Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 11th Feb 2007 15:09 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "With Windows Mobile 6, Microsoft set a skilled handyman to work on the creakier joists of its mobile operating system, but stopped well short of a gut renovation. The new OS is really more of an honorable Version 5.5 than a true 6 - an accumulation of new, useful features that doesn't disturb the operating system's underpinnings or solve some of its deeper problems."
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don't agree
by Eugenia on Sun 11th Feb 2007 18:20 UTC
Eugenia
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2005-06-28

The inclusion of the SIP support alone, plus true independant resolution support, does it for me.

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RE: don't agree
by Jesuspower on Mon 12th Feb 2007 03:41 in reply to "don't agree"
Jesuspower Member since:
2006-01-28

Not every OS change has to be something radically new. People thought XP was a radically new version of Windows. Besides, resolution independance really is enough to have a new Windows Mobile.

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