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Updates Week of December 29, 2002

Update: FAQs and Reviews

Added the following articles originally published on Microsoft's Pocket PC website:

ActiveSync Troubleshooting

Backwards Compatibility of
the Pocket PC with Palm-size PC Applications

Communicating with Beams of
Light Using Infrared

Configuring LDAP in Inbox

Creating Backups on the Casio

Customizing ActiveSync

Exchanging Word and Pocket
Word Documents

Synchronizing via the USB Port

The Ultimate in High-Speed

What Are
POP3 and IMAP4?

Bill Gates COMDEX Keynote: The Strategic Role of the Pocket PC

New Wireless Connections for the Pocket PC

Staying Connected With the Pretec CompactModem

Transfer Contacts to a Palm or Psion with Peacemaker

Travel Nearly Anywhere with the Xircom CompactCard Modem 56

Windows CE Goes Real Time -- What Does It Mean?
Posted Saturday, January 4, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.45

Update: PocketMac Training Videos

The Quicktime Training Movies contained here are designed to help walk you through some of the most common PocketMac™ features, to help give you a sense of how it works and what to expect. In all, there are 9 movies included here...
Posted Saturday, January 4, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.53

Article: Devil Darts Review

Allen Gall, Games Reviewer on CEWindows.NET reviews Devil Darts:
"Although many people dismiss it as casual entertainment, the game of darts requires a considerable amount of skill, and serious games even require some strategy. Still, darts is one of those athletic activities, like team sports and running, that often doesn't translate well onto an electronic device, especially a handheld with limited a small screen and limited input options.
The first thing that you'll notice when loading up Devil Darts the first time is the quality of presentation. After the status bar indicates that game has finished loading (the load time can be a bit lengthy, especially the first time you load it up), you're taken to the main menu, where you can select opponents, set game options, and start the game. This screen has some spooky background music, and the entire game has the stylish, tongue-in-cheek feel of a graphic novel from an obscure, independent art studio. (The game was originally developed on the Mac by software engineer Jason Kravitz, who enlisted the aid of two graphic artists to revamp the graphics for the Pocket PC version.) The comic book approach suits the game well--after all, how silly is it to play darts in Hell?"
Posted Monday, December 30, 2002 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.57

Update: ISP Settings FAQ

Added T-Mobile and Time Warner Cable (RoadRunner) mail server information to the ISP Settings FAQ. Corrected the information for Earthlink to reflect the changes due it's absorption into Netcom.
Posted Monday, December 30, 2002 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.54

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