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The Fujitsu U1010 is a marvel that provides a wealth of functionality in a small form factor that Fujitsu claims is the world’s smallest convertible Tablet PC.  It certainly has everything and the kitchen sink included in a device roughly the size of a paperback book.  […] Read more »

Is it a Tablet PC? Is a UMPC? I’m not sure yet, but the "Edy Personal Computer" platform sounds like a 3 pound slate device. The usual suspects are involved, namely Intel and Microsoft, and one unusual one: Bit Wallet, a Japanese online payment business. Intel […] Read more »

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It’s just a Yanko Design concept by Adam Ohearn at the moment, but the DTR looks quite stylish for a convertible Tablet PC. The desktop replacement docking stand accepts that ‘vertible on the stand and provides what looks to be a wireless keyboard and mouse; I’m […] Read more »

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again- HTC is the most innovative producer of Windows Mobile devices around.  If you doubt that statement take a look at these new photos of the rumored HTC Omni that recently surfaced on the web: OMG, the Omni […] Read more »

Samsung really ratcheted up the thumb