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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 »

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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 »

Steve Paine is always getting his hands on something or other and he just scored 24 hours with the hot upcoming Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 phone.  Chippy Kornel has duly reported on the experience of using this Windows Mobile-based phone from Sony and included lots of […] Read more »

We already know that the “Send to OneNote” issue on machines running the 64-bit version of Vista won’t be addressed until the next release of OneNote. I’m sure that the problem affects very few individuals as well, since there are very few Tablet PCs capable of […] Read more »

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I’ve been running XP on the HP Mini-Note for a few days now and it’s time to share some of my thoughts on the system.  Fast.  Everything is instantly responsive under XP and it still surprises me how quickly some things run.  My old faithful resource […] Read more »

You know how I love the HTC Advantage and the mini-laptop functions it provides me.  You may recall how we live blogged the entire CES straight from the Advantage, thus providing instant show floor coverage.  When HTC announced the refreshed Advantage, the x7510, I couldn’t wait […] Read more »

There’s no doubt in my mind that our planned retirement home in the Poconos will be wired up the wahoo for home automation. Since it’s 100 miles away from our current home, I’ll want to monitor and see everything that goes on up there. [Personal note […] Read more » Earlier this week, I mentioned an upcoming four-part series on Origami Experience 2.0 and the first installment is available. Today, Brandon shows off the web browsing functionality built directly into OE 2.0. Without leaving Origami Central, you can view the web in an IE7-like browser […] Read more »

CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly.MoTR 131 is 34:20 minutes long and is a 32.1 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 »

What happens when you have so much free time on your hands that you actually look at every possible field in Outlook? You find a useful productivity nugget… or you fall asleep from boredom, whichever comes first. The How-To Geek folks luckily found something before nodding […] Read more »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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