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  • Palm says goodbye to Windows Mobile devices

    Palm, Inc. has announced that it is going to stop making devices based on Microsoft's Windows Mobile, and will instead focus entirely on webOS-based smartphones like the Palm Pre. 

  • First look at Windows Mobile 6.5

    The official announcement of Windows Mobile 6.5 is expected soon, and details are starting to slip out. The latest leak takes the form of a pair of screenshots of important features of this upcoming OS. 

  • There will be fewer Windows Mobile models in the future

    Microsoft is going to implement a new strategy for smartphones: in the future, there will be fewer models running Windows Mobile. 

  • Microsoft trying to grab Verizon's mobile search from Google

    Microsoft's effort to outbid Google for the rights to be the default mobile search engine for Verizon phones might seem like a routine vendor partnership, but it could have a profound impact on mobile enterprise strategy. 

  • Panasonic introduces first rugged UMPC to sport Intel's Atom processor

    With its new CF-U1 rugged ultramobile PC (UMPC), Panasonic lets users take Vista on the go with a tiny form factor. 

  • Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro details are leaked

    Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional OS update details recently emerged, giving the public a first glimpse at the Professional edition instead of the Standard edition. 

  • Microsoft appoints new head of Windows Mobile group

    The future of Microsoft's Windows Mobile could take a new direction under new leadership. 

  • Microsoft wins huge Windows Mobile operating system contract

    Microsoft has won its biggest contract to date for the use of its Windows Mobile operating system. The US Census Bureau has signed up for 500,000 devices which will run Windows Mobile 5.0. The devices will be manufactured by Taiwan's High Tech Comput... 

  • Mobile platforms on collision course

    Today there are a dizzying array of mobile platform choices, from Microsoft's .NET and Java, to niche frameworks offered by Pumatech Inc., Sybase's iAnywhere Solutions Inc., and others. But Jack Gold, a vice president with Stamford, Conn.-based Meta ... 

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