In 1990 Toshiba Japan R&D developed a new hand-held device called the "Police Officer Terminal" that had a small graphic LCD display, keyboard and ran DOS 2.0 operating system.
As the Director of Research & Development at Toshiba, Avram Grossman brought a handful of these devices to the USA to design the development tools, and created several mobile applications to demonstrate the capabilities of the small "pocket-PC" -
almost 20 years ahead of the emergence of the smart phone.
Smart Phones are one of the most prolific devices on the market today, dominated by the iPhone and Android-based systems. Microsofts' Windows Phone 7 and Visual Studio development platform,
however, have made it possible to create WP7 mobile applications that integrate with other Microsoft enterprise and office environments.
Contact E-Novative to build your WP7 mobile business application.