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This Fujitsu V1010 that starts at $799 is easily one of the lowest priced LifeBook’s I’ve ever seen offered. This 15.4-inch WXGA laptop with integrated DVD burner won’t set the world on fire in terms of performance or battery life, but for under a grand, it’s […] Read more »

Paul Biba over at TeleRead offers up a great list of the devices he’s used as eBook readers over time. All of the devices (edit: aside from the Sony Reader) were capable of running MobiPocket, which looks to be Paul’s eBook software and store of choice. […] Read more »

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See, if those little mice had GPS built in, they’d always find the cheese in the maze, right? I guess that depends on if the cheese was listed as a POI, or Point of Interest. In any case, for around $100 can have a GPS receiver […] Read more »

Great news from RingCube: they’ve set their mobile virtual environment application, MojoPac, free! When MojoPac debuted, it was $29.95 for a license, but now you can get MojoPac Freedom at no charge. As shown in this video demonstration, MojoPac is an innovative method to carry your […] Read more »

While some of us have been busy mounting UMPCs in our vehicles, one enterprising AppleTV owner decided to take his shows on the road. Literally. Brandon Holland deftly inserted an AppleTV into his 1990 Eagle Talon, which wirelessly synchs via iTunes and WiFi while he sits […] Read more »

Hats off to Download Squad for spotting this download. With a name like Download Squad, I guess they’re just doing their job, but kudos anyway. ;) Apparently Handango is giving away applications on Fridays and today’s offering, CodeWallet Pro 6, would normally set you back about […] Read more »

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Unless you’re using SDHC memory cards on your Nokia N800, there’s not much reason to upgrade since that’s the only bug fix. If you do use ‘em and don’t mind backing up your data and then reinstalling applications again, hit up the Tableteer site on your […] Read more »

While you might not use the Zoom H2 for recording an album, it should be pretty handy for podcasters and people that attend meeting after boring meeting. If you’re one of the latter, you have my sympathy. The $200 device has four built-in microphones and records […] Read more »

Actually, do they even make Trapper Keeper binders any more or am I just getting old (and losing my hair)? OK, so you just need a standard 3-ring binder, an aluminum rail and some felt for this little project, but it could give your laptop the […] Read more »

PC World seems to think they are, along with Microblogging and Kitchen PCs. I’ll side with them on the kitchen choice, but that’s about it. Here’s something right out of the November print issue: "…by delivering a platform that’s too small for true productivity and too […] Read more »

Looks like some major companies have recognized that Nokia might be on to something with their Internet Tablets. Mozilla, Texas Instruments, and Marvell Technologies are all in cahoots to develop a UMPC running on Linux expected in 2009. Also involved is MontaVista, the folks behind Mobilinux. […] Read more »

It’s officially official: AT&T will exclusively debut the Tilt Windows Mobile 6 phone tomorrow. $299 with two year commitment nets you what I think is the most powerful and feature packed Windows Mobile device yet: 2.8-inch QVGA screen Slideout QWERTY keyboard Bluetooth 2.0 / WiFi / […] Read more »

James mentioned four Vista patches earlier this morning while I was in coffee heaven and I just got around to reviewing the details on them. If I had to guess, I’d say that these patches are already a part of Vista SP-1 as I have the […] Read more »

Sometimes I wonder if we’re secretly making things happen in the tech world. It seems like every time we complain about a product, it magically gets better in a few days. ;) Just last week I pulled the plug on my Zune, mainly because we didn’t […] Read more »

One thing I truly enjoy about blogging is that I get to meet many people with different points of view. Sometimes we meet virtually, but the best times are where I get to meet some of you off the grid. If you’re a jkOTR reader and […] Read more »

Sony announced an update to its electronic book device this morning; the PRS 505 will retail for around $300 and be available in silver or dark blue. Improvements over the prior version include a faster response time and higher contrast ratio, which should aid outdoor readers. […] Read more »

I just love it when one post segues into another. Actually, I just like to say the word ‘segue’, but that’s not important right now. What is important is that Verizon customers can now subscribe to a single plan that includes both their landline and their […] Read more »

Well, the picture says it all: I’ll need to replace my iPhone headset faster than originally planned. I expected to upgrade for better sound quality in the future, but getting the cord caught on a car over the weekend has sped up the time-table. Maybe you […] Read more »

Hey, if you have to stare at something all day, why not make it something that helps your productivity? That’s the thought behind the free Getting Things Done wallpaper created by Stefanos Karagos. There’s a version for desktops or laptops and Stefanos also created one for […] Read more »

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