and the phone is no doubt sleek, stylish and responsive. MS has put some needed tweaks into the 6.5 release, no doubt, but some of the phone's cooler features are still limited.


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SPB Software Releases Update to Mobile Shell!

"Taipei, September 30th, 2009 – SPB Software, a leading mobile software developer and a holder of numerous globally recognized mobile application awards, officially announced the release of SPB Mobile Shell 3.5 for Windows Mobile today at a press event in Taipei, Taiwan.


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New MS Mobile Services and WinMo 6.5 Devices Coming Soon!!

 No doubt, WM has been a bit on the ropes (press-wise) since the amazingly successful appearance of Apple and Android-based phones. Microsoft, much like the proverbial sleeping giant, is stirring from it's slumber to respond. The initial response will come in the revamped form of several WinMo 6.5 phones available on Oct 6, 2009.


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Winterface 2.0 Available with New Skins!!

 "21st of September, 2009 VITO Technology releases new version of Winterface. Now you may customize the look of your phone to your personal needs: change skins (10 new skins are available), background color or picture, headings for the icons and much more. Change the face of your device together with your mood!"


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Microsoft Reader Updated!

 I have a considerable library of ebooks in .LIT format, and I was pretty stoked to learn that MS Reader has been updated for WM version 6.0 and 6.1.


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SKKV Soon to Release Cab Editor App

This looks pretty useful for the mobile tweaker and dev types out there in WM land who want a device-side cab file editor.  Last year I got to judge a cab utility called Air Wizard, which was kind of cool for building custom/multi-app cab files, but required a PC.


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Basic4ppc Celebrates 1 Million Downloads!!

"Erel Uziel founder and CEO of Basic4ppc said: We are glad the hard work is finally paying off. Now that Microsoft is due to launch the mobile market place this autumn. Basic4ppc will be an ideal tool for developers and small businesses who want to sell their original application online.


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Get a Free Racing Game Through MS Total Access

 If you haven't signed up for Microsoft's Total Access you are missing out on some pretty cool freebies. OmniG Software is offering up full versions of Speed City this month. Total Access offers free themes, ringtones, tips and more every month to members, and sign up is free!


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Isotope 244 Game Giveaway!

The makers of at least one of my favorite mobile games (Machines at War) are sponsoring a YouTube video contest. Post your in-game action to YT before Sep 1, 2009 and you might win a free copy of one their great games. Rules and full instructions posted here on the vendor site.


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New Dasur Soft Keyboard coming!

Quite some time ago, I reviewed some revolutionary soft input keyboards from Dasur. You can use the preceding link to download the new beta of SlideIT, which should be available now. Go check out the latest touch version and join the test effort.


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Elecont Releases New Weather Software!!

 "Ozone depletion as well as seasonal weather variations cause different amounts of UV radiations to reach Earth at any given time. New Elecont Weather with Barometer and Solar Alert will report the current outdoor Solar Activity and predicts UV Index for the next 48 hours. This provides important information to help you plan outdoor activities in ways that prevent overexposure to the sun."


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SPB Releases Internet Radio App!

“St. Petersburg, July 30th, 2009 – SPB Software, a top mobile usability expert and mobile applications developer, releases SPB Radio – a high-quality Internet radio player for Windows Phones, which gives subscription-free access to an unlimited number of live streaming radio stations from all over the world.


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Inesoft Phone 5 Contest Winners!

 Winner selections appear after the break with instructions on claiming their prizes. Thanks to Inesoft (Inesoft Phone 5) for sponsoring this contest (see my review of V4).


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Paragon releases Handy Clock

 Paragon Software Group announces the release of Handy Clock – a powerful world clock and time management application for Windows Mobile. Check the time worldwide, note elapsed time with a stopwatch, or just forget about the time with customizable alarms and timers!”


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Inesoft releases updated phone suite

Inesoft has released version 5 of it's Phone tools application suite (see my review of version 4 here). Read on for a full list of features, or go here to check out the vendor site...


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2 News Readers Released!

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Both Spb Software and SBSH released WinMo news readers this past week with some pretty cool features, so I suppose there is something, er, newsworthy enough to post about the matter...Read on for the press blurbs and links...


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RoverComputers Ships Three New Windows Phones with Software from SPB

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"St. Petersburg, July 09th, 2009SPB Software, a leading mobile software maker, announces that a suite of its software titles is shipped with three new Windows Phones by RoverComputers, a major Russia-based manufacturer of mobile devices.


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