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A lot of folks are anxiously awaiting the iPhone 3G and taking advantage of the AT&T 3G network but as Gear Diary points out unless you’re in a fairly top market area you might not get 3G coverage.  The AT&T coverage map they produced got me […] Read more »

I sure love my job but you’ve probably figured that out by now.  Not my "real" job, no the job I really love is this blogging job.  Sure it is a job like any other but I love doing it so much that it doesn’t feel […] Read more »

Some of the air in the SSD price was let out of Apple’s thinnest notebook: Ars Technica notes that the 64 GB flash drive option has dropped by $400. The configuration they looked at actually dropped by $500, but $100 of the lower cost is due […] Read more »

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Traveling with notebooks can be stressful what with the security dance that must be done at the airport.  I’ve always felt that putting my baby alone in that plastic bin only to see it disappear from view in the X-ray machine was rather off-putting if not […] Read more »

Matthew from Darla Mack has hit the road for a vacation and he is attempting to go the distance without cracking open his laptop.  He intends to do all his work using just the Nokia N95-3, N810 and Nokia LD-3W (Bluetooth GPS module) and he is […] Read more »

Those folks at Google are not just making it so you can map the Tour de France, they are making Google Maps even more efficient for certain Blackberry users.  Those with US Pearls (8110, 8210, 8130) can speak the search term right in Google Maps to […] Read more »

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Luxury leather case maker Vaja is ready for the imminent release of the Apple iPhone 3G with four cases to protect their customer’s investment.  The cases start from $45 – $85 and come in different forms to meet the user’s preference.  The ivolution SP is a […] Read more »

Doesn’t everyone want an update that "improves the phone application, stability and device usability"? If you’re a Palm Treo 755p owner on Verizon, you’re in luck because Palm says that’s exactly what you’ll get. And I use the term "exactly" in a very generous way since […] Read more »

I know everyone is getting tired of hearing about the botched Comcast install in my new place so after this post I will drop it and get back to mobile tech coverage.  I promise.  The story has attracted the interest of many and the comments have […] Read more »

Ahhh.  It’s so refreshing sitting here in the local Starbucks sipping the WiFi.  Nice thirst-quenching broadband.  It’s like a breath of fresh air after 3G only for a few days.  Not that 3G is bad or anything but let’s face it, broadband is BROADBAND.  :) Read more »

The official press release that many folks have been waiting for is finally here: iPhone 3G pricing details. Sure, we all knew about the low, low $199 price for an 8GB, while you can double-down on your storage capacity for another $100. But what about non-qualified […] Read more »

I’ll come clean here: when Sony introduced the mylo line of personal communicators, my "mobile-tech meter" didn’t even register a beat. I couldn’t figure out if Sony was trying to get into the Sidekick business without a cellular radio or what. Now I’m having second thoughts […] Read more »

The move was on schedule as expected at the start of the day today with Comcast scheduled to arrive for the new installation between 8 and 11 am.  I was stuck waiting for the technician to arrive to install the cable TV equipment and especially the […] Read more »

Must be an "alpha" day because this is yet-another pre-beta today. It’s still exciting news though since up to now Mobipocket was absent from regular or feature phones that support Java (J2ME). If you have a device that can run it, you can find the software […] Read more »

I’ve only been using it for a few hours but I’ll offer up my initial impressions of the BlueAnt Z9i Bluetooth headset.  It’s very small and so light that I don’t realize it’s on after just a minute of putting it in my ear.  It comes […] Read more »

MSI has the mini-notebook to beat right now in the Wind and earlier this year they announced they would be producing a desktop version of the Wind for the Asian market.  Engadget is reporting that the Wind desktop will be hitting the market in September and […] Read more »

The first item up for review has already reached the new Mobile Tech Manor and I’ll be giving it a look today for future publication.  The folks at BlueAnt have sent a Z9i Bluetooth Headset with a dual microphone for advanced noice cancellation.  The Z9i will […] Read more »

I have said it before and I’m sure I will say it again, the only distinguishing features the increasingly large crop of mini-notebooks have over their "normal" laptop cousins are size and price.  Let’s face it, mini-notebooks are just laptops with lots of the same features […] Read more »

Sure, there’s no official eBook software available for the Nintendo DS, but you do have a few options if you need a break from Mario Kart. The DS does have WiFi and can browse the web for reading content. What about offline content? It won’t work […] Read more »

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