Pocket PC

Published February 5th, 2015 by editor

Why pay when you can get it for free?

While we recognize that there are many very useful paid Pocket PC software out there, with minimum costs, it’s always best to maximize your resources by looking first for free software you can use.

The internet has a plethora if useful sites that offer free downloads, as well as reviews of free Pocket PC software applications that tackle a range of tasks. Make sure to read the reviews carefully first, as well as looking at any feedback from previous downloaders. Applications that have a lot of downloads also helps, which tell you that many people have already used that particular software and the application itself is tried and tested already. Also make sure that you’re downloading from trusted sites, so you can avoid any nasty surprises from suspicious sites.

Published January 8th, 2015 by Kitch

PocketTV Classic


Pocket TV Classic is a freeware that allows you to play any standard MPEG 1 movie file on your windows mobile 5 or 6 phone. This is made specifically for Windows Mobile.  This freeware is one of the most downloaded in the market.  It provides you with unsurpassed video and audio quality, it can also stream MPEG video files provided that your phone/pocket PC has wireless network connection. You can also convert your DVD to MPEG and download thousands of MPEG files to enjoy! It works for the following devices:

Windows Mobile Phone/ Smartphone

Legacy Pocket PC Phone / and Pocket PC

Legacy Handheld PC

Legacy Casio Pocket Manager

It is free and easy to download. Just go to the download section and click and follow instructions. It is one hundred percent safe and virus free. Most users recommend this because it is award winning and user friendly. So what are you still waiting for? Get it now!


Published December 18th, 2014 by Ceasar

A True iPhone Rival: G1

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It is now said that even though the Android powered G1 is not that very sleek looking and the hardware is quite not so-so, it has stood up to be the greatest competitor of Apple’s iPhone. G1 is very easy to use. It has a user friendly interface and it starts and ends with a home screen full of icons. When you flick to the left or right, you can browse other panes. You can just tap on them. The Menu key opens up many contextual options. The status bar provides info of the battery, the current time, signal bar and mail alert pop ups. G1 expectedly has one of the neatest web browser on a smart phone. Specially powered by Google. So if i were you, try out the newest smart phone G1 without spending too much.

Published December 11th, 2014 by Ceasar

Fujitsu-Siemens Pocket Loox 600

Fujitsu released a pocket pc that is one of a kind. Physical feature of this pocket pc includes: It has an up/down jog wheel (missing from many Pocket PCs) that can make navigating around lists and WebPages much easier. Aside from that it also has an IR or infrared port and an SD card socket for additional memory. On the right of this device is a slide switch use to switch the Bluetooth module on and off also a button for voice recording. Then at the top, there’s a slot for the telescopic stylus, a stereo headphone and a CF slot for expansion. There’s a concealed hardware reset switch, main adapter socket and also the data connector at the bottom. The Loox has a few extras, such as a light sensor, a built-in mic and a fairly powerful speaker.

Published December 4th, 2014 by Hannah

The rise of Pocket PC

The Pocket PC is made for the main purpose of making PC software applications be readily and conveniently used together with the ever more developing gadgets and electronic devices. The rise of pocket PC basically made technology lovers more inclined to its usage and even those that are not to eventually find the importance of having these gadgets consisting of numerous applications that appear to be of great use. From the comfort of one’s home, to one’s workplace, these popular software applications of various uses such as communication and information dissemination, people are able to readily access its features for his or her benefit. It will definitely be the case that the Pocket PC will continuously arise and its usage will as always be appreciated. This successful creation is only a proof that people have more to expect in the aspect of technology development and definitely, it will continuously develop for the main drive of benefitting the majority.

Published November 20th, 2014 by Ceasar

HTC’s pocket-sized powerhouse

HTC has introduced the newest addition to its array of devices, they call it the Shift. It is a pint-sized computer which gives users the benefit of browsing and sending e-mails without the weight of their standard laptops. This new device is half the size of a normal notebook and a half of its weight.

Despite its small package, this pocket pc is powered by Microsoft Windows Vista and packs in a 40GB hard drive, as well as multiple connectivity options like HSDPA (high speed downlink packet access), Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity. It also utilizes Microsoft’s Origami software enhancement to allow improved access to information and calendaring tools. The HTC Shift will be available in the market starting April at a price of $2,188.

Published November 13th, 2014 by editor


Using the on-screen keyboard is almost as impossible, that most either require a QWERTY pad in their pocket PC-enabled phones or PDAs. However, there’s a program that will help you use the on-screen keyboard and stylus, and not have a hard time using them: the Shapewriter:

ShapeWriter’s award winning technology elevates touch screen devices to new levels of usability. Instead of “hunting and pecking” letters, single gestures on a touch keyboard produce an entire word. For example: a stroke that roughly connects the w, o, r and d keys is recognized by ShapeWriter’s intelligent algorithms as the word “word”. Experienced users can write much faster on ShapeWriter than on a conventional keyboard. All ShapeWriter products run in real time on mobile devices and feature advanced editing, automatic formatting and capitalization, error tolerance, misspelling correction, and gesture commands.

Available here

Published October 29th, 2014 by Ceasar

Motorola Mobile Acquired by Google

In the never ending move to expand it’s empire, and hopefully step on less toes in the computing industry, search engine giant Google expands yet again by acquiring Motorola Mobility. This may be a sign of their race to get some share of the mobile market ruled by Apple Inc. and others who are using their Android platform but it may simply be a move to end their never ending nagging with them regarding patents and others.

The acquisition gets Google Inc. and additional 17,000 patents with 7,000 under process/application that were previously owned by Motorola. They may simply have had enough of the patent fights, bickering and decided to take the fight to them in the market they oh so love and rule.

Published October 15th, 2014 by Ceasar

Pocket Plus

image-3.jpgHere is the new distinguished service pack by Microsoft with new features that most people feel have missed in the original Windows Mobile. Spb Pocket Plus was last updated on Dec.6, 2007 with a version of 4.0.2. It is the most powerful plug-in today. It is a well � programmed gadget that is easily used via tabs. Its features include: different beautiful skins, easy and smart scrolling, ZIP file support in the file explorer, fast searching using the installed advanced Internet explorer, easily closed buttons, more additional commands, and automatic recover to normal mode. It requires Windows 2003, Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC, Windows Mobile 6 Classic or Professional device. So this software is surely suitable for those who frequently use their phone and want to spend less time finding things out.

Published September 17th, 2014 by Hannah

The Development of the Pocket PC software

When pocket PC came to existence, its usage was limited to emailing, setting appointments and reminders, and browsing. These usages back then were much appreciated by technology lovers. Due to the continuous demand towards providing a wider and more beneficial service, the so-called “techies” strived to develop the pocket pc and its software to what it is at present. Nowadays, people make use of the pocket PC as often as they use their mobile phones and their computers and still get almost the same use from it. The money and time that they spend over these are believed to be worth it mainly because these are made for the purpose of providing ease in attaining and accomplishing one’s everyday needs, wants, activities, and priorities. Various types of software are now available for numerous users and there is a continuous increase in variety just to satisfy the demand of the consumers. Nowadays, software applications of the pocket PC cater to maps, media, sports, and others.