Skydeck has launched a feature-packed beta that syncs what takes place on cell phones to a web page.
The mobile startup’s offering lists all contacts, received calls, missed calls, voicemails and text messages. So much so that the company is calling the new Skydeck "your cell phone, online".
Microsoft has awarded fring’s mobile VoIP application its “Designed for Window Mobile” certification.
The approval is the latest for fring, which has been working to develop its popular IM/ VOIP application for different platforms.
Motorola is to discontinue making phones for Symbian and will instead concentrate on two new platforms: Windows Mobile and Android.
Sanjay Jha, CEO of the Mobile Devices group at Motorola, confirmed what had until now been rumors to Michael Oryl of MobileBurn.
HTC has announced the launch of the MAX 4G, the first dual-mode WiMax/GSM Windows Mobile device.
Undoubtedly the best specced WinMo device so far, calls between MAX 4Gs will automatically be routed over the WiMAX airwaves using VoIP.
iSkoot has announced that its mobile application, iSkoot for Skype, is launching in the Android Market.
It is the first VoIP solution available on Google’s new mobile application store.
Available immediately for download, iSkoot for Skype also runs on nearly all major mobile platforms, including J2ME, S60v3, UIQ, Palm, Windows Mobile and BlackBerry.
Suggestions that a Norweigan developer produced software that allowed Windows Mobile to be run on the iPhone look like being a hoax.
A demonstration shown by iphonefreakz.com of an application that gave users a choice of OS when the iPhone is booted up was part of a viral marketing campaign.
Hewlett-Packard is seeking to capitalise on the success of the iPhone by launching a smartphone that gives it a stronger footing beyond the enterprise market.
The new device will fall into the HP iPAQ line that has been developed around Windows Mobile for business use.
i2Telecom International, Inc, a developer of VoIP products and services, has announced the launch of MyGlobalTalk for BlackBerry and Windows Mobile users.
The software allows uses Internet telephony to make international and long distance cellular calls independent of wireless carrier, smartphone handset make, or voice/data plan for as low as two cents per minute anywhere in the world.