For those who witnessed Microsoft’s release of its latest version of their platform, in the form of Windows Mobile 6.5, the timing of the SDK couldn’t come any later. With three month behind us since WM 6.5 launched, the Redmond based company has finally made an SDK available for developers that provide documentation, sample code, header and library files, emulator images, and tools to Visual Studio to enable them to create applications for the platform. It’s currently available in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Chinese – running from 450MB to 3700MB. Aside from the lack of having a strong presence in the mobile apps market, hopefully this will enable Windows Mobile to have a fledging new level of applications. It’s already in the thick of battle going on between all these platforms that are vying for supremacy.