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MobileCubed, the third dimension

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Posted 14 years ago | News | 0 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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When MobileCubed software wound down in Febury of this year, the community unfortunately lost another developer to the great abyss. MobileCubed, famous for its Windows CE HTML Editor H-Bomb had brought the H/PC community software applications since the late 1990's, until the stresses and strains began to show and the company decided to close its doors... however fate has once again stepped in, and things are changing.

Julio Ortiz, the owner of MobileCubed Software, inspired by his continued passion for the H/PC platform has gathered the ashes of the company together, and from it grown a new, smaller scale and intimate version of MobileCubed, now acting purely as a private developer. As part of the move, a number of existing applications from MobileCubed will return to market, and development work on the program can continue in an informal capacity.

To celebrate the news, Julio has revealed that an update to m3cro, the new flagship product of his development endeavours is forthcoming, along with the pending release a new games title m3ingo at the end of this month!
If that wasn't enough, registration of all Handheld PC editions of m3cro will be $6.95 USD (£4 GBP, €5.72 EUD, ¥800 JPY est.) until the end of August.

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Posted on 04 August 2006 at 16:37

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