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Actually, the laptop bag doubles as a WiFi finder, but why quibble? Soyntec offers the Wiffinder 200 Urban Bag for 34,40 Euros so you can tote up to a 15.4-inch notebook and other mobile gear on the inside. Outside you’ll see an LCD clock that also […] Read more »

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It’s been dead for a few days now and resisted numerous attempts to revive it but I am happy to say that threatening to take it to the Genius Bar persuaded my iPod Touch to wake up from the dead.  I was able to successfully restore […] Read more »

Since we just figured out how to add Tasks to the Google Calendar in Firefox, let’s switch it up and see how to add the Google Calendar to your browser sidebar. Cybernet turned me on to this bookmark trick that accomplishes the little productivity booster. You’ll […] Read more »

What weighs less then 3 pounds, is smaller than the MacBook Air yet has almost all of the same hardware components?  That would be the newly announced Fujitsu P1620, of course.  The P1620 is the update to the P1610 that I used for a long time […] Read more »

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Look out! The mobile space and home entertainment market worlds are starting to collide… in a good way, though. Nokia just became the first company to get a mobile handset DLNA-certified as Mobile Digital Media Server: “With up to eight gigabytes of built-in memory, the Nokia […] Read more »

The other day, I noted a Windows Now article indicating an 11% performance increase when installing the Release Candidate of SP1 for Vista. I wanted to put it to the test myself, however, so I replicated the test on my Samsung Q1P that was previously upgraded […] Read more »

The $99 Centro hasn’t been out for three months but it’s getting the update treatment already. I see that as a good thing; you don’t want problems on your smartphone to linger on and on…So what’s included? It’s all about the mail… VersaMail to be specific. […] Read more »

I’d like to think that my BroadbandAccess (EV-DO) data plan with Verizon Wireless is unlimited again, but I know it isn’t. How do I know that? I know it because I follow the mobile technology industry and as much I’d hope everyone found it as fascinating […] Read more »

With more and more devices everywhere, synchronizing important data continues to be a challenge. We’ve got tasks, contacts, e-mail, notes, docs and other info getting scattered around and of course, we expect to have instant access to all of that info regardless of the device we’re […] Read more »

Haven’t had enough Menlow information yet? You’re in luck because AnandTech has a high-level piece with a some detailed tidbits sprinkled in on the new mobile processor platform. While we’re all hoping for UMPC-nirvana, AnandTech appears to have lower expectations: "The Menlow project began back in […] Read more »

Ok, the wave of hysteria should now be subsiding over the MacBook Air. Everyone who hasn’t already done so, please take your seats so we can move on. Thanks. Let’s now get past the on-stage presentation of the device and look a little closer. I see […] Read more »

The Dell Latitude XT has one key differentiator over other Tablet PCs: the capability for multi-touch with the N-trig solution. Folks have been wondering how it will really work since there’s no software or firmware to support the functionality and today, N-trig starts providing an answer. […] Read more »

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