crossbow

  • This Is A Mini Crossbow Made Of Gold

    For your morning edification I present to you without comment a mini-crossbow made of silver and gold. It can, if threatened, pop balloons. via reddit Read More

  • Hippies need automatic crossbows too

    When you live out in the country and have little else to do with your time, you need to make stuff. Take this self-cocking, automatic crossbow, for example. Made by a fellow called the Duckman, this sassy old man has some great facial hair and extremely inappropriate facial expressions as he ponderously loads and fires bolts into an unseen target. Read More

  • Link wants you to shoot a crossbow

    Link wants you to shoot a crossbow


    Who doesn’t love the Zelda-series of games from Nintendo? I’m pretty sure if you can’t find one Link game you like, you’re a communist. For you patriots out there, here’s some hot new screenshots of upcoming Nintendo Wii title Link’s Crossbow Training. Although the game will not help you shoot a real crossbow any better, a new Link game is surely… Read More

  • Windows Mobile 6 Pics on a Treo 750v

    As Windows Mobile 6 (aka “Crossbow”) makes its way around the mobile marketplace, the question on my Windows-based smartphone owners is “will it work on my phone?” The answer is increasingly looking like a “yes”, as these new photos of WinMo 6/Crossbow running on a Treo 750v demonstrate. The OS has been distributed to phone makers and service providers… Read More

  • Cnet on Windows Mobile 6: Better, but Not Yet Great

    We make fun of Windows Mobile here at CrunchGear HQ all the time. The clunky, ill-thought-out OS is just not what a mobile OS should be: simple. That being said, Windows Mobile 6, aka Crossbow, is showing itself to be a conscious, formulated upgrade rather than a slap-dash of bug fixes, which is a start. The good folks at CNet put WinMo 6 through its paces and have given it a positive… Read More

  • Windows Mobile 6 In the Wild

    Windows Mobile 6 In the Wild

    Popped by the Microsoft booth before the official conference this afternoon to take a look at Windows Mobile 6. It looks like the major upgrade is in the messaging, which isn’t nearly enough to excite me this morning. However, it does have two editions now, Standard and Professional, and both of them will run MS Office Mobile and includes a mini MSSQL client along with an Exchange client. Read More

  • Windows Mobile 6 Gets One More Thumbs Up


    If a device running Windows Mobile is in your near future, it looks like you’ll definitely want to get one running the newest version. LAPTOP magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Mark Spoonauer gave the newly minted version 6 a thorough testing and not only survived, but actually likes the update to the OS. Spoonauer gives it props for being faster and more stable than its predecessor… Read More

  • Windows Mobile Crossbow: Look Who's All Grown Up!

    Windows Mobile Crossbow: Look Who's All Grown Up!

    Geek.com has an incredibly detailed examination of Windows Mobile Crossbow along with enough screenshots to choke a monkey. Does it look better than WinMo 5? Absolutely. Does the rancid taste of WinMo 5 in the back of my mouth make me wary that this is much of an improvement? Yep. That said, go ahead and take a gander. First Impressions: Windows Mobile 6 [Geek.com] Read More

  • Windows Mobile 6 (Officially) Announced

    Windows Mobile 6 (Officially) Announced

    Alright, this shouldn’t be new to anyone who reads the site regularly, but Windows Mobile 6 is coming. We’ve already reported tons of information on Crossbow, but today there is a little more. Namely by the way of an official announcement: Read More

  • Microsoft Renames Windows Mobile 6 to Standard, Professional, Classic

    Microsoft Renames Windows Mobile 6 to Standard, Professional, Classic

    The horror that is Windows Mobile 5 currently comes in three flavors: Pocket PC edition (for non-smartphone handhelds), Phone edition (for smartphones with touchscreens), and Smartphone edition (for phones without touchscreens). This is all very confusing, because on top of all the features your phone might support, you must determine which flavor of the OS it’s running to make sure… Read More

  • Windows Crossbow LEAKED

    Ever wonder what a dripping faucet and Microsoft software have in common? They both leak. Thanks to some beta testers of Windows Mobile 6.0 (aka Crossbow), you too can now enjoy the power of a next-gen, unfinished operating system on your mobile phone. So if you’re feeling adventurous and want to give a try, you can download it by clicking here. Here are the complete leaked specs… Read More

  • Windows Mobile Crossbow In Action

    http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=5404987844605210971&hl=en David at MobilityToday turned us on to this video of Crossbow in action. Anything, I suspect, is better than WinMo 5.0. Crossbow Video [MobilityToday] Read More