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Webcast on Bluetooth development for Windows Mobile Pocket PC
Posted on 3-Nov-2003 23:22 | Filed under: News



Bluetooth is now available on Pocket PC platforms both built in to devices and through add on cards. This MSDN webcast focus on how to write Pocket PC applications that transfer data via Bluetooth and more.

Tim Benton, Software Development Engineer, Microsoft Corporation will talk to developers and show real life examples.

The webcast is schedule for 25th November 2003, 11am to 12:30pm Pacific Time (GMT -08:00).


More information: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail...







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