Home > Windows > Windows Mobile 6 ReviewWindows Mobile 6 Review Submitted by chungkingxpress 2007-02-08 Windows 8 CommentsMicrosoft’s new smart phone OS is evolutionary, it’s faster and offers many welcome productivity improvements. Read the review here. Update: One more. About The Author Eugenia LoliEx-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker.Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 8 Comments 2007-02-08 9:28 pm stestaggMicrosoft’s new <insert name here> OS/Office Suite is evolutionary, it’s faster and offers many welcome productivity improvements. 2007-02-08 10:48 pm PJBonoVoxI haven’t been too impressed with Windows Mobile up until now, but the fact that the writer has made a point of mentioning it’s stability, this might be able to woo me back! 2007-02-09 12:02 am Jon DoughI dunno; I have a Dell Axim X51v with WM5 that I absolutely love. While it does have wireless & bluetooth, I rarely use that functionality. I don’t surf the net or do email on it. I do use the calendar & task list extensively, along with note-taking and other items. That being the case, WM6 doesn’t appear to be a compelling upgrade for me. 2007-02-09 2:23 am ebasconpiPhone looks nice, but you cannot do anything different from the phone functionality; same for Windows Mobile devices.Let’s wait for OpenMoko and the new race of phones next to it!!!! OpenMoko is a true linux box with X, a compiler and all the tools needed to create whatever you want!Why buyin’ a device with no extensible functionality? 2007-02-09 6:13 am RayziPhone looks nice, but you cannot do anything different from the phone functionality; same for Windows Mobile devices.That is true for the iPhone, but not for Windows Mobile devices. You can load third party applications onto those.Let’s wait for OpenMoko and the new race of phones next to it!!!! OpenMoko is a true linux box with X, a compiler and all the tools needed to create whatever you want!Does Joe User really needs a compiler taking up space on his smartphone? 2007-02-09 3:01 pm eggsPlus you can download Visual C# 2005 for free and write a program for Windows Mobile. 2007-02-09 3:37 pm gfx1Not with the free downloadable edition, the mobile development thingy (approx 900MB download) requires a paid version… 2007-02-09 5:40 pm eggsOh, my bad… I have Professional at work and Standard at home.