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Choosing the right Mobile Operating System

Good morning from a gloriously and rather unusual sunny Liverpool! 7AM and 18 degrees Celsius, you can’t ask for more!!!

Never before have we seen such diversity in real industry strength operating systems and whilst choice is normally a good thing, too much of a good thing can often be confusing and paralysing when it comes to actually making that choice.  663 more words

Mobile Technology

5 reasons OneNote should be your go-to note taking program

There are many note taking programs out there. While some have great features, none compare to OneNote. While this list is far from comprehensive, here is my top five reasons it should be your go to for note taking and organization. 384 more words

Windows Mobile

Press start here...

Ok, so we are a brand new company entering into the hectic world of online services… so why choose a start up company over the massive choice already out there?   120 more words

New Business

How to get OneNote tasks to your Windows 8 phone

If you’re a OneNote user, and like to have a task list, it’s nice to have those tasks on your phone. Here’s how to get that done. 102 more words

Windows Mobile

Number from picture - suggested mobile OS feature


This picture was shot while traveling in an auto to note that toll-free number (my gas cylinder had run out!). But while copying it into the address book the thought came, “Why can’t Android (i use a Nexus 4 with KitKat 4.4.4) detect the phone number and give me an option to copy it?”. 89 more words

Technology

Windows Phone Emulator error - Couldn't change Processor of the virtual machine

Recently I was requested to create a simple Windows mobile application and I used the below configurations.

  • Windows 8.1 Premier OS (64 bit).
  • VisualStudio 2012 update 4…
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Windows Mobile

Tablets to bridge smartphone-notebook gap

Smartphones (71 percent) and notebooks (74 percent) are widely issued by enterprises. However, according to a Frost & Sullivan  survey, only 47 percent of enterprises issue tablets to their employees.  278 more words

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