Here's a awkward question for fans of the full-featured PocketPC Edition of Windows Mobile 5: "How long until the differences between the two versions of the OS are negligible?" We know that we can expect a more full-featured version of Pocket Office on the Smartphone Edition soon (Hello editing!). Now, according to Tech[dot]Blog, we can expect Voice Command as well.
Another little tidbit in there that gets my heart pumping: Voice Command 1.6 will not only include support for the Smartphone Edition, it will also include support for bluetooth headsets, A2DP combo headsets, and will announce incoming emails.
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