It was only a matter of time before the iPad started seeing spyware surface. But I, for one, sure couldn’t have guessed it’d be like this. Mobile Spy is an app (I use the term loosely – I’ll explain in a moment) that allows an individual to collect the usage data of the target device,… Continue reading iPad’s First Spyware is Intentional. Er, what?
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB1-RbH2xtI&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] Like many iPhone-touting certified Apple fanboys, I was extremely curious about Windows Mobile 7. Microsoft literally can’t buy themselves a successful product, but this doesn’t look like a phone born in a boardroom. Did I make a mistake? Did I back the losing team? Of course not. While Windows Mobile 7 looks promising, it… Continue reading Windows Mobile 7.. For iPhone!
Following Monday’s look at Windows Phone 7, Microsoft has released emulation software for those who want to explore the new interface of the OS. The emulator is available at the Microsoft Download center and includes emulation software alongside games and app development and Silverlight code. Interestingly the software lacks support for copy-&-paste and multitasking, which… Continue reading Microsoft Wants to Get Emulated
Like Apple’s iPhone, Microsoft’s forthcoming Windows Phone 7 devices won’t support full multitasking in order to preserve battery life. Google’s Android OS and Palm’s WebOS both support multitasking. This means users can run multiple third-party apps at the same time as the core integrated services. However, users have complained at the impact of this on… Continue reading MIX: Windows Phone 7 Won’t Multitask