by Michael Fisher | March 11, 2014 12:03 PM
Even at launch, there was nothing humble about the HTC HD2. With the largest screen ever grafted onto a smartphone, the first-of-its-kind Qualcomm Scorpion SoC, and the heaviest skin ever crafted for a Windows Mobile device (here called "HTC Sense" for the first time), the HD2 was a behemoth – the biggest spec beast ever devised. It married the touch-and-go simplicity of the iPhone with the power of WinMo 6 to produce the best Microsoft-powered smartphone anyone could ask for ... and back in 2009, there was no shortage of asking, with the device selling out repeatedly over its initial ...
by Stephen Schenck | May 24, 2013 5:08 PM
If we're to believe the rumors, HTC has found itself in a pretty dark place lately. Executives are jumping ship, and high-profile phones like the First with its Facebook integration are failing to resonate with users. As such, it's probably a more important time than ever to take a step back and look at where HTC has come from – that this is a company that has been riding the ups and downs of the mobile game for years now, and has so far managed to find a way to always come right back up swinging. That makes this clip here particularly nice, with HTC just releasing a short video ...
by Adam Z. Lein | May 16, 2012 7:06 AM
On May 17th (this Friday), Microsoft will be closing down the Marketplace for Windows Mobile 6.x. This was a pretty short-lived endeavor that made app purchasing and downloading a bit easier on the old Windows Mobile compared to having to manually download installation files, copy them to your device, and install them from there. You could easily access the Windows Mobile Marketplace both from the on-device app as well as the web browser. If you're still using a good old Windows Mobile classic device or think you may want to go back and use one someday, you may want to archive the ...
Posts tagged with: Windows Mobile 6.x