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A very cool thing happened last week that I haven’t mentioned.  You’ve heard me mention in years past our local high school football team, the Cy-Fair Bobcats.  I mentioned them a lot last year as my stepson played for them and of course running back phenomenon […] Read more »

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We heard about HP’s triumphant return to the iPAQ PDA line back in September and expected to see devices getting delivered sometime this month. But something’s up in iPAQ-land and it might not be good if you wanted one of these babies sooner rather than later: […] Read more »

Many have predicted the death of Palm, but scores of Palm software titles will surely live on. One of the biggest reasons for that has to be StyleTap, the application that lets you run Palm applications on a Windows Mobile device. Not wanting to leave S60 […] Read more »

If your Firefox browser didn’t remind you already, there’s an incremental upgrade now available. Version 2.0.0.8 offers around 110 fixes including 2 memory leak resolutions; those who need all the details will find ‘em right here in the release notes. The timing of the update is […] Read more »

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After a few minutes of playtime with Michael Connick’s Kohjinsha a few weeks back, I just couldn’t shake the feeling that I needed to get one of my own. Actually, let me rephrase that in case Barb is reading and thinks our budget just took another […] Read more »

That HSUPA modem I considered waiting for two months ago is now on the shelves at the AT&T store. Actually, I was waiting for the 881U USB modem, but according to the press release, it’s the 881 PC Card that you can now nab for… wait […] Read more »

Music fans on Alltel’s network get a to sing a happy tune today. The company just added the latest Motorola handset to their device repertoire today: the MOTOROKR Z6m. Aside from the standard mobile goodness that Motorola baked in, Allel includes their innovative Celltop functionality for […] Read more »

Nokia is a company that doesn’t rest, they are always introducing super mobile phones like the N95-3 that push the envelope for such devices.  This week they have been announcing technologies that they will be leveraging on their handsets beginning next year that promise to make […] Read more »

The hoopla must have gotten to me and today I ordered Leopard, Mac OS X 10.5.  It went live today and I couldn’t resist.  The cool part is that the order shows that Leopard will be delivered on Oct. 26th, not ship on that date which […] Read more »

Thanks to jkOTR reader Joe for shooting me the information; the kids were off from school, so I was introducing them to bookstores and overpriced hot chocolate when the news hit. Apple will indeed offer an SDK for the iPhone in February of next year. This […] Read more »

No more agonizing about what to take to Vegas, I’m taking the P1610 for its svelte form and dependable work ethic.  You could probably tell I was going to go that way but the synchronization thing did give me pause.  What I decided to do is […] Read more »

RIM and AT&T announced today the BlackBerry 8310, more commonly known as the Curve, will be available for purchase for $199.99 with a 2 year contract.  The Curve is a GPS-enabled BlackBerry that unlike the Verizon 8830 actually lets you use the GPS.  The Curve will […] Read more »

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