Windows 8 – Where Mobile Broadband will just work

Windows 8 comes with a number of enhancement for mobile broadband functionality. If you’re interested in the details I recommend you read the content I have referenced at the end of this blog post. But in short if your mobile broadband device meets the Mobile Broadband Interface (MBIM( specification then Windows 8 will load the inbox class driver (MBCD) so there is no need to install 3rd party drivers. If then the operator in a Read More …

Windows 7 Mobile Broadband

Windows 7’s Mobile Broadband enhancements give people a more reliable way to connect to the Internet using a wireless modem. Taking advantage of this feature is just like connecting to any other wireless network, and is done using the View Available Networks feature. This week there have been some questions around the use of mobile broadband with Windows 7, so I’ve started searching the web for information.  and came across the Mobile Broadband Team Blog. Read More …

Microsoft My Phone Beta

Yesterday I received my new mobile phone. Everyone that has switched mobile phones once, knows the pain of getting all the data transferred to the new device. I had heard about the My Phone service from Microsoft, a web based solution that allows you to backup and restore your mobile phone data to a secured web site. So I signed up to http://myphone.microsoft.com. I had all my data synched from my old device to the Read More …

Remote Control your Mobile Phone

The task for this Saturday was to remote control my mobile phone. After a short search on the web I found MyMobileR The first good ting about this application is that it is FREE ! Second it’s easy to install, within seconds i could remotely manage my mobile phone. Using this application allowed me to perform an e-mail account configuration in just a minute, because you can use your PC keyboard to enter data, and Read More …