my phone

  • Microsoft releases My Phone backup service, adds premium features

    Coinciding with the introduction of the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, Microsoft has upgraded and launched its free phone backup service My Phone – previously in beta – and added a couple of useful premium features to it. Despite the fact that the official My Phone blog and Twitter account remain silent for the time being, users have definitely taken notice and started… Read More

  • Microsoft Debuts Mobile Backup Service 'My Phone', Adds Premium Features

    Microsoft Debuts Mobile Backup Service 'My Phone', Adds Premium Features

    Coinciding with the introduction of the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, Microsoft has upgraded and launched its free phone backup service My Phone – previously in beta – and added a couple of useful premium features to it. Despite the fact that the official My Phone blog and Twitter account remain silent for the time being, users have definitely taken notice and started… Read More

  • Microsoft's My Phone now available

    Microsoft's My Phone now available

    Hey, 2008! Microsoft is calling. They just released My Phone, a sync solution that backs up your info and keeps your appointments and contacts synced with a web app. Why it took Microsoft this long to release a service like this is beyond me, but there you have it. Read More

  • Yahoo Mobile Also Wants to Claim The “My Phone” Moniker.

    What would you rather have, an iPhone or a My Phone? Both Microsoft and Yahoo think you want a My Phone. On the iPhone section of its Website detailing the revamped Yahoo Mobile service, due to launch publicly in March, Yahoo marketers try to drum up interest in the new offering by using this headline in its marketing campaign: From iPhone™ to “my” phone. The iPhone trademark… Read More

  • Microsoft's "My Phone" to debut at MWC next week

    Microsoft's "My Phone" to debut at MWC next week

    Microsoft’s bid to make Windows Mobile relevant should take off at the Mobile World Congress next week. We’ll be seeing the latest and greatest from the big M, hopefully including their answer to Apple’s MobileMe. Microsoft would have to try pretty hard to roll out something more poorly than that, but cross your fingers anyway. Read More