Announced at MWC in Barcelona, and now available for free download, BES Express takes the familiar enterprise-grade BlackBerry server, lops off a few features and delivers a surprisingly capable small business mobile email solution. The one thing about BES Express that isn’t Express is the download.
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Mobile World Congress is kicking off on 15 February and with the start date getting closer and closer the rumors of announcements is starting to kick into high gear. Rachel wrote last week that it looks like Windows Mobile 7 may be shown off and announced at MWC. Microsoft still hasn't issued any public announcement that there is such a thing as Windows Mobile/Phone 7, but Steve Ballmer, other Microsoft officials, and partner representatives have all said it will be coming at the end of 2010 so there is no doubt it is real and being worked on. There have been lots of rumors floating around about what the OS contains and this latest post over on PPCGeeks has a long list of possible features and I have to say that some are a bit disturbing to me.
Google demoed an offline version of Gmail for the iPhone and Android that works in airplane mode at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2009 in Barcelona, Spain. The app does its magic by implementing several features found in HTML5, including:Database (W3C HTML5)App Cache (W3C HTML5)GeoLocation (W3C)The unannounced "technical concept" version of Gmail was demoed on the iPhone and the HTC Magic which runs Android.
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