SPB Migration Tool allows for Easy Data Transfer to Android Phones

spb_migration_tool.png

SPB has long been a leader in mobile software development with years of Windows Mobile applications and more recently, Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, and Symbian based apps. Today, SPB has announced a tool to make migrating from Windows Mobile or Symbian devices to Android all that much easier. The SPB Migration Tool provides an easy to […]

The All New Windows Phone Update Story

MobileJawWindowsPhoneUpdateWPT.png

Until now, updating a Windows Mobile or Pocket PC device has been nothing short of stressful. If an update was to be offered by Microsoft, it was at the mercy of the manufacturer and the carrier if you would be able to apply it to your device. And if you made it through all those […]

Android; From a Windows Mobile User

ist2_7447456-internet-and-website-icons-amber-series - Copy

Recently I reviewed the Acer Liquid E, an Android device. Being a long time Windows Mobile guy, this gave me an opportunity to compare Android and Windows Mobile. This is not a highly technical or in-depth look. It is from the perspective of an end-user.  Did I find a clear winner? Read on and see. […]

Starting Fresh with T-Mobile Dash / Excalibur / S620

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published way back on January 23, 2007 on my personal blog. There have been some changes since then and my personal blog is, well..  more personal focused. Mobile Jaw is where I post mobility related information. It was recently brought to my attention that a number of people that […]

Starting Over with the Samsung Blackjack

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published way back on January 23, 2007 on my personal blog. There have been some changes since then and my personal blog is, well..  more personal focused. Mobile Jaw is where I post mobility related information. It was recently brought to my attention that a number of people that […]

Low Memory Warnings on Windows Mobile 5 Smartphone?

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published way back on January 23, 2007 on my personal blog. There have been some changes since then and my personal blog is, well..  more personal focused. Mobile Jaw is where I post mobility related information. It was recently brought to my attention that a number of people that are […]

The Future of Windows Mobile for Rugged Devices

“When you’re out shopping, chances are you’ve seen store employees using devices to price merchandise or assist you in checking you out. Received a package recently? The delivery person probably scanned it with a similar device. The people responsible for tracking inventory in a warehouse are also using a device to help manage their business. […]

How To Tweak Windows Mobile 6.5 Today Screen

MobileJawHackTodayScreen.jpg

With the launch of Windows Mobile 6.5, Microsoft brought the XML based today screen that has been used on non-touch devices, to the touch world of Windows Mobile. While it’s not the exact same XML template, it still allows us to get our hands in there and do some cool customization. And customize we shall […]

Windows Phone Starter Edition 6 Series Classic Edition Starter…Series…

htc-touch-pro-2_468

Confession: I still like Windows Mobile, er, Windows Phone Starter…oh, you get the idea. Just like everyone else, I have been pining for something new in Windows Mobile, anything new! Windows 6.1 is certainly quite old and at this point 6.5 is a facelift that didn’t quite work out. Actually, a ‘facelift’ is a perfect […]

HTC Announces Legend, Desire and Mini

MobileJawHTCMiniFrontBack.jpg

At Mobile World Congress today, HTC announced 3 new devices based on Windows Mobile and Android operating systems. The HTC Mini is based on Windows Mobile 6.5 and brings the experience of the HD2 to a smaller footprint. The HD2 experience is truly something special. If HTC can make this into a smaller device, it […]