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Windows Mobile

(1) (lower case mobile) Any Windows-based mobile device. See Windows Phone.

(2) (upper case Mobile) Microsoft's first platform for handheld devices. Windows Mobile debuted in 2000 for the Pocket PC as Windows CE, which was the underlying operating system. In 2003, the Windows Mobile brand was introduced. Some 50 million Windows Mobile devices were sold, and during its heyday, most phones were manufactured by HTC. See Windows CE, Pocket PC, Windows Phone and KIN.

Windows Mobile featured small-screen versions of Office and other Microsoft applications along with third-party apps from the Windows Marketplace for Mobile online store. In 2010, Windows Mobile was superseded by Windows Phone, which offered a dramatic change in style and features. Following are the Windows Mobile categories.

A PDA platform without cellular communications; formerly part of Pocket PC.

A touchscreen smartphone platform; formerly the Pocket PC Phone Edition.

A non-touchscreen smartphone platform. Formerly the Microsoft Smartphone platform.

Hands-free cellular for in-vehicle communications and entertainment. See Windows Mobile for Automotive.

Portable Media Center and Zune
Windows Mobile components have been used in Microsoft's Portable Media Center devices, which evolved into the Zune digital media player. See Portable Media Center and Zune.
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The singer has instructed her lawyers to fire off a cease and desist letter to Wimo Labs bosses on April 11, claiming their product's name, TikTok, was in "flagrant and conscious disregard" of her rights, reports Contactmusic.
The report, jointly authored by Martin Prince of Britain's King's College London Institute of Psychiatry and Anders Wimo of Sweden's Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, combined the most up-to-date global data on dementia prevalence with added research from care studies in Latin America, India and China.
Care costs associated with AD may include formal services such as physician services, inpatient care (hospital and nursing home), medications, adult day care, personal care, homemaker services, and transportation services, but currently the vast majority of LTC is provided informally by relatives and friends (Hu, Huang, and Cartwright, 1986; Hay and Ernst, 1987; Huang, Cartwright, and Hu, 1988; Welch, Walsh, and Larson, 1992; Rice et al., 1993; Gray and Fenn, 1993; Weinberger et al., 1993a; Ernst and Hay, 1994; Ostbye and Crosse, 1994; Stommel, Collins, and Given, 1994; Max, Webber, and Fox, 1995; Souetre et al., 1995; Max, 1996; Cavallo and Fattore, 1997; Wimo et al., 1997).
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