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Kevin and I have a nice chat about new mobile browsing options coming along and what makes them special.  We talk about the new Opera Mobile 9.5 and what makes it so exciting.  Kevin got a package from the UPS guy that he shows us and […] Read more »

Kevin just had to tell us about the upcoming new version of Opera Mobile, version 9.5.  This new version of Opera is going to blow the competition out of the water if looks are to be believed.  I’ve heard from the folks at Opera who sent […] Read more »

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Buckle your seatbelts as our favorite mobile hacker, Tnkgrl, has gotten herself a MacBook Air!  She’s posted a bunch of unboxing photos and I can’t wait to see what mods she affects on her MBA.  Embedded 3G?  Ethernet?  I’m sure we’ll soon know. Read more »

We’ve been hearing about the Silverthorne chip for months and this week should mark a formal unveiling of the low-powered x86 processor. It’s widely expected that Intel will show off Silverthorne at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference this week. In case you’ve missed some of the […] Read more »

We chatted up the MacBook Air on the recent podcast and also both got a hands-on look in our local Apple stores. At this point, it doesn’t look like either of us will drop the money for Air but that doesn’t mean we wouldn’t like to […] Read more »

CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly.MoTR 121 is 31:40 minutes long and is a 29.1 MB file in MP3 format. INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1″ by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick.HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel […] Read more »

It is a stunning day here in Houston, about 73 degrees, brilliant blue sky, few clouds and a very light breeze.  For that reason I am sitting outside a Starbucks, not my normal one rather one with a big outdoor patio area.  I am happily working […] Read more »

We all like our mouse to have different attributes, some of us like ergonomic shapes, some like smaller mice, others larger.  The truth is if we could get our hand on a mouse that could form itself to our own hand we just might be in […] Read more »

The 7 duplicate posts were the fault of connectivity errors posting from the HTC Advantage in the Apple store.  I was getting an error during the post and not realizing that that first post was actually making it to the site any way.  In that mess […] Read more »

  It has been kicking around the rumor mill for years and today an official announcement indicates that Microsoft has bid almost 45 billion dollars in stock and cash to acquire Yahoo.  This bid comes after Yahoo has indicated they must lay off some employees due […] Read more »

Not only does Nokia get a pat on the back for licensing ActiveSync, but kudos to them for getting another Mail for Exchange update out. Not much in this update that I can see in the release notes though; it appears to mainly be a synchronization […] Read more »

I wish I could tell you more but sometimes Palm makes it a bit challenging. There’s a new update available today for Treo 755p owners on the Sprint network running firmware 1.04 or less. You can find the info right here on the Palm support site.Actually, […] Read more »

One of the CES highlights we previously mentioned has a nice follow up today. James and I had the pleasure of sitting down in the Press Room with Ian Dixon to talk tech earlier this month and the interview is available today. Our history with Ian […] Read more »

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