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HPC:Factor and MobileCubed H-Bomb Freeware Edition

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Posted 19 years ago | Announcement | Chris Tilley 0 comments

We are extremely pleased to announce that HPC:Factor has over the past few weeks been in discussions with MobileCubed software on their exit from the Windows CE developer community.

MobileCubed, and its owner Julio Ortiz have been a long standing developer for the Handheld PC and a tireless devotee of the merits of the platform. Unfortunately MobileCubed ceased trading on the first of June, potentially meaning the permanent disappearance of their products from mobile devices, as is all too often the case and leaving behind trial versions floating across the Internet. Not this time!

MobileCubed approached before the closure announcement was made, and since then we have worked with them to try and ensure that something good comes from this sad event. So, Exclusive to us here at HPC:Factor we are pleased to announce that the Handheld PC release of Mobilecubed's Pocket PC Magazine nominated HTML editor has now been re-licensed as freeware!
The new Freeware Edition of the application includes all bug fix releases of H-Bomb 1.3, and includes all existing functionality from the retail version. The download is available exclusively from us, and dose come with some support restrictions. Meaning if you have problems, you port of call should be the forums here on the site.

H-Bomb 1.3 Freeware Edition is available for H/PC Pro and HPC2000 device running SH3, SH4, MIPS 3000, MIPS 4000 and StrongARM / XScale.

View: H-Bomb 1.3 Freeware Edition
Posted on 04 June 2005 at 10:00By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

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