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The latest and greatest SlingPlayer Mobile clients get a refresh today. Current license owners get the upgrades free-of-charge, while folks new to placeshifting content on a handheld will have to ante up the $30 license fee. Of course, you could try the 30-day free trial before […] Read more »

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Wow, I had only planned to leave OS X Leopard on my Samsung Q1 Ultra Premium for a few days and it’s been about two weeks. That alone probably says something right there.In any case, it’s time to say good-bye and get another operating system on […] Read more »

The Origami Experience 2.0 software is getting a four-part overview by Brandon LeBlanc at The Windows Experience blog. For the moment, Brandon just has an introductory post, but he promises part one very soon. As part of the Microsoft MVP program, James and I have been […] Read more »

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I spent my morning working in Starbucks, but have been off the clock all day after that. Unfortunately, my father was let go from his state employment position and I’ve attempted some damage control with him at his home. Luckily, he’s just nine miles away. I […] Read more »

We’ve shown you how to share a Windows Mobile Internet connection with a Mac and it’s a very painless process. Apparently sharing that web connection between one Mac and another isn’t as straightforward. Dan Moren over at MacWorld wanted to do just that between two Macs […] Read more »

A year-ago this February, PDAMill stopped developing games for the Palm OS. Instead of letting those games collect dust, PDAMill decided to make them available for free. You can download and install full, unlocked versions of titles like Snails, Gamebox Solitaire, Arvale: Journey of Illusion and […] Read more »

Last night I decided to see for myself how well the HP Mini-Note runs under Windows XP.  I did a clean install of Windows XP Pro and got my core applications installed.  Today I’m going to give it a test spin and see how much faster […] Read more »

Guy Kawasaki visited the Houston Technology Center last night and spoke to 200 people.  I really regret not being there but I am happy to report that the entire "Art of the Start" presentation is online for free viewing.  Guy Kawasaki is one of the very […] Read more »

I can’t tell you the details yet but we are very happy that we will be participating in one of the largest giveaways I have ever seen.  Details will be forthcoming shortly but let me tell you, the prize we will be giving away is staggering.  […] Read more »

Just so everyone doesn’t really think that I’m a slave driver that keeps Kevin chained to a computer all day, he is having a much-deserved day golfing in the Poconos.  Join me in wishing for Kevin to "break 100", something that he very well might do.  […] Read more »

The long awaited announcement by T-Mobile came today.  No, not the one that details the 3G launch, the one that they will indeed release an Android phone in Q4 of this year.  T-Mobile is the first major US carrier who is a member of the Open […] Read more »

My recent twenty-year high school reunion brought back some great memories: cutting class at the local Dunkin’ Donuts, late night arcade runs with pockets full of quarters, and a classmate’s first new car. I’ll never forget that low-cost Hyundai Excel, the only option being a cassette […] Read more »

I’ve been waiting to see this for a while now and here it is. Skype is making a push onto standard feature phones with a new mini-version of Skype that’s Java-based. The company says there are 50 supported phones right out of the gate; I hit […] Read more »

Presenters using Tablet PCs, take note: you’ll want to download the free PenAttention application before unveiling your next Power Point. PenAttention was written by Kenrick Mock, an associate Computer Science professor up at the University of Alaska in Anchorage. Time and time again he was frustrated […] Read more »

It’s no secret why the adoption rate of Solid State Disk drives is plodding along slower than a Commodore 64 trying to display multitudes of sprites on the same screen. There’s two main reasons: high price and low capacity. Actually, if you combine them you get […] Read more »

Score a possible point for Alltel Wireless, the scrappy CDMA carrier in the southeastern section of the United States. Turns out that Alltel might beat out larger competitors Sprint and Verizon Wireless by being the first to roll out the BlackBerry Curve 8330 on May 1. […] Read more »

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