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DroppedBoxx is a full-featured Dropbox client for your Windows Mobile phone

Looking for a nice app for your Windows Mobile handset which interfaces with your Dropbox storage? DroppedBoxx might be just the app you've been waiting for. Though still fairly nascent, DroppedBoxx already lets you browse your Dropbox files, download them (with a quick email option), and upload. You can also take a photo and upload it, and the developer plans on adding an option to record and...

WinMoSquare: a FourSquare client for Windows Mobile, now in beta

The Foursquare phenomenon just keeps growing! Amidst rumors that Facebook might enter the location-based check-in arena, Foursquare continues to pick up users and expand to new platforms. Thanks to the service's APIs, an intrepid developer has put together a client for Windows Mobile: WinMoSquare. It joins the roster of other mobile clients for Foursquare, which was already available in some form...

Windows Mobile 7 coming in February, maybe with gestures

Rumors have been flying about an update to Windows Mobile next month, but it was an open question whether it would be Windows Mobile 6.6 or 7. Well, the gadget blogosphere is leaning toward 7. Our sister site, Engadget, saw some confirmation from mobile phone manufacturer LG that WinMo 7 would be out this year, and followed that up with a report from an analyst briefing at Microsoft. Gizmodo got a...

Mobile Minute: WinMo 6.5 caught on tape

Lucky Rob Kerr got a little face time with Windows Mobile 6.5 running on a HTC Touch Diamond2. During the demo you'll thrill to the very Zune-y interface, marvel at the nascent Market Place and plotz when you see the My Phone sync. Yep, My Phone backs up your phone's data to your Windows Live account. The iPhone can't do that, can it? More hot icon and web page rendering action over on the...

Mobile Minute: SugarSync now available for Android

Need to sync files across machines? Need to access those files on your mobile devices? SugarSync to the rescue. There are currently SugarSync clients for WinMo, BlackBerry, iPhone, Mac and Windows, and starting today, Android phones (Android netbooks too, if they ever appear). The apps are free, but you pay for storage, starting at $4.99 a month. You can try it free for 30 days, or keep it free...

Imitation is the sincerest form of fartery

My primary phone is a BlackBerry, but I also own an iPhone with no service contract. Several weeks ago I had the lucky gig of compiling a few fart apps for TUAW, and I was less than impressed with the overall situation. In other words: most fart apps stink. But let's face it, fart apps made a lot of noise for the iPhone, in no small part because Apple initially refused to "pull the finger,"...