21 Aralık 2009 Pazartesi

1,2,3 Ocakta bir aks

1,2,3 Ocakta bir aksilik olmazsa İstanbulda olacağım...

25 Kasım 2009 Çarşamba

Ateşler içinde yan

Ateşler içinde yanıyorum... Hasta oldum... Yarın da okul var napcaz bakalım

22 Kasım 2009 Pazar

Mermurluk başvurusu

Mermurluk başvurusunda bulundum... Hayırlısı bakalım...

25 Ekim 2009 Pazar

Haftaiçi 30 saat, h

Haftaiçi 30 saat, haftasonu 16 saat çalışınca insan baya bi yoruluyormuş... Ara yok yarın tekrar devamm...

23 Eylül 2009 Çarşamba

Bolu Ticaret Meslek

Bolu Ticaret Meslek Lisesinde yarın öğretmenliğe başlıyorum...

29 Ağustos 2009 Cumartesi

Windows Mobile 6.5 İçin Yeni Düzenleme

Microsoft Windows Mobile 7 ye doğru ilerlerken Windows Mobile 6.5 içinde güzel düzenlemeler yapıyor.

Bakalım ne gibi değişiklikler olmuş bu seferki düzenlemede.


Videodan kısaca bahsetmek gerekirse.

Microsoft 6.5 ile Start menü de büyük bir değişiklik yapmıştı. Bu düzenleme öncesinde Start menü de ikonlar alfabetik sıralama ile karşımıza gelirken. Bu düzenlemede de karşımıza alfabetik sıra ile gelir fakat biz istersek bu ikonları üzerine basılı tutarak istediğim gibi tekrar düzenleyebiliyoruz.

Video dili Almanca ama pek de önemle değil anlattıkları anlaşılıyor…

25 Ağustos 2009 Salı


Microsoft’s OneApp

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15 Ağustos 2009 Cumartesi

Dorthy Browser Beta

Dorthy Browser Beta

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14 Ağustos 2009 Cuma

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26 Temmuz 2009 Pazar

25 Temmuz 2009 Cumartesi

22 Temmuz 2009 Çarşamba

SmsProApplication Be

SmsProApplication Beta sürümü önümüzdeki hafta çıkar gibi...

13 Temmuz 2009 Pazartesi

SmsProApplication ü

SmsProApplication üzerinde çalışıyor... ( Windows Mobile uygulaması )

10 Temmuz 2009 Cuma

Şimdi haber aldım

Şimdi haber aldım SBS'de 8.Sınıflarda bir öğrencim Türkiye 60 ıncısı olmuş. Tebrikler...

8 Haziran 2009 Pazartesi

15 den sonraki iki h

15 den sonraki iki hafta hayatımın dönüm noktası olcak...

5 Haziran 2009 Cuma

Kendi blogum ve C# T

Kendi blogum ve C# Türk - Türkiye'nin C# Okulu da Windows Mobil Programlama ile alakalı yazılarım başladı. www.mobileagenda.org / www.csharpturk.net/makaleler.apsx

4 Haziran 2009 Perşembe

28 Mayıs 2009 Perşembe

27 Mayıs 2009 Çarşamba

Vista kullananlar i�

Vista kullananlar için beklenen iyileştirici ve hızlandıracağı söylenen SP2 çıktı. http://htxt.it/EQcM

19 Mayıs 2009 Salı

16 Ocak 2009 Cuma

HTC’s 2009 lineup leaked

There has been a rather interesting leak this afternoon, and I don’t mean the onion kind! The folks over at DIYPDA.com (via PPCGeeks via wmpoweruser and thanks to Edwardo for the heads-up!) has posted extensive photos of HTC’s handset lineup for 2009!

Looks like HTC are continuing to name their newer models after precious stones and metals with an excellent looking Diamond replacement in the Topaz and what looks like the rumoured QWERTY keyboarded version of the Touch HD in HTC Rhodium. I particularly like the look of the new HTC Athena (HTC Advantage) based device the HTC Athena 2 or HTC Thoth as it’s called here. There are even a couple of Android units in there if that tickles your fancy!

