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CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly.MoTR 136 is 35:20 minutes long and is a 32.4 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 »

Matt Miller took his first close-up look at Nokia’s N78 and I think this phone is going to surprise many folks with its feature set. There’s a few "firsts" involved as the N78 offers an FM transmitter to allow for audio streaming to your car or […] Read more »

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The quest for the thin and light Haiku slate that Bill Gates teased us with a few years ago has taken a left turn with the Albatron Rocker appearing in Korea.  The Rocker uses Windows CE to provide the smallest form possible and the longest battery […] Read more »

The Zumobi team has announcement out of Seattle today: they’ve got an updated release for your Windows Mobile 6 device. In case you’ve forgotten about or never heard of Zumobi, it’s a free, unique navigational application that uses arranged tiles to give you access to web-based […] Read more »

We’ve been hotly awaiting seeing an actual mini-notebook running the new Via Nano (formerly known as Isaiah) processor and Joanna Stern of Laptop Magazine has spotted one at CompuTex in Taipei.  The notebook probably won’t make it to the US and Joanna could only test so […] Read more »

We review as many products here on jkOnTheRun as practically any web site out there, large or small, and one thing Kevin and I often discuss is how important it is to make sure readers understand that our opinions about a product are just that- opinions.  […] Read more »

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If you’ve got a Macbook and a Blackberry you can rejoice today with word that iMobimac is now available.  Nothing could be more liberating than the ability to use your Blackberry’s 3G connectivity with your Macbook when needed.  iMobimac consists of two programs, one for the […] Read more »

Microsoft announced the next generation of Windows XP Embedded today, naming Windows Embedded Standard 2009 to be the successor. The embedded OS is geared towards devices that connect to and work with other Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 machines, but we’ve seen a few standalone […] Read more »

One thing we are sure of is that there is a veritable explosion of low-cost mini-notebooks flying around the computescape.  Every day finds one or two new ones announced and now that the big players like HP and Dell are involved just about everybody is accounted […] Read more »

We’ve covered free Internet radio service Pandora many times as both Kevin and I love the intelligent way it learns what music we like.  I know that both of us have resorted for some time to using third party interfaces for Pandora to escape the need […] Read more »

AMD has upped the ante in the mobile processor space with the launch of their latest notebook computing platform, informally known as Puma.  From the press release: COMPUTEX, TAIPEI, Taiwan — June 4, 2008 –AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced the availability of its next-generation notebook platform, […] Read more »

HTC is always introducing new devices it seems and today it’s true as the newest member of the Touch family is announced.  The HTC Touch Pro adds functions to the popular Touch family that are designed to appeal to professionals while meshing it all together with […] Read more »

Can’t say I’ve used a ClickFree external backup solution myself, but Dwight Silverman gave it a go over the weekend. It appears to be as easy as possible: simply connect the external USB drive and it backs up the most common data files. No muss, no […] Read more »

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