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With all of the Apple tablet rumors floating, it’s only fair to let Windows Mobile 7 have it’s time in the gossip column. WMExperts shines the spotlight on a slew of speculation and it’s the first I’ve heard the name “Seven” bandied around. The short, classy […] Read more »

Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! After a week of Google Nexus One ownership, I shared 16 things I like about the device, not to mention half as many that I don’t like. During this second week, I’ve been slowly getting used to […] Read more »

Image 1 for post Finally a new notebook battery technology that promises longer life( 2008-11-11 21:49:55)

While I’ve done my own share of mobile device battery testing, Steve Paine has easily done more. From smartphones to MIDs and UMPCs to netbooks, Steve has tested down to the milliwatt over the past few years. Today he observed that on the CPU side of […] Read more »

I suspect someone in Redmond knows the planned date for Windows Mobile 7, but if they do, they’re still not telling. At least they’re not telling me. However, the Microsoft ecosystem only works because of the company’s partners, and you can bet that they have a […] Read more »

MoTR 194 is 36 minutes long and is a 33 MB file in MP3 format. CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly. HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel (Philadelphia) TOPICS: CES = no big wow devices, but some interesting […] Read more »


We’ve seen smartphones for years but it seems that only recently is the software piece of the equation fitting into the puzzle. Useful mobile apps are surely helping drive sales of smartphones, and in turn, more smartphone sales deliver larger captive audiences to mobile app developers. […] Read more »

This morning in his CES keynote, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, Nokia’s president and CEO, highlighted the company’s global role in the mobile world. He also issued a million-dollar challenge to developers focused on upwardly mobile applications for developing areas. Read more »

Just a quickie update from last night’s Microsoft keynote event in case you missed it. HTC’s HD2 — arguably the most potent and powerful Windows Mobile device yet — is indeed bound for U.S. shores as expected. The question answered last night was: which carrier will get […] Read more »

One of my favorite features of the Palm Pre is the Touchstone that wirelessly charges the phone. Powermat joined this wireless charging revolution with some basic products last year, but is poised to do far more in 2010. At the Digital Experience mini-show, I spent time […] Read more »

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