the::unwired tells us about a rumor that Vista users might have the ability in the future to have SideShow on their Windows Mobile device. This is very interesting as SideShow has been largely ignored for the most part.
Rumors include bluetooth control in addition to the interactive interface. For all the Shadow users, are there any features in SideShow that would make this a perfect addition to your Shadow?
The Download Squad has an article on a freeware that helps Mac users sync their Windows Mobile T-Mobile Shadow. Called SyncMate, it apparently can sync everything from your favorits and contacs to converting video for your Shadow.
Do we have any Mac users that have tried this? Does it work as advertised?
In this video we present a quick browsing tip and introduce the beta of Live Search for Windows Mobile that includes Voice recognition. Remember, if there is something you want to know about the Shadow feel free to ask!
If you would like to jump right into the newer Live Search for Windows Mobile just point your Shadow’s browser to m.live.com, select “Download interactive maps”, on the next screen select “Download” and you will be on your way to a better search experience. Don’t miss out on the video for a quick introduction to it’s features.
T-Mobile worked with Microsoft on this new Windows Mobile homescreen interface dubbed ‘Neo’. The results are a friendlier more efficient interface and it is definitely worth checking out. Watch the video for more…
I have had a chance to use the T-Mobile Shadow for a few days now and I would like to report on my findings.
Overall it has a solid smooth feel when in hand. The Screen is slick and although you can get some fingerprints on it quickly they do not inhibit viewing the screen at all. The screen is vibrant and bright and works well with the device.
The sliding action is great. It is smooth and silent, almost like a well oiled folding blade. It doesn’t accidentally slide open either. There are settings to allow the opening/closing of the keyboard to answer/end a call. By default it is set to answer when opened and no effect when closed. More >
The Shadow is here! This thing is slick. Check out this video for Part One of the unboxing. The T-Mobile Shadow has the new NEO interface that takes Windows Mobile to a whole new level of useability.
Be sure to come back soon for more indepth videos and a look inside the T-Mobile Shadow