Vodafone inked a deal with Microsoft to launch a mobile version of MSN Messenger, starting with a beta in July. The service will operate like MSN's traditional IM client, but for an extra fee.
Mobile phone maker Sendo is reportedly looking for a buyer. The company makes custom handsets to carrier specifications. The company was the center of much press attention several years ago when
Microsoft has tapped Aruba Networks to install next-generation wireless LANs on its corporate campuses. The deal calls for Aruba to deliver 5,000 ultra-thin wireless access points for deployment in
Microsoft has posted an official roadmap for mobile Web technologies based on ASP.NET. ASP.NET 2.0 doesn't exactly sound like a revolution, but it does add some
TiVo, the company best known for its time-shifting digital video recorders, has joined with Microsoft to offer its TiVoToGo feature on Windows Mobile-based Portable Media Centers powered by Intel.
Microsoft has announced some of the new features available in the WM 5.0 Messaging and Security Pack. New features include support for direct push messaging, certificate-based
Engadget has posted the second part of its interview with Microsoft's Bill Gates. In this installment Gates discusses Tablet PCs, HD-DVD versus Blu-ray, and the Media Center PC.
Microsoft is soliciting comments about what new APIs should be included in the future versions of Windows Mobile. Make your voice heard!
Wireless USB took a step forward this week when the W-USB Promoters Group announced that it had completed work on the specification and that devices could become available as soon as year's end.
As expected, Microsoft formally announced Windows Mobile 5.0 (Magneto) at the Mobile & Embedded