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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 »

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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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While Kevin’s been toiling away here at jkOnTheRun I just finished a great breakfast with a new friend, Steve Rubel. We had a stimulating conversation about technology that was a real hoot. Steve’s a great guy and I look forward to seeing him down the road. […] Read more »

Microsoft unveiled the newest Live service last night and I just a look at the introductory video of Mesh. The service is a combination of functionality: file synchronization on multiple devices, file sharing and collaboration, “news” updates on who has done what with shared docs, and […] Read more »

I spend what seems like my whole life in Outlook and as one who gets 200- 300 emails a day without fail I’m always finding myself looking for not just an email from months ago but the entire email conversation.  The search feature in Outlook is […] Read more »

Fellow MobileTechRoundup podcast co-host, Matt Miller, poses a great question. He’s trying to figure out what mobile device meets his needs but costs less than a grand. Just a year or two ago, this might have been much easier to answer because there were far fewer […] Read more »

Sony BMG now stands with Universal as the supporting lables behind Nokia’s “Comes with Music” plan. To rehash: the music plan will be a free bundle included with a new Nokia device. I say “free”, but it’s more likely that at least some of the music […] Read more »

We haven’t heard much on the Zune horizon of late, so here’s a nice pre-announcement. Paul Thurrott got a tip that the Microsoft Zune player would be certified as AudibleReady! so he reached out to the Audible team to confirm. Looks like it’s the real deal […] Read more »

If it seems I have been largely missing in action this weekend it’s because I have.  I had deadlines on two articles for a major magazine and I had to keep my nose to the keyboard.  I used the HP 2710p for the project and was […] Read more »

We do a lot of system reviews here on jkOnTheRun and invariably when we publish one there will be a contingent of readers who want to see raw benchmarks of the hardware components to try and determine how fast a system is.  I understand why some […] Read more »

You may have seen me venting over Microsoft’s ridiculous failure to supply a 64-bit virtual printer driver for OneNote’s great "Send to OneNote 2007" feature.  This is the feature that is a must-have for me as I routinely print documents directly into OneNote 2007 for reference.  […] Read more »

Today is a writing day so in keeping with my madness I am sitting in the new Starbucks I’ve blogged about and writing my abs off.  Yes, writing is a cardio exercise the way I do it.  :)  I decided to bring the HP 2710p with […] Read more »

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