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I get a lot of questions about the various mobile broadband options in the US as a lot of folks are considering opening up their mobile options.  Mobile broadband provides a solid platform these days for getting work done from just about anywhere but the many […] Read more »

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Atozed Software is confident that they have a Tablet PC Input Panel alternative that’s more efficient than the native TIP found in Windows. After watching the demo video, they might be on to something, but I’ll have to install “Inker” and give it a try. My […] Read more »

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Carrying around a Nokia N800 and want to organize some thoughts? Consider looking at Eugene Antimirov’s Maemo port of Labyrinth. It’s an alpha for now, so be forewarned, but he’s got this Python-based mind mapping application working on his Nokia Internet Tablet. While I prefer to […] Read more »

I’m not going to debate who’s got the best anti-virus and anti-spyware software on the market, that would be anti-productive. Instead, I’ll just point out that Microsoft OneCare 2.0 can be had for free after a mail-in rebate. You can purchase the software from Amazon for […] Read more »

I’ve spent the morning working at my father’s house during his FiOS installation. The technician was very curious about my UMPC setup with EV-DO and folding Bluetooth keyboard and asked me what it was. I gave my typical reply: "That’s my office." He got the last […] Read more »

Here’s a slick way to create documents on that iPod Touch, provided you have some WiFi connectivity: use Glide OS Mobile. Michael Connick does just that and uses the web-based application to create his WordPress blog posts as well as his tweets in Twitter. Michael couples […] Read more »

You’ve been hearing us shout about the 31 Days of the Dragon contest and how 31 sites are giving away a fully loaded HP HDX (Dragon) system loaded with software and entertainment titles.  A huge shout out to HP and BuzzCorps for running this sweet promotion […] Read more »

With this tweet a year ago today, I left behind my 15-year, corporate Information Technology career. I also left a chunky paycheck, hence the pithy post title, but I seriously wouldn’t change a thing. This year has been one of the most enjoyable in my working […] Read more »

CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly.MoTR 132 is 38:45 minutes long and is a 35.6 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 »

The 31 Days of the Dragon contest is going in full swing and it’s a new day which means another participating site is starting their giveaway of the exciting HP HDX Dragon notebook system from HP and BuzzCorps.  OSNN is the lucky site today so you […] Read more »

New GBM’r, Craig Pringle, has a lengthy and useful article on how to get more out of your Tablet PC with Vista. In the post, he points out several tips and tweaks to help the overall inking experience, ranging from improving the handwriting recognition to modifying […] Read more »

There is an endless fascination with hacking all sorts of non-Apple hardware to run the Mac operating system, Kevin was not immune to that and enjoyed running OS X on his Samsung Q1.  Recently a video surfaced showing an OQO that apparently has OS X (Leopard) […] Read more »

Fujitsu just dropped an integrated 3G radio into both a UMPC and Lifebook Tablet PC for speedy connectivity on AT&T’s network. Both the U810 UMPC and the Lifebook T2010 tablet get the option, with MSRPs at $999 and $1,499 respectively. (Note: the 3G option adds $200 […] Read more »

Regular readers know we’re basically obsessed with data synchronization around here. In our defense, we’d be crazy not to since we use different devices for different tasks. The last thing a mobile warrior wants is to have a piece of data tied to a specific device… […] Read more »

If our video review of the Celio REDFLY mobile companion got your wallet all itchy, you can pull the trigger on a pre-order now. The cost is still the same $499 that we were told and the pre-orders are geared towards the target audience, which are […] Read more »

The cool guys from the Technology Bytes radio show are hosting their monthly Geek Gathering tomorrow night and if you’re in Houston you should drop by.  There will be cool gadgets to look at for sure, I even heard there will be a ModBook present.  The […] Read more »

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