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SYWARE, Inc. Related:
Survey: Attention Windows Mobile 6 Pioneers.
News: SYWARE Inc.'s Visual CE Nominated for Smartphone and Pocket PC Magazine's 2007 Best Software Awards.
Technical Tip: Database Referential Integrity Constraints and the Synchronizer.
Mobile Industry Related: Windows Mobile gets customized AOL search
Article: Windows Mobile gets customized AOL search.
SYWARE Survey: Attention Windows Mobile 6 Pioneers.
Windows Mobile 6.0 is out and many hardware vendors are providing upgrades for their Windows Mobile 5.0 devices (you might be able to find yours mentioned here). So far, we have heard of no issues when using Visual CE with Windows Mobile 6.0. Have you upgraded? How has it been for you? Let us know, we are anxious to hear from you.
SYWARE News: SYWARE Inc.'s Visual CE Nominated for Smartphone and Pocket PC Magazine's 2007 Best Software Awards.
Each year since 2000 Smartphone and Pocket PC magazine's Annual Best Software Awards help users select software that best suits their Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Smartphone needs by honoring companies that produce outstanding software. Even if Visual CE hadn't won in the database category the last three years and hadn't been nominated again this year, we'd still recommend that you spend a few moments looking over the nominees!
Technical Tip from "Dr. DeeBee": Database Referential Integrity Constraints and the Synchronizer.
Desktop/server databases with referential integrity constraints require special consideration when using our synchronizer.
Click here for some tips on how to use the Visual CE synchronizer with desktop/server tables that have these constraints.
Industry Article: Windows Mobile gets customized AOL search.
AOL has made public a new version of its search engine for mobile phones. The AOL Mobile Search beta operates with any WAP (wireless application protocol) phone, but has been optimized for Windows Mobile devices, particularly for Pocket IE, according to AOL. Find out more here.
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