The Mobile and Embedded Devices Conference (MEDC) is taking place in Vegas next week, and I thought I'd post a little fun here to get things going.
Mel Sampat stopped by to demo some fancy-schmancy stuff in Windows Mobile 6.0. There's more going on now for both devs and users.
One of the nicer things about 6.0, at least from a dev standpoint, is that the .NET CF 2.0 and SQL Server Compact Edition 2.0 both ship in ROM, meaning you can deploy your nice little apps without having to deploy the runtime as well. That made me happy
In the video, you'll get to see some of what's new with Pocket Outlook, an experimental managed implementation of voice recognition APIs, and more.
It's because of stuff like that (managed voice recognition APIs?)