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Rhomobile – multi-mobile device development platform

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Rhomobile bills itself as: Smartphone apps made easy. AND: Native applications with full device capabilities.e Write once: instantly build for every device. Native applications with full device capabilities: GPS, PIM, camera & more. Single codebase. Build for iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Symbian, Android. Note – at the time of my testing (early December, 2009) I Continue reading →

Most impressive Mobile Application for (Smart phones)

Friday, September 4th, 2009

Drum rolllllllllllllllllllll – at this time (summer 2009)  and based on my (perhaps limited) review, I would have to say that the Android phone is at the top of the list of smart phones providing applications where real-time data is combined with a large database to provide localized, right-now, right-where-I-am, dynamic information.  So what’s the Continue reading →

HTC Touch Pro 2 Review (Windows Mobile 6)

Monday, August 31st, 2009

When searching for information on on the latest batch of Windows Mobile phones (summer 2009) it is easy to get confused  – it seems that some phone models with the same names are not actually the same.  I downloaded the HTC Touch Pro 2 manual from the HTC web site – after reviewing the manual Continue reading →

Android G2 programming 101

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

CAVEAT – I’m not a Java programmer so all of the basic information is missing from my arsenal (i.e. naming conventions, common goodies, stuff you should know before you say, “Yea, I’m a Java programmer.”)  With that in mind some of the problems I encountered reflect this lack of knowledge as well as not having Continue reading →

Android G2 – review continues – quirks

Monday, August 10th, 2009

8/11/09 — Random FIND – the MyTouch PDF user Manual! 🙂  When I first searched for one (and even now) I was getting few direct hits from T-Mobile or Google/Android; most of the results were sites trying to sell what-ever.  Here’s a thought, perhaps T-Mobile could include a direct link from their pages advertising the Continue reading →

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