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There’s no word on which carrier will pick up the Samsung P260, but I reckon T-Mobile is the most likely candidate. Unwired View shares the info on this little slider which is a GSM / EDGE unit with integrated WiFi and UMA support for call transition. […] Read more »

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Yep, I just had to try it since it runs a full browser. Using the on-screen keyboard certainly works, but it’s cumbersome at best. Adding Bluetooth support for an external keyboard would be nice, but without a stand for the phone it would be awkward. This […] Read more »

Some of the first third-party applications are appearing for the Palm Foleo. The company jointly announced several upcoming Foleo titles from TealPoint including: TealPaint for Foleo: Paint, sketch, or draw with TealPaint, the all-in-one mobile graphics paint program. TealSafe for Foleo: Store your passwords, credit cards, […] Read more »

…but he pulled a fast one and nabbed the HTC Mogul for his Sprint account! There are plenty of reasons to like the Mogul, which is the successor to the PPC-6700. The slide-out keyboard is definitely improved and more stable for starters. The antenna nub was […] Read more »

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I don’t hear too much about Averatec machines these days, so the recent CNET review of the Averatec 1579 notebook caught my eye. Most fetching is the 3.5-pound weight of this 11.1-inch notebook. The Intel ULV Core Duo running at 1.06 GHz is meant for judicious […] Read more »

I’ve found the built-in search bar on the iPhone to be just fine, but in typical Google fashion, the search company is looking to make things better and easier. Robert Scoble got wind of their effort and says it "looks great on Patrick’s iPhone". I didn’t […] Read more »

BusinessWeek put together a fantastic and informative article on Nokia yesterday: what a great read this morning. Although I’ve used the loaner N80 and N800, I really don’t know much about Nokia’s history or business model and this brief read was very enlightening. The beginning focuses […] Read more »

With so much AT&T-bashing over the last month, (really, has any iPhone owner said "w00t! AT&T rocks!") it’s nice to see some good press. Windows for Devices reports that the carrier is working with development shop Code Factory to get the companies products on their phones […] Read more »

Where was the Buddi GPS tracker when Jack Bauer needed it last season? Oh well, better late than never. The Buddi isn’t available just yet, but when it does launch, you can expect your Buddi-wearing buddies to be found via GPS. The U.K. company behind the […] Read more »

Ok, it’s not a pretty solution, but for many, it’s the result that counts. Ashish Derhgawen did some self-education on the tones that phones make and decided to put his newfound knowledge to good use. Using a pull-solenoid and an old Nokia phone to accept calls, […] Read more »

Bjorn has a brief but interesting comparison between two comparable devices, the Palm Foleo and the VIA NanoBook. It’s a give and take between the two devices in my eyes: what one provides in screen-size and resolution, for example, the other makes up the difference in […] Read more »

I got a chance to meet Dan from UneasySILENCE a few weeks back; ironically, Dan’s very talkative for a blogger with "SILENCE" in the name….in a good way, Dan. ;) He gave in to the hot iPhone fever, but decided to take up the heat a […] Read more »

Just a quick note before we run the kids around to their activities this evening: thank you MobileTechRoundup podcast audience. With your support, we finally cracked the iTunes Top 25 podcasts in the Technology / Gadgets section. We’ve come close before, but I think this is […] Read more »

The kids picked the comment number and Brian Baker wins a Facade license with this comment entry. Congratulations Brian, be sure to let us know how Facade works for you with the "on the way Blackjack"! I’ll need Brian to shoot me a note by clicking […] Read more »

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