Windows Phone

Armpocket Finally Gets Armbands Right for Athletes!

  I am an avid runner and cyclist and soon to be triathlete if I can ever get better at swimming. Right now, while I run and cycle, I seem to be running into the sake [...]

iPhones Are Preferred by 71 Percent of Congress

If congress has a 14% approval rating, could that mean that only 14% of you would even care about what smart phone they have? Well, being that we seem heavily dominated by Windows Phone fans here, [...]

Microsoft: Promote Universal Apps

I had some downtime yesterday and decided to browse the Windows 8 Store. After poking around Featured, Top Free, New & Rising, and a couple other categories, I took at look at the three tabs across [...]

Email is still Windows Phone’s Achilles heel: Denim doesn’t address it

To this day, I can’t recommend Windows Phones to any business user and it’s the same reason as it was the day the platform was released. If you use your phone for work, you care about [...]

TouchRetouch – A Universal App

When I downloaded TouchRetouch to my phone last week, I was impressed. When I discovered that TouchRetouch is now available in the Windows Store as a Universal App (pay once, get it everywhere) I was excited. [...]

Wunderlist, or WunderBUST, or maybe WunderLESS

It’s no secret that I am a task/to-do application maven, constantly seeking the Holy Grail of task apps. Not that I suffer from acute CRS (Can’t Remember Shit). It’s just that I was brought up on [...]

Norm MacDonald Shares a Robin Williams Story

A friend posted on Facebook this morning. I clipped all the tweets into a single page below.   Here is the original link from The Daily Banter    And here is a link to the full [...]

HTC One M8 for Windows Phone Immediate Launch Impressive

The fact that HTC could announce their latest Windows Phone flagship One (M8) for Windows Phone and actually have the device in stores less than a week later is beyond impressive, if it happens. It marks [...]

Windows Phone Store Reaches 300K Apps

I can remember a time when 300,000 apps was enough for anyone to choose from. Not anymore. At least 1,000,000 as I am made to understand. If you spent 15 seconds looking at each App Store [...]

Microsoft’s Daily Challenge

Mobility Digest’s internal staffnotify mail is a constant flow of chatter relating to one subject or another. Often times it has been shared with our readers as “Mobility Leaks”. One common theme that has been popping [...]