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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 »

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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 »


This news from DigiTimes doesn’t change time frames dramatically, but if you expected to see any next-generation Intel Atom netbooks in 2009, plan to wait just a wee bit more. Originally, there was talk of some vendors — MSI, in particular — offering netbooks with the […] Read more »

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No, I didn’t get a Nokia N900, so this isn’t my list. But it’s a darn good list and anyone considering the N900 — or a competing, high-end handset — should probably take a gander at this. Jay Montano comprised the list after spending his first […] Read more »


Time for our Wednesday feature that highlights some of the latest iPhone news! The holidays are approaching and that means the college kids are nearly done with this semester’s studies. Since they’re nearly done with their textbooks as well, the timing of an iPhone app to […] Read more »


Last month I pointed out that Mozilla’s Weave is wicked fast. Unfortunately for me, the fast syncing of passwords, bookmarks and more came at too big of a price –it’s also wicked resource intensive in my experience. Firefox is the only browser that causes the fan […] Read more »


Now that Apple has once again broken the Palm Pre’s ability to sync with iTunes as expected, folks are looking for options. I’m still cool with placing the phone in USB Mode and using drag-and-drop methods to move music, but not everyone wants a manual method. […] Read more »


Apparently, you can buy a decent external iPhone battery solution for $15 — or less. Fellow geek, Josh Bancroft, was leery of the MonoPrice offer, but decided to take the low-cost risk. And after reading his thoughts as well as some other reviews, I’m ready to […] Read more »


The Google Android Developer Challenge for 2009 is complete with the announcement of the winning applications. The Challenge kicked off last year and awards gobs of money to the winners: $150,000 for the top overall app, for example. Eligible software titles mustn’t be in the Android […] Read more »


Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! As I mentioned last week, I was still trying to get the latest Android x86 build on my Intel Core Solo powered Samsung Q1UP. I literally just got it working this morning and it’s darn near usable […] Read more »


The crazy retail deals are still going strong today here in the U.S. During my daily check of Amazon for the MP3 special of the day, I noticed the e-tailer is offering any AT&T phone for a penny today. There’s also no activation fee, which saves […] Read more »


MoTR 191 is 34:55 minutes long and is a 32.1 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: Who said “smartbook?” ;) Lenovo buys back the Lenovo […] Read more »

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