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Beta for Windows Mobile experts
This technology is easier to use and view on your mobile device than existing solutions.
We are looking for a limited number of advanced wireless device users (BBerry, Treos (700w/700 windows OS), Pocket PC, and other smart phones) to beta test.
Interested? (check it out! it's amazing!)
Email me at: sgordon (at) webalo.com.
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Audiovox SMT5600: Will Windows Mobile 5.0 work on it???
I have a couple questions regarding the SMT 5600:
1. Will Windows Mobile 5.0 work on it? If so, do tell! :-)
2. If not, does that mean NEVER? I'm getting the feeling that certain phones simply cannot handle Mobile 5.0 I need to know before buying the SMT 5600.
I really want the SMT 5600...it's size and phone quality is fantasitic (at least that's what CNET says). But to not have Mobile 5.0 would be a major minus.
Is there any way to lock the keypad or buttons to prevent inadvertant dialing?
Thanks for any suggestions.
Audiovox SMT 5600 and Navigation
Is it possible to connect this phone to GPS and use navigation software for egz. iGuidance or TomTom?
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MetaliCal Inc. Metal Weight & Cost Calculator
The handheld MetaliCal MWC (Metal Weight Calculator) calculates the theoretical weight of different profiles of Steel, Aluminum, Copper and Brass. It includes different profiles and shapes produced by the industry including Angles, Bars, Beams, Channels, Expanded Metal, Tubes & Pipes and Sheets & Plates. By keying in the dimensions of your desired profile, the Metal Weight Calculator will tell you its accurate weight. The MetaliCal MWC also contains a database of steel p...
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Best Windows Mobile Flip Style Phone?
My contract with Nextel ends soon and I plan to change carriers. The choices for a new carrier are Cingular, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile. I am interested in lots of phone features, but the top 3 are 1)Clamshell type phone, 2)Above average user-interface for the calendar, and 3)camera. I am partial to Motorola phones. Windows Mobile Smartphones appear to suit my interests best. I probably won't be able to wait more than a few weeks. Thanks for any suggestions.
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On a side note, is the home screen that Orange uses in the UK on the C500 available in XML format ? Is it floating around that anyone knows?