HTC keeps pouring on the innovation with new Android and Windows WP7 phones at CTIA this year. First up is the HD7S... a powerhouse of features packed into a 4.3" screen should satisfy any mobile power user. The new devices include a tablet and the pumped-up EVO 3D. Read on for full press info or go here...
Many a cell phone user does not understand the myriad ways a provider can charge them for data usage, and at the heart of this problem are apps (push services for example) that are surreptitiously running up your data connections in the background. This is where an app like Spb Monitor (now available for Android), can greatly helpâ€¦ Read on for full press release infoâ€¦
A tip from WMExperts.com describes how to use a freeware program to turn off the LCD screen on your smartphone during calls to save battery power. Click here for the article.
Amy Mayer from pdastreet.com describes how to send a video you record using your smartphone's camera as an MMS message. Click here for the article.
John Frederick Moore at CNET.com gives advice on how to keep cell phone bills at a manageable level. Click here for the article.
Some Windows Mobile devices do not support Bluetooth's Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), which decodes incoming Bluetooth audio and sends it wirelessly to a Bluetooth headset, allowing a user to enjoy music wirelessly through headphones on the device.
Werner Ruotsalainen discusses the inability of using Wi-Fi to sync using ActiveSync and other options that are available, including Bluetooth. Click here for the article.
Werner Ruotsalainen explains how to obtain the MAC address of your Wi-Fi unit/card using both built-in and third-party applications. Click here for the article.
Werner Ruotsalainen explains how to turn these off in the Settings >Sounds & Notifications menu. Click here for the article.
Werner Ruotsalainen discusses different voice-operated infrared remote controller applications, including VITO Remote and PDAWin TV remote controller 5.5. Click here for the article.
Werner Ruotsalainen discusses the different types of infrared and what devices have the different types. Click here for the article.
Werner Ruotsalainen explains the “toggling” functionality in infrared controllers, or emitting two different commands. Click here for the explanation.
Werner Ruotsalainen discusses how to use your device as an Internet access point through Bluetooth/Wi-Fi. Click here for the article.
Werner Ruotsalainen discusses the different options in remote controller applications. Click here for the article.
Werner Ruotsalainen explains how to watch and listen to RealOne streamed content on Pocket PCs, including using a Wi-Fi access point. Click here for the article.
- Built-in components: The receptivity of the phone’s antenna as well as the quality of the built-in microphone and speaker can affect call quality. Different phones are built with different components, and bad performance may not always be the carrier’s fault. That said, most phone-enabled Windows Mobile devices in the U.S. are sold by carriers, and they test them extensively before offering them.
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