What’s on my Windows Phone

What better way to restart blogging (more on that later) than by talking about Windows Phone?  And my Windows Phone, no less. No, not as though mine is better than yours, but as in the personal guiding principle of Windows Phone (remember: Personal, Relevant, Connected) . To that end, I…

Migrating from eWallet to KeePass (and using KeePass on WP7)

Update 2011-02-08: New versions of both 7Pass and PassKeeper have been released. I have updated this post accordingly as well as corrected some errors from the original post. Also, read the comments for a message from Ilium about eWallet vs eWallet GO! As a long-time Ilium Software eWallet user on…

Exchange ActiveSync Considerations for Windows Phone 7 clients

This TechNet wiki article explains some details regarding using Windows Phone 7 based Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) clients in an Exchange Server environment. It also touches one of the questions I’ve seen asked frequently as of late, which is “Which EAS policies does Windows Phone 7 support?”. From the article,…

The Mobile Minute 202

Doug Boling blogs about WP7 multitasking Get behind the scenes on Windows Phone 7 emulator- Direct from the product team! Some details on Windows Mobile 6.5.3 – From Microsoft, no less. U.S. mobile operator grading/ranking for Q1 2010- Interesting results in this analysis from Strategy Analytics (/via…

The Mobile Minute 201

Office Mobile 2010 free for Windows Mobile 6.5- Go get it 6.5 owners! SAP buys Sybase for US $5.8B- Wow! Om has an initial  analysis on the SAP/Sybase deal Run the Windows Phone 7 emulator standalone- Great for testing many things No Skype for Windows…

The Mobile Minute 200

200… woohoo! Apple calls BS on NPD data- Says no way that Android outsold iPhone. Bing for Windows Phones updated- Now with turn-by-turn navigation.  Awesome! (Although, sadly, VZW customers are left out..I presume that was not at Microsoft’s discretion) VZW + Google == tablet?- So it seems. FCC…