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Earlier this summer, James took a look at reMail for iPhone and iPod Touch devices. The $4.99 application puts Apple’s mobile Mail app to shame when it comes to searching for information. With reMail, you get full text searches of emails even while offline. reMail intelligently […] Read more »

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Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: Soccer moms and smartphones (RWW) — You know smartphones are catching on in the mainstream when we have quantitative reports on how moms use their iPhones. […] Read more »

Back in May, we first heard about smartbooks. Qualcomm tipped us off on these upcoming devices and started up a smartbook website to explain how they’d be powered by Snapdragon processors.  Here’s what Qualcomm says makes up a smartbook: Instant On Access — no boot up […] Read more »

Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! There’s plenty of news on tap this coming week, starting with what’s expected to be the official announcement of the Motorola Droid for Verizon Wireless on Wednesday. Verizon will announce at least one more Motorola Android device […] Read more »

Don’t ask me how I’ve held out from getting a MiFi, but somehow I have — even after this great review. Like James, many of you have purchased one of these little 3G devices that creates a Wi-Fi hotspot bubble around you. And because that hotspot […] Read more »

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MoTR 187 is 33:05 minutes long and is a 30.4 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: Windows 7 is here, and so is the Windows […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: Motorola outs Droid specs early (BGR) — Near as I can tell, this hotly anticipated phone runs a similar — if not the same — CPU […] Read more »

One of the big “gotchas” of Windows Vista ought not to be a problem with Windows 7. In my usage of Microsoft’s new OS over the past year, I’ve noticed far greater hardware support through proper drivers. The same can’t be said of Vista at launch […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: Verizon Droid has a double-date (Gearlog) — OK, this whole Droid thing is shaping up to be more mysterious than the Lost and Flash Forward shows. […] Read more »

Look out Intel Atom, there’s a new computing platform on the way. ARM today announced its Cortex-A5 processor and promises to deliver the “Internet everywhere with [the] most power-efficient and cost-effective multicore processor.” The new processor is application compatible with the older Cortex-A8 and -A9 CPUs, […] Read more »

Research In Motion today makes the next BlackBerry Bold version official. The Blackberry Bold 9700 runs OS 5.0, keeps the stunning 360 x 480 display, adds touch-sensitive trackpad and supports calls over Wi-Fi. Some folks have said this is the first BlackBerry with the Wi-Fi calling […] Read more »

My dual-booting Toshiba NB205 gained something tonight that I’ve been waiting for since last month — compatible utilities for Windows 7! During my daily check of the Toshiba Downloads site, I noticed a new entry from earlier today. The Toshiba Value Added Package weighs in at […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: Browse Palm’s App Catalog online (PhoneScoop) — This idea makes total sense and is probably overdue — you can now browse the Palm Pre App Catalog […] Read more »

What used to be a luxury technology automobile option is now becoming more common. Integrated Bluetooth for hands-free conversations, audio jacks to stream tunes from a phone and GPS navigation units with voice guidance all come to mind. So what’s next after these solutions become standards? […] Read more »

Good news for T-Mobile Sidekick customers. Microsoft today stated that its data recovery and validation phases are completed for some of the lost Sidekick server data. That puts Sidekick users in the warm, liquid goo phase and ready to prep their devices for data reanimation. Actually, […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: Hang up dramatically with a Palm Pre (PreCentral) — Although I can take calls on my Palm Pre without opening the slider, I generally open it […] Read more »

Apple said this afternoon that it sold 7.4 million iPhones in its most recent fiscal quarter, 7 percent more than the same three-month period a year earlier and a whopping 43 percent more on a sequential basis. The numbers illustrate two key points: Mobile is indeed […] Read more »

Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! Is it just me or does it seem like Android is starting to dominate mobile news these days? Sure, there’s a new Windows Mobile version and phones that run it and we’re all wondering what Mozilla will […] Read more »

Contrary to previous rumors that Verizon Wireless wouldn’t carry the Palm Pre, a simple tweet confirmed the opposite, says BGR. The official Verizon Wireless twitter account posted the update on Friday morning, stating that the Pre is coming “early next year.” That info pretty much jives […] Read more »

It’s no secret that the Mozilla team is looking to expand from desktops and laptops to handhelds. The Firefox browser is popular on the big screen, but Mozilla’s Fennec is poised to challenge on the small screen. And the company’s prototype synchronization service, known as Weave, […] Read more »

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