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News: SYWARE Newsletter Archive Now Available Online
- News: SYWARE Inc.'s Visual CE Wins Smartphone and Pocket PC Magazine's 2008 Best Software Awards.
Technical Tip: Setting mEnable Manager's Server-Side File and Folder Location
Mobile Industry Related:
Article: Microsoft May be Making Handsets After All
SYWARE News: SYWARE Newsletter Archive Now Available Online.
Looking for an old copy of a SYWARE newsletter? Miss a copy one month? All the SYWARE newsletter's from the last few years will soon be online. The newsletters for 2008 are currently available and we will be posting the older ones shortly. Take a look at the SYWARE newsletter archive.
SYWARE News: SYWARE Inc.'s Visual CE Wins Smartphone and Pocket PC Magazine's 2008 Best Software Awards.
Visual CE Professional Edition has won Smartphone and Pocket PC magazine's "Best Software Award 2008" in the database category for the fifth year in a row! Once again, it has been selected by the award's international panel of industry experts as the Pocket PC database software offering the best features and value. The annual Smartphone and Pocket PC magazine 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. This year over 90 Smartphone and Pocket PC magazine experts from around the world considered over 10,000 Windows Mobile products to determine the winners in 150 categories. Learn more about the awards and winners here.
Technical Tip from "Dr. DeeBee": Setting mEnable Manager's Server-Side File and Folder Location
By default, the mEnable Manager synchronizes handheld files and folders to a sub-folder of the mEnable server installation folder (usually C:\Program Files\SYWARE mEnable). But, you might want the server side files/folders to be in a different place. Here's how to do this.
Mobile Industry Article: Microsoft May be Making Handsets After All
Last month, we reported that Scott Rockfeld, group product manager for Windows Mobile, said "Microsoft has no plans to build our own phone". Well, maybe that is NOT the case. Electronista is reporting that Microsoft is in the later stages of developing a Windows Mobile device along with Nvidia. Moreover, there are rumors that Microsoft will introduce this new phone at the February 2009 Mobile World Congress. Read about all this.
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