11 Ocak 2009 Pazar

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3 Ocak 2009 Cumartesi

Battle of the Touch-Screen Smartphones

The iPhone may have started the touch-screen smartphone trend, but these days, there's no shortage of competition. Which handset is right for you?

After years of fiddly devices that required a stylus to operate, the time is finally right to buy a touch-screen smartphone. The tipping point came when Apple shook up the market with the finger-friendly iPhone. Since then, competitors have popped up all over the place.

Several early iPhone clones were nothing more than thinly disguised feature phones. The LG Dare, for example, is a slick and powerful touch option on Verizon, even though it sports a screen with lower resolution than that of the iPhone. Similarly, the Samsung Instinct is a solid, inexpensive choice for Sprint subscribers. And the Instinct is a better deal today for two reasons: It now works with the excellent Opera Mini 4.2 browser, and Sprint added over-the-air calendar sync with Microsoft Outlook and Exchange via the carrier's new Mobile Email WORK service.

The Dare and the Instinct aren't true smartphones, however, so they are of little consequence to someone looking for a handset that can support native third-party applications. If you want a touch-screen smartphone, though, you still have plenty of options. In addition to its touch screen, the T-Mobile G1, the first real Google Android smartphone, sports a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The BlackBerry Storm 9530, meanwhile, is the first touch-screen BlackBerry ever and offers a unique spin on the touch interface with its click-enabled LCD. Other companies have also followed suit, with touch-screen Windows Mobile handsets like the slider HTC Touch Pro and the iPhone-esque Samsung Omnia, both of which put a finger-friendly face on the notoriously finicky WM interface. Even Nokia has entered the fray after years of keyboarded smart devices with the Symbian-based 5800 XPressMusic.

See how the features on these touch-screen smartphones stack up side by side, or click through to the full reviews below.

Smartphones Featured in This Roundup

Apple iPhone 3G (AT&T)

With the advent of the App Store, the iPhone 3G is now a full-fledged handheld computing platform. It's also a great iPod and—finally—a decent-sounding voice phone. This second-gen version adds high-speed data access, a true GPS radio, and an improved 3.5mm headphone jack. (It's also half the price of the original iPhone.)

BlackBerry Storm 9530 (Verizon Wireless)

The Storm's innovative touch screen acts like one giant mouse button that clicks when you press it. That's good for some things, but typing sure feels weird; this one is definitely a try-before-you-buy handset. It's a genuine BlackBerry otherwise, with powerful push e-mail for up to ten accounts. Interface oddities and some bugs aside, the Storm is a gorgeous smartphone.

HTC Touch Pro (Sprint)

The Touch Pro is probably the best example of HTC's TouchFLO-equipped smart devices. Its slick, five-row keyboard and full VGA screen are huge pluses. Unfortunately, its sluggish, obstinate Windows Mobile roots drag it down—even though the Touch Pro offers the same powerful document-editing and synchronization capabilities as other Microsoft-based handsets.

Nokia 5800 XPressMusic (Unlocked)
Nokia's first touch-screen smartphone offers some unique features, but like Research in Motion, Nokia didn't get everything right on its first outing. Still, the 5800 is a capable voice phone that works with Nokia's unique (and free) Comes With Music service. (Note: In the case of the 5800 XPressMusic, we reviewed a prerelease model; the final version is expected to hit stores within a few weeks.)

Samsung Omnia SCH-i910 (Verizon Wireless)

Verizon's version of the Samsung Omnia is much better than the expensive, buggy, unlocked model we first reviewed in early fall. The Omnia's 5-megapixel camera, video-recording capabilities, and strong Opera Web browser mark it as a powerful multimedia phone—even if its interface isn't all that responsive.

T-Mobile G1 (T-Mobile)

Android, Google's long-awaited open-source mobile OS, has finally hit the market in the guise of the T-Mobile G1, a slider smartphone that looks a lot like the carrier's popular Sidekick. The G1 features a solid Web browser, good call quality, and excellent integration with Google's various services. It needs more software on the multimedia side before it will catch the class leaders, though.

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