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Time for our Wednesday feature that highlights some of the latest iPhone news! Did you hear the sound of the latest iPhone application? I did — Bing is here with a bang. Microsoft’s app for iPhone and iPod Touch is already garnering solid reviews around the […] Read more »

Image Credit: LaCie

Looking to carry gobs of data while mobile? LaCie’s Rikki is probably worth a look based on the price and size. The USB 2.0 drive is all of 4.3″ x 2.9″ x .5″ in size — or nearly the same size as an iPhone — and […] Read more »

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Admittedly, I haven’t used Google Maps on my Palm Pre in a long while, so it’s difficult to see what might be new. PreCentral reports that Google quietly updated the Maps application for webOS, however. The software does appear to render much faster to me, so […] Read more »

Kindle 2

With so many ebook readers hitting retail shelves and web stores these days, it’s no surprise that Amazon is moving Kindle content to other devices. November saw Kindle for PC, and now Amazon says that Kindle for Mac is “coming soon.” I suppose coming soon means […] Read more »


Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! The week started with a bang and all of the news about the alleged Google Phone. So far, I think much of the early speculation and hype is mostly just that. While there are many thoughts of […] Read more »

Palm Pixi

These days it’s not unreasonable to see a Sprint phone later appear on Verizon — or vice versa, depending on the case. After all, both carriers use the CDMA network, so there’s no major reworking of a handset’s innards. But in the case of the Palm […] Read more »

Acer Liquid

While the Acer Liquid handset is already available in Europe, the U.S. is anxiously waiting to see if the Android device will arrive here. If our friendly FCC is to be believed, odds are pretty good, says Unwired View. The Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered handset underwent the standard testing […] Read more »


Just as my excitement over integrated Skype on the Nokia N900 is slowly dying down, the Skype folks do something else to get my attention. This time it’s a beta of Skype for the Symbian S60 platform. The free communications software is only supported on a […] Read more »

The good thing about smartphone applications is that they add extra tidbits of functionality to a handset. The not so good aspect is that adding tons of apps can overwhelm  you from a user interface standpoint. Stock Google Android devices have a small number of “home” […] Read more »


Last night I went to use the evaluation Nokia N900 and call James, when I realized I had a data-only SIM card in the device. It turns out that it didn’t matter due to the excellent integration of VoIP and IM services within Maemo. You can […] Read more »


Time for our Wednesday feature that highlights some of the latest iPhone news! Earlier this week, I noticed that the ZumoDrive application for iPhone received an update. The new version adds quite a bit of valuable functionality: support for iWork 09 and plain text files for […] Read more »

Although it was expected that Motorola Droid would see an update around December 11, there’s a new mandatory software update available today. Information from the Verizon support site for Droid breaks out the following fixes and enhancements in software version AP:ESD56/BP:C_01.3E.01P — which just rolls off the […] Read more »

These days, we have electronic textbooks and tablet computers — and now, portable whiteboard viewers. Luidia is leveraging the display, portability and connectivity of Amazon’s Kindle to offer a “Send to Kindle” feature that shoots whiteboard contents to the e-book reader. Read more »

Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! This week starts off with a huge bang — the longest and most detailed review I’ve yet seen on the ARCHOS Internet Tablet with Android. Steve Paine really put this 4.8″ non-phone slate tablet through the paces […] Read more »


Say goodbye to the cheap CrunchPad — it’s now known as the JooJoo, says FusionGarage CEO Chandra Rathakrishnan. Although TechCrunch’s CrunchPad company cried “foul!” last month, FusionGarage is moving forward on its own with this product. Why? According to the web conference I just watched, FusionGarage […] Read more »

Image Credit: XDA-Developers

Word of an HTC leaked roadmap was all over Twitter last night — and for good reason. The alleged roadmap and all images appear courtesy of an XDA-Developers forum poster and they look pretty legitimate to me. None of the specifications are what I’d consider unbelievable. […] Read more »

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