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Smartphones Council Roundup #1

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Smartphones-Council

We have teamed up with some of the other Smartphone Sites and together we will be bring you ” Smartphones Council Roundups ” every week. Today the council reviews eWallet 7 for Windows Mobile, tries to crown the best mobile technologies of the decade, predicts beyond any doubt what will happen in 2010 and sends a message to Microsoft regarding Live Anywhere and Windows Mobile 7.

JAMM: eWallet 7 for Windows Mobile

eWallet 7

eWallet 7

With the recent release of eWallet 7 for Windows Mobile by iLium Software, JAMM decided to give the application a try on an HTC Touch Pro.

Check out the full Review on justanothermobilemonday


Mobile Spoon: Best Mobile Technologies of the Decade

MobileSpoon

MobileSpoon

SMS? T9? GPS? iPhone or maybe the Droid?
What were the 10 mobile technologies that really changed our world in the decade that just ended? And what are the most overrated ones?

Find out by checking out the full story on MobileSpoon


MobilityDigest: 10 Predictions for 2010

in 2010

in 2010

This week Mobility Digest gazed into their crystal ball and made ten predictions for 2010. Predictions included the rise of voice controls, networks getting bogged down by VOIP , the late arrival of WM7 which will finally meets expectations (much like Windows 7 did), the advancement of browser wars , etc

Head over and join the discussion on : MobilityDigest


Our Story : Live Anywhere is coming back!

LiveAnywhere

LiveAnywhere

Back in 2006 during E3 , a prototype of Live Anywhere was showcased. It was a vision where anyone with a mobile device could track their gamer tag, message friends, purchase content for that device or set it to download to another device, and compare rankings with your buddies on various gaming titles by making the xBox Live a part of the Mobile World..

Read the full story : 1800PocketPC


The Smartphones Council:

MobilityDigest
1800PocketPC
The Mobile Spoon
JAMM – Just Another Mobile Monday

Site owners, wanna join the Smartphones Council? Contact us.

Author: 1800PPC Contributor

This is a test 1800Pocket/PC (1800PPC) account for improving the user experience and also includes articles written by 1800PPC founder and former Editor in Chief Saijo George as well as contributors from 2008 to 2013 such as Yanko Andreev and Cris Rowlands. If you would like to contribute to 1800PPC as a writer, contact Josh Nay

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