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Mike Temporale
10-14-2004, 02:45 PM
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.powerbyhand.com/press/releases/04_1012_pbh.html' target='_blank'>http://www.powerbyhand.com/press/releases/04_1012_pbh.html</a><br /><br /></div>"PowerByHand, the premier provider of mobile content and solutions, today announced that it has accepted an invitation to become a member of the Microsoft Mobility Partner Advisory Council (MPAC). MPAC was developed by Microsoft Corp. to establish synergies among leading industry partners, in an effort to accelerate the introduction of innovative and successful mobile solutions to the market. PowerByHand owns PocketGear.com and Smartphone.net, two of the leading sources for Windows Mobile-based software applications.<br /><br />Mobility Partner Advisory Council (MPAC) is an invitation-only program developed by Microsoft to empower top partners to create software solutions for Windows Mobile-based devices. As a member, PowerByHand will provide feedback to Microsoft based on its experience and success in provisioning and distributing Windows Mobile content. PowerByHand will also gain access to other MPAC (members), key Microsoft mobility experts, dedicated technical support and exclusive marketing programs."<br /><br />You might not be familiar with PowerByHand. They are the company behind the successful PocketGear.com, eReader.com, and our affiliate; <a href="http://www.smartphone.net/smartphonethoughts">Smartphone.net</a>. Congratulations guys, and keep up the great work! :way to go: