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'WinMo Week Twenty Seven (Point Five) - software - Competition time edition' is now live!

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Paul and I are proud to present the WinMo Week Twenty Seven point five - software edition!

Sharing our views, activities and the news in this weeks Windows Mobile world.

As with the hardware edition, this week we're continuing with our new shorter format experiment and switching to a Monday release schedule. Here's those competition details again if you haven't looked at the hardware edition post!

We have an HTC Touch Cruise '09 edition, plus travel adapter pack to give away!

This competition will run across all of our podcasts over four weeks, starting from todays show. You'll need to collect a codeword, mentioned somewhere in each show, and submit all eight after the final episode to a prize draw. So listen in, collect 'em all and good luck!

In this weeks software edition, we're talking about:

  • Geocaching with GCz
  • Samsungs API, allowing developers better access to hardware features
  • The Facebook app, supposedly leaked from Microsoft
  • Pocket Lemmings!

    As with all our shows, this episode is available in standard MP3 format or as an enhanced M4A format with chapters, images and links for use on an iPod or in iTunes. You can get the podcast in the following ways:

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    • Via iTunes (search for MoDaCo!)
    • Via RSS with enclosures - simply add http://feeds.feedburner.com/MoDaCoPodcast (regular) or http://feeds.feedburner.com/MoDaCoPodcastEnhanced (enhanced) to the reader of your choice
    • Your feedback is really valuable and will tell us whether it is worth our while to continue running the podcasts! Do you listen? What do you like? What do you not like? Please leave your feedback in the comments below, or on the phone in number answerphone (which you can also use for questions for the podcast), or rate us on iTunes!

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      +44 1379 888 101

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      You can listen to this weeks show here:

      Link for enclosure purposes: http://donald.modaco.com/podcast/twentysevenpointfive.mp3

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Micros are usually about 35mm film canister size.

If you're really looking for a nano, it will be smaller - often a very small (~1cm long) magnetic screw-top container. They're quite often stuck on to the back of signs, under benches, etc.

Bigging it up from the Amiga massiiive :(

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