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Tuesday, 25.07.06
SITE: Know your the::unwired access options
Posted by Arne Hess - at 15:27 CET under 06 - Site News

During the past weeks, I've spoken with some companies and readers and many of them weren't aware, that the::unwired offers a) a perfectly designed mobile version and b) a RSS Feed. So no, you can not come here from your PC or MAC only but also from your mobile devices.
Unlike some other sites, for the mobile version of the::unwired you don't have to remember any different URLs but is simply good enough to get the access to the::unwired - from your Windows Mobile Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition, Smartphone or virtually any other WAP 2.0/xHTML enabled mobiles device as well.
The Content Management System (CMS) does all the rest since it recognizes the device and browser and either serves you the PC version or the mobile device optimized version (bellow the PC version followed by the the mobile version with a QVGA Pocket PC and Smartphone while it also works with CIF and VGA screens):

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Monday, 24.07.06
CHECKING IN: It's me - Thomas Chan - your new contributing Editor (in Training)
Posted by Thomas Chan - at 10:00 CET under 06 - Site News

Hello everyone, my name is Thomas Chan. I am from San Francisco, CA.. I got my MS degree in Computer Science from University of California, Davis. I have been working in the area of telecommunication for 17 years and currently working as a senior software development manager in the area of VoIP application interfaces. During my software engineering life, I also took up IT work on the side to spice up my career as well as learning technology from different perspectives. PC, Pocket PC, mobility, home entertainment, electronics and most technology products are all part of my hobby/interests.

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Sunday, 23.07.06
CHECKING IN AND THOUGHTS: Alfredo Padilla, Contributing Editor (In Training)
Posted by Alfredo Padilla - at 19:22 CET under 06 - Site News

Hello folks, I'd just like to introduce myself as one of the new contributing editors for the:unwired. I have been using Windows Mobile devices for about 2 years now, I started with the venerable HP 4150, and lately have used the HTC Wizard (Cingular 8125) and am now using the HTC Faraday (Cingular 2125). Click on the links for my reviews of both those devices. I'd also like to share a few thoughts about my dream device with you, after the jump.

One of the things that has happened in the past year is that we have seen a proliferation of Windows Mobile devices, mostly from HTC, but with a few others thrown in for good measure. There has been the development of exciting new form factors such as the sliding keyboard (HTC Wizard/TyTn), slim clamshell (HTC Star Trek) and smartphone with qwerty keyboard (Motorola Q). However, despite these developments, I must say that none of these devices hits my "sweet spot". I love the devices I've used, but what I'm looking for just does not exist yet.

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Friday, 21.07.06
CHECKING IN: It's me - Daniel Simnacher - your new contributing Editor (in Training yet)
Posted by Daniel Simnacher - at 19:35 CET under 06 - Site News

Hi everybody out there, some of you might ask yourself, who are those new guys writing on the::unwired?
Well I think that's a good question and this is a good chance to change this situation and introduce myself, so here we go.

My name is Daniel Simnacher, I'm 28 years old guy from Germany, living near Stuttgart (the home town of Daimler Chrysler).

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