Next Club Pocket PC - Boston Meeting: Wednesday, Sept. 19th#
Post By Don Sorcinelli

In a break from tradition over the last several months, I am pleased to be able to provide information sooner rather than later regarding our next meeting ;-)

Our next meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 19th starting at 6:30 PM at the Microsoft offices in Waltham, MA (201 Jones Road, 6th Floor).

Our main presentation for the evening is entitled "Mobile Web Development 101" . Whether you are interested in creating your own IE Mobile Start Page, a web page or site optimized for Windows Mobile devices or focused on ASP.NET Mobile Controls, this "soup-to-nuts" presentation will focus on the design concepts and tools you can use to mobilize your web content.

As always, there will be a drawing for giveaway items. Last month's giveaways included a copy of Microsoft Office 2007 Ultimate and a Parrot Bluetooth Car Speakerphone, so you never know what is in store for this upcoming meeting.

See you there!

8/28/2007 10:54:28 AM (Eastern Standard Time, UTC-05:00) #     |  Trackback


Tell HP what you want in your next Laptop#
Post By Steve "fyiguy" Hughes


The folks at HP and BuzzCorps want to know what has been missing in the laptop market today and want to fill that void by asking you what you would like to see in your next laptop and what has been missing.

There have been plenty of new laptops recently introduced and there is a great video by Andru from GearLive featuring an interview with Stacy Wolff director of product design for HP, on what goes into great Industrial Design of HPs laptops as well as some of the innovative features in their next line of laptops.

Stemming from this a website was formed by Gnomedex attendees to get a pulse on what power users and shapers of the blogosphere want in their next laptop. Feel free to add any comments and wish list items and we will pass this link along with links from other community sites participating in this wonderful feedback forum. Tell us if you want DVI-D as a standard so with a little adapter you can use VGA, DVI, etc.; modular bays for optical drives and extra batteries; all day battery life; modular WWAN, processor, and GPU cards; both active and passive touch screens; memory up to 8GB; lightweight package with a lightweight power pack (why should the power transformer and associated cords weigh more than your laptop?)

This is your chance to let your voice to be heard on what you want in your next laptop. Make your opinions heard!!!!

8/21/2007 1:51:01 PM (Eastern Standard Time, UTC-05:00) #     |  Trackback


Club Pocket PC - Boston Meeting Wednesday, August 15th#
Post By Don Sorcinelli

The next Club Pocket PC - Boston meeting will be held this Wednesday, August 15th starting at 6:30 PM at the Microsoft offices in Waltham, MA (201 Jones Road, 6th Floor). A note regarding this month's meeting - we will be holding the meeting in the Rhode Island Room (rather than the customary MPR rooms).

Our main topic for this meeting will be a presentation I will be doing entitled "Windows Mobile Security Models - Soup To Nuts". The discussion will cover the various types of security imposed via "locking", the security models for application installation and execution, and the process for obtaining and getting the proper certificate credentials for the Windows Mobile environment. For developers of Windows Mobile applications (both internal enterprise applications and commercial developers), this information is essential for successful deployments. For end-users, this information can be extremely enlightening in answering many questions regarding installing applications to your device.

As always, there will be lots of goodies for our giveaway raffle.

See you there!

8/12/2007 10:21:17 PM (Eastern Standard Time, UTC-05:00) #     |  Trackback


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