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Mobile Phones have advanced a great deal, even since WAP, WML, Wireless Markup Language.

The speed of data flow has increased and the quality of displays have improved.

Mobile phones can and do include a lot more these days.

They could have GPS, (Global Positioning Systems), to sense where they are, (and display advertisement relative to the geographic position of the phone).

Mobile Phone may have sensors to tell there orientation, (held vertical, horizontally or even at a different angle), and display advertisements could change relative to the angle of the phone.

They may have inbuilt accelerometer to sense movement and speed which could be used.

With in-built cameras it may be possible for a Mobile Phone code to detect the face of a person using it, (is it the owner or someone else?), and display relevant messages for that person.

This can make Mobile Phones more dynamic.

Announcing Windows Phone 8. Officially announcement of Windows Phone 8. (My YouTube Link)

 

Announcing Windows Phone 8. Officially announcement of Windows Phone 8.

Windows Phone 8. Officially announced in San Francisco, it’s the most advanced mobile OS Microsoft has ever made and will arrive on new phones later this year.

Windows Phone 8 supports popular gaming middleware such as Havok Vision Engine, Autodesk Scaleform, Audiokinetic Wwise, and Firelight FMOD, as well as native DirectX-based game development.

This new shared core—along with all the extra work we’ve done on top of it—opens up a new world of capabilities, which you don’t have to be a techie to appreciate. Here’s a taste:
Multi-core processor support: As reviewers have noted, Windows Phone runs buttery smooth on phones with a single processor. But piggybacking on the Windows core provides support for multiple cores—so we’re ready for whatever hardware makers dream up.

Bigger, sharper screens: Windows Phone 8

supports two new screen resolutions—1280x768 and 1280x720, opening the door to amazing new handsets with high-definition 720p displays.
More flexible storage: Windows Phone 8 supports removable MicroSD cards, so you can stuff your phone with extra photos, music, and whatever else is important to you, and then easily move it all onto your PC.

NFC wireless sharing: If you haven’t heard the term “NFC” yet, I’m betting you soon will. This emerging wireless technology lets phones share things over short distances. In Windows Phone 8, it helps make sharing photos, Office docs, and contact info easier—just tap your phone another NFC-equipped device. How cool is that?

Internet Explorer 10: The next version of Windows Phone comes with the same web browsing engine that’s headed for Window 8 PCs and tablets. IE10 is faster and more secure, with advanced anti-phishing features like SmartScreen Filter to block dangerous websites and malware.

Wallet: Windows Phone 8’s new digital Wallet feature does two great things. It can keep debit and credit cards, coupons, boarding passes, and other important info right at your fingertips. And when paired with a secure SIM from your carrier, you can also pay for things with a tap of your phone at compatible checkout counters.

 

Announcing Windows Phone 8. Officially announcement of Windows Phone 8.

Better maps and directions: Windows Phone 8 builds in Nokia mapping as part of the platform. Our partnership will provide more detailed maps and turn-by-turn directions in many countries, plus the ability to store maps offline on your phone so you can work with maps without a data connection.

Cooler apps and games: Basing Windows Phone 8 on the Windows core will unleash a new wave of amazing apps and especially games, for reasons I’ll touch on in a moment.

100,000 apps and beyond.  To mark the milestone, they have announced a new batch of marquee titles. The official Audible app for audiobooks arrives in Marketplace today. Official apps from Chase and PayPal are in the works. Gameloft has Windows Phone versions of Asphalt 7: Heat and N.O.V.A. 3 Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance on the way.

Developers, developers, developers

Since we’re talking about apps, I want to tell developers a little bit about what they can expect in Windows Phone 8. Some of the exciting changes on the way include: Native code support: Windows Phone 8 has full C and C++ support, making it easier to write apps for multiple platforms more quickly. It also means Windows Phone 8 supports popular gaming middleware such as Havok Vision Engine, Autodesk Scaleform, Audiokinetic Wwise, and Firelight FMOD, as well as native DirectX-based game development.

In-app purchase: In Windows Phone 8 we make it possible for app makers to sell virtual and digital goods within their apps.

Integrated Internet calling: In Windows Phone 8, developers can create VoIP apps that plug into our existing calling feature so Internet calls can be answered like traditional phone calls, using the same calling interface.
Multitasking enhancements. Windows Phone 8 now allows location-based apps like exercise trackers or navigation aids to run in the background, so they keep working even when you’re doing other things on your phone.

This is just a taste. Later this summer, we’ll have much more for developers on the Windows Phone 8 Software Development Kit (SDK) and the new Visual Studio 11-based development tools.

Windows Steam Blog Web site

Officially announcement of Windows Phone 8


Mobilephone Programming. Develop Mobile Apps, How the make mobilephone applications..

Bluetooth Information, (Is this NFC wireless sharing?)

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PortableApps.Lets you carry all your favorite apps on a portable device or cloud drive and use them on any PC. Now you can have your own browser with all your bookmarks and extensions, your full office suite, your photo editor, your whole music collection, your favorite games, your development tools and more. You can have everything you need for work and play with you on every PC you use. At work, at home, at school, visiting family and friends, even while traveling. And all your bookmarks, emails, personal files and settings stay right on your drive, too. Now, every PC becomes your PC.

Mobilephone Programming. Develop Mobile Apps, How the make mobilephone applications.

Augmented Reality (AR). The use of devices, particularly on smartphones or sometime computers to display extra information about an object that the, (usually), inbuilt camera may be pointed at. The images are overlayed on top of the camera view and are displayed in real-time so that they are able to move in sequence as the camera is pointed at other objects. This can produce a more dynamitic involvement by the user and could be likened to the use of virtual reality, (VR). More Virtual Reality links.

NFC. Near Field Communication. Make transactions, exchange digital content, and connect electronic devices with a touch or by nearby holding.

RFID, Radio Frequency ID, Radio Frequency IDentification.

QR Codes. Bar Codes. Bokode. Pixel Encoding. PixeCode. PDF414. Semacode. Datamatrix Smart Phones should be be able to read these. Also see Pixecode (Pixel Encoding)

WAP, WML, Wireless Markup Language , Wireless links, Wi-Fi, BlueTooth, radio

C and C++ ProgrammingJava/Java Script, Operating Systems and Graphical User Interfaces. Windows Visa/XP, Linux, Apple, BeOS, etc. ,

Programming Languages and Computer Code and Scripting

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Also view the Advertising Methods Free Tips  Mobile Phone Aps. Mobile Phone Technology's, SMS, Short Message Service, Pixecode (Pixel Encoding) and Direct marketing sections.

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