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Craving a call log for that Palm Treo 680? That’s one thing I’ve always liked about my Windows Mobile devices, there’s a generally usable call log for the phone calls made, received and missed. Apparently the Palm Treo 680 is lacking in this department, but based […] Read more »

I caught wind of iTweet during one of Marc Orchant’s Twitter updates last week. (BTW: Happy five-o to Marc today!) I was using the standard Twitter home page on my iPhone up this point, but having used the free iTweet service, I doubt I’ll ever go […] Read more »

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It seems like everyone wants their device to look and act like an iPhone, as opposed to just getting an iPhone.  At least in the US.  Some clever folks in Brazil have written a utility for the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet that mimics the on-screen keyboard […] Read more »

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Dan of ThoughtFix is a great guy that Kevin and I had the pleasure of meeting earlier this year.  I try to stay in touch with Dan regularly as he is very plugged into the mobile lifestyle and what it takes to achieve one.  In that […] Read more »

In my defense, it looked like a Motorola RAZR phone upon first glance. No, it’s a unique hard drive that has a miniUSB port but also unfolds with a PCMCIA interface. ASKA-CORP’s HD32F hard drive is available in a 20- to 40 GB range, so it […] Read more »

A personal congrats out to Michael and Laurent of Bookeen: they’ve revamped their Cybook standalone reader that becomes available in as little as five weeks. September will bring the newest version of their eBook reading device and it’s much more exciting than the very first Cybook […] Read more »

PC Magazine is always something I check regularly.  Agree or disagree with their POVs and reviews, they always have a lot of interesting information covering the mobile technology world.   Gearlog, the PC Mag blog, has informed us that the magazine now has a mobile version that […] Read more »

The Mogo Mouse is one of those cool ideas that you either love or hate.  The original MM is a thin Bluetooth mobile mouse that slides into a PC Card slot of your notebook for transport and charging.  Word has come out that the Mogo folks […] Read more »

I’ve known for some time that I have terrible posture when working at the computer. If I ever forget that, my neck and shoulders usually remind me through the night. I’ve tried better desk and chair settings, but how the heck do you know when you’re […] Read more »

http://www.youtube.com/v/eN_Nt7N6xsk Although I’m showing Earthcomber on the iPhone, it works on multiple devices: Palm, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, even a standard cell phone that’s web-capable. Earthcomber is touted as "personal radar for your phone" and that’s a pretty accurate description. Although there are other location-based applications to […] Read more »

Just last night while recording the MobileTechRoundup podcast, James and I were discussing Facebook with Matt. We all agreed that we can’t jump into every social network that comes across the wire these days: we’d never get anything done! One of the reasons we’ve embraced Facebook […] Read more »

Oki Electric has developed a middleware iris scanning and recognition solution that can be used on various smartphones and PDAs. No extra fancy equipment is needed as Oki’s solution can use fairly standard components: a 1-megapixel camera and a mobile CPU with a 220 MHz clock […] Read more »

FInally Kevin can carry his precious iPhone in a fitting manner with these new cases from Louis Vuitton.  He’ll be able to impress his neighbors and protect his iPhone at the same time.  That combination is priceless but the cases are actually cheaper than you might […] Read more »

I just got back from running the kids around and see a direct Twitter tweet to me from Kathy Jacobs. Great news out of TechSmith today with the introduction of a SnagIt to OneNote accessory! This plug-in allows you to take any of your SnagIt screen […] Read more »

Tracy Hooten of The Student Tablet PC blog is being featured in Laptop Magazine.  The magazine quizzes Tracy who describes very aptly how she got involved with Tablet PCs and how they benefit students.  It’s really cool to see a fellow MVP in the big magazine!  […] Read more »

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