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Microsoft My Phone is a service for backing up data from your Windows Phone to the cloud. Here on MobilityMinded we wrote a few times about Microsoft My Phone, because we really like this service. Remo wrote an interesting article in February 2009, when My Phone launced. Back in October 2009, on the launch date of Windows Mobile 6.5 I wrote an article about the My Phone premium services. A live example of the advantages of My Phone Premium Services can be found on the twitter account of John Obeto, CEO and Chief Technology Officer of Logikworx, Editor-in-chief of AbsolutelyWindows.com posted a live example how the My Phone premium services Read more

Last week I read an interesting article on the Dutch website iPhoneclub.nl about the application FileApp Pro. Let’s face it: USB-flashdrives are old – get lost and are most of the time not very secure. FileApp seems to solve a few issues I have with flashdrives and therefore I decided to test this application and write this review about it. I need to say that this application requires a Wifi-network to manage your files on your PC or Mac. If you don’t have a wifi network (I for example don’t have a wifi network at my work), you can solve this by using Connectify. My colleague and good friend Remo wrote an Read more

One of my international friends, Arne Hess, Windows Mobile MVP and Editor in Chief of the::unwired.net, wrote a nice article about a very clever application called Connectify, that enables a mobile professional toturn his Microsoft Windows 7 powered notebook into a Wi-Fi hotspot. The best part is that Connectify is freeware !! In this article I would like to provide you an overview of the Connectify application, and focus on some of the application details as well as the  included features and functions. In the screenshot of the about screen below you can see the version number of the Connectify application I reviewed. What kind of application is Connectify ? The screenshot above Read more

The HTC HD2 is, without any doubt, one of the hottest and most powerful Windows Phones on the market today. MobilityMinded has been very fortunate to conduct a very extensive and indepth review of the HTC HD2, which is published in the article “HTC HD2 review – A new era in Windows Phones’ history“. UPDATE: If you are using a T-Mobile USA branded version of the HTC HD2, the HTC Wi-Fi Router application won’t be pre-installed in the ROM. WMWifiRouter is aN excellent third-party alternative that you might want to check out here: WMWifiRouter 2.00 review – Turn every Windows Phone into a Wireless Hotspot However I would like to highlight one specific application on the Read more

With the announcement of the Nokia Booklet 3G fresh in our memories a few days ago, today Nokia announced their new Linux-based smartphone; The Nokia N900. The Nokia N900 will be the first Nokia phone featuring the Meamo OS and when we’re looking at the specifications of this device we may conclude that these look very promising. With a 600MHz ARM Cortex Processor, 1GB of Application Memory and 3D graphics accelerator with OpenGL ES 2.0 support the device has at lease nice hardware specs. The internal storage of 32GB should be enough to store enough music and movies. This storage can be expanded by an Micro-SD card. Some other interesting Read more

Yesterday Microsoft announced their Zune HD wich needs to bring some competition against the iPod Touch. The twitterpage of user “officethemovie”  already made a nice statement on May 11th with the tweets: June 2009 will be an important month for Zune lovers. and New product launch, that’s all I’m allowed to say. Hold off from buying an iPhone/Pre. 🙂 Yesterday Microsoft announced their new ZuneHD which must become the iPod Touch killer Some interesting facts about the new Zune HD: The new Zune HD has an 3.3″ OLED Touch Screen with a 480 x 272 resolution. The new Zune HD has HD Radio. The new Zune HD has HD video Read more

HTC recently announced two touch-based devices:  HTC Touch Diamond2 and HTC Touch Pro2 at MWC 2009 earlier this year.  “Has HTC forgotten the Windows Mobile Standard users ?” The answer is certainly NO, since today the HTC SNAP is announced as a successor of the extremely popular HTC Excalibur. This article will provide an overview of the HTC SNAP specifications and a focus the clever and innovative features. Specifications To introduce the HTC SNAP let’s have a look at the picture above, and the specification list below. Processor:  Qualcomm MSM 7225, 528 MHz OS:  Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard Memory:  256MB ROM, 192 MB RAM Memory Expansion:  SDHC capable MicroSD slot Dimensions:  116,5 mm. x 61,5 Read more