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Frequent traveler will appreciate this: MobiMate just made their WorldMate application available free for Symbian S60 devices. You’ll get a world clock, world day/night map, currency converter and a weather application with updates four times daily as part of the free software. Additional services like satellite […] Read more »

Jezlyn popped a note in our nearly clean Inboxes late last week to tell us about VoodooPad. I figured it was the latest game accessory for the Wii, but I was way off. VoodooPad is a Mac OS X application that has many of the characteristics […] Read more »

In case you forgot or keep missing the little reminder at the very tippy top of the home page, today’s the last day to enter for a chance to win a Facade license from SBSH. This smartphone app is a solid Today plug-in with a relatively […] Read more »

That’s what a recent study would like you to believe: you’re getting dumb by using mobile technology. Some of the study results appear to support the claim with results like: 25% of Britons don’t remember their landline number Only 33% can recall three immediate family member […] Read more »

CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly.MoTR 104 is 36:10 minutes long and is a 33.2 MB file in MP3 format. INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1″ by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick.HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel […] Read more »

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Seems like regular phones are getting "smarter" all the time thanks to services like this. Google Calendar users can send an SMS to "GVENT" or "48368" with appointment information. You’ll get a confirmation SMS reply and your Google Calendar will be updated with the event information. […] Read more »

Tag, I’m it. James tagged me in this blogspheric get-to-know-you game; I’d hate to be a spoil sport and not reply, so here goes: I owned three cars before I even had a license to drive. All three were Ford Mustang’s from the 1960′s; my father […] Read more »

This HP prototype eBook device spotted over at MobileRead might be the most impressive standalone reader I’ve seen yet. It looks to me like a thin slate-like tablet that’s around 10 inches wide by 8 inches high; just guesses on my part. The current prototype uses […] Read more »

When the iPhone was released it was semi-surprising that it’s missing one feature iPods have traditionally had: the ability to use the device for external file storage and access. Given the consumer-laden target audience of the phone, perhaps Apple didn’t want to sacrifice the elegant simplicity […] Read more »

Steve Paine applies his review expertise to the Raon Digital Everun and it’s clear to me that this device provides a significantly better experience than its predecessor. The Vega was pretty ground-breaking, but the Everun appears so much more capable as well as upgradeable. Folks that […] Read more »

If nothing else, the iPhone has definitely shown the benefit of a higher resolution screen on an Internet-capable handset. Handset manufacturers likely agree as DigiTimes is reporting that Taiwan handset panel makers are heading towards higher res screens. After using an iPhone this morning and having […] Read more »

I’m sure most Palm users are already familiar with or use VersaMail, but it’s always good to know what other options are out there for e-mail. Palm-Mac points out Krome, which looked so much like Outlook I almost did a double-take. Krome doesn’t appear to have […] Read more »

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