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Update: Cut / Copy / Paste in the Visual CE Macro Editor.
News: SYWARE, Inc. Releases Visual CE with Support for Windows Mobile Devices Without Touchscreens, such as the Motorola Q and Samsung BlackJack Smartphones.
Technical Tip: Troubleshooting GPS Connections.
Mobile Industry Related:
News: Free VoIP For Your Windows Mobile Device.
SYWARE Update: News: Cut / Copy / Paste in the Visual CE Macro Editor.
Visual CE 10.x included a powerful new macro editor, but there was one noticeable limitation: there was no way to cut / copy / paste steps from one macro to another. A preliminary version that adds this functionality is available to Visual CE licensees. Want to give it a try? Send us your name and we'll send you this feature so you can try it out.
News from SYWARE: SYWARE, Inc. Releases Visual CE with Support for Windows Mobile Devices Without Touchscreens, such as the Motorola Q and Samsung BlackJack Smartphones.
Visual CE, the award winning, "Go Aywhere" database, can now also be used to create applications for Windows Mobile Smartphones (Windows Mobile Standard) devices. This latest release brings the power of Visual CE to non-touchscreen devices. This point release is free if you own a Visual CE 10.x license, or you can purchase a reduced price upgrade if you have an older version. Please read the press release for more details or, if you would like to obtain copies, request a free or charged upgrade here.
Technical Tip from "Dr. DeeBee": Troubleshooting GPS Connections.
When people first start using Global Position System (GPS) devices with Visual CE, they sometimes have problems getting them to work. This month's tip shows you how to resolve these problems.
Industry News: Free VoIP For Your Windows Mobile Device.
Fring, the free mobile VoIP service that works just like Skype, is now available for Windows Mobile 5 and Windows Mobile 6. Get ready for some free mobile phone calls! See what InformationWeek has to say about it. Or download a copy right away and give it a try yourself.
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