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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: Get an early HTC Hero at Best Buy (Android Guys) — Word on the street — well, Twitter really — is that Best Buy Reward Zone […] Read more »

Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! The biggest news this week has to be the upcoming introduction of Flash for the Android platform. Android is tapped to gain support for Flash 10.1 as Google has joined the Adobe Open Screen Project. Unfortunately for […] Read more »

Nearly a year ago, James and I invested in new MacBooks. We ordered the first 13-inch unibody models last November. In typical fashion, we didn’t buy memory upgrades direct from Apple, which traditionally have been relatively more expensive than third-party options. James immediately ordered 4GB of […] Read more »

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It’s well known around these parts that I long ago embraced Google for most of my services. I use it for two mail accounts, my RSS reader, documents, and contacts, not to mention as my browser. I expect it to use it as my future operating system […] Read more »

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MoTR 184 is 32 minutes long and is a 29.4 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) TOPIC: The HTC Hero for Sprint is in the house! […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: Ooma offers new Telo home VoIP solution (ZNF) — While I’m not missing the landline cord that we cut a few months back, it might be […] Read more »

While everyone else has been waiting for Google Wave invites today, I’ve been pining for my custom license plate. It just arrived, although I haven’t yet attached it to the car. It looks pretty good on my MacBook, but it just kills productivity by blocking the […] Read more »

So there’s no official press release, but CLEAR’s WiMAX coverage map shows a big, green blob of 4G in my backyard. According to the map, CLEAR’s 4G service is ready to be paired with your cheesesteak in Philadelphia, Sidecut Reports says. Of course, that’s to be […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: Google Personalized Search Launches (Google) — Earlier tonight, Android, iPhone and the Palm Pre gained a new search feature. Not only will Google save your prior search […] Read more »

As mobile enthusiasts, we’ve had the “integrated vs. removable battery” debate before. I have the last unibody MacBook model with a removable battery and I’d be hard pressed to go with an integrated battery. In fact, it’s one of the reasons I originally passed on the […] Read more »

BlackBerry, meet TiVo. TiVo, say “Hi” to BlackBerry. OK, now that you two are acquainted, let’s remotely get some television recorded, ‘k? Yes, the TiVo for BlackBerry software is ready for downloading from the BlackBerry App World. With the app, you can search for programming by […] Read more »

One of the best innovations to come out of longtime hardware maker HTC is actually software. Its TouchFLO interface built on Windows Mobile has enamored many handset owners. But it’s not the only game in town. SPB has long made its Mobile Shell application for customizing […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: Will Motorola’s Android handset “cliq” at $199? (Barron’s) — $199 seems to be the initial entry point for many phones today, so I’m not totally surprised […] Read more »

jkk caught up with pics of this super-sized Windows Mobile 6.5 MID, and it reminds me of a modern-day version of the HTC Advantage. A 7-inch touchscreen slate is the form factor, while a Qualcomm Snapdragon powers the tablet. jkk says the wireless options will range […] Read more »

Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! Last time, we were crossing our fingers in hopes that the Rockville Android MID concept would find a home in the retail world. Pocketables confirms that RAmos Digital officially outed the device with 4.8-inch touchscreen, 600MHz CPU, and […] Read more »

I received an email direct from Samsung this morning that surprised me. The company is offering its N310 netbook with a special deal that includes a 2GB memory upgrade and a case. Why the surprise? The N310 comes with Microsoft Windows XP Home pre-installed and traditionally […] Read more »

I’m nearing four months of Palm Pre ownership but I’m still carrying two phones with me. Why? Several reasons, but one of them is that my Pre can’t record any video. The hardware of the Pre is certainly capable, but there’s no software support for it. […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: No Pre for Verizon Wireless customers? (The Street) — Call it rumor for now, but word on “the street” is that Verizon isn’t going to embrace […] Read more »

I guess we’ve run out of names for application stores. Intel’s version of an app store for their Linux-based netbook operating system is the Moblin Garage. I suppose I shouldn’t be too harsh, since HP started in a garage. Anyway, you don’t need to be running […] Read more »

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