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Engadget Mobile has a nice screenshot of the new Google Mobile interface that appears specifically designed for the Apple iPhone. While I don’t agree that web sites should be customized for a particular device, other mobiles are sure to benefit by this move. I’m also not […] Read more »

As you have no doubt heard by now good friend Marc Orchant had a heart attack last Sunday morning.  A lot of people are contacting me asking for updates on Marc’s status so I wanted to share what I know about his condition.  Marc has not […] Read more »

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Looks like the cat’s out of the bag and the next update to Windows Mobile is available for peeping. Not officially, of course, but that doesn’t make the plethora of pictures any less satisfying over at BGR, does it? Aside from the many screenshots (which look […] Read more »

The WiBrain sort of defies description with more controls and buttons on the front than you can shake a stylus at.  It’s priced well though so you have to take a close look at this innovative UMPC.  The Boy Genius Report has gotten one and has […] Read more »

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I’ve personally never been disappointed with the battery life on my Apple iPhone, but if you’ve been let down, the Mophie Juice Pack could ease your pain. This external battery extender wraps itself around your precious to provide a non-slip grip as well as more juice. […] Read more »

Last week saw the Windows Mobile Office 6.1 release, which added Office 2007 file format compatibility to the software suite. What if you don’t have the latest and greatest version of Office Mobile on your device? In a rare (but previously announced) move, Microsoft is offering […] Read more »

There is no doubt the Touch Dual, the successor to the HTC Touch, is a vast improvement over the original.  The hardware components are beefier and HTC has improved some of the key applications to make them work better with the touch interface.  Mobile Gadgeteer Matt […] Read more »

My very good friend Marc Orchant suffered a massive heart attack yesterday and is currently in critical care.  He is not expected to recover consciousness for a while and I will post any updates as soon as I get them.  I am posting this here as […] Read more »

Fellow Tablet PC MVP Warner Crocker has been under the weather but like a true geek he hasn’t let that keep him from several interesting geek projects around the house.  Warner got himself an iMac to use for his desktop system, a move I predict he […] Read more »

Linda Epstein of the Tablet PC2 has a great holiday list each year and this year’s guide has gone live with some very cool stuff making Linda’s list.  The goodies cover a wide breadth of gadgets and such and they have been categorized thoughtfully for our […] Read more »

No question the HTC Shift has been a UMPC of mystical proportions as rumors have been flying around since details of the slider began to leak out.  A few folks have gotten preproduction units into their hot little hands and hands-on reviews are beginning to appear […] Read more »

Handango continues to offer Free App Friday and since today is… well, Friday… there’s something waiting for BlackBerry owners. Ascendo DataVault is the free software du jours, so head over to Handango if you’re interested and have a compatible device.DataVault looks to take an eWallet / […] Read more »

More good news on the Solid State Disk, or SSD front: Micron is joining this space with some products in production by the end of the year. Yup, a few short weeks from now, product lines will start churning out components, but what will they be? […] Read more »

The current (or coming soon) HTC Shift UMPC offers up wireless connectivity of the HSDPA flavor, so when Engadget found a Shift-like diagram on the FCC site of a CDMA device, it didn’t take much to put two and two together. Known in FCC-land as the […] Read more »

Well, well, well… isn’t it interesting that following the “Any Devices, Any Apps” announcement, Verizon has chosen LTE for their 4G network platform? These two announcements in combination could have a tremendous impact on the U.S. cellular market in a few ways.First off, Verizon and Vodafone […] Read more »

I have written a few times about the situation with the integrated GPS and the Verizon BlackBerry 8830.  Originally Verizon released the 8830 with the GPS totally disabled and a brouhaha ensued, naturally.  Then Verizon stated to me that in November the GPS would be enabled […] Read more »

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