In my last blog posts, I talked about the 3rd Party applications you can run on your Windows Mobile device that will 1 - help you be more productive - and 2 - help you work remotely and get from A to B efficiently.
As promised, in the final look at my favourite Windows Mobile Apps I'll mention the "best of the rest" that I have installed on my T-Mobile MDA Vario II Windows Mobile device.
The MDA Vario II has Wi-Fi built into it, but the software for finding Wi-Fi signals that comes with the device is best described as "basic" at best. Aspecto Software's excellent WiFiFoFum is a much more mature alternative which I regularly use to help me set up Wireless Access Points at client sites and to find free Wi-Fi signals when out and about. It provides a wealth of information on nearby signals including an excellent "Radar" mode which shows you in which location the signals are coming Read more [...]
Dare Obasanjo (who's blog is worth reading regularly if you are interested in any behind the scenes Microsoft developments, or the thoughts of a Microsoft employee involved in them) reports that Yahoo! Messenger and Windows Live Messenger Now Interoperate.
It's still a Beta program, and there is plenty of work yet to be done, but it's a step in the right direction.
Of course applications such as Trillian, that allow multiple logons to different IM services have been around for some time - but it's long overdue for the big IM providers to start to get together to provide something "official".
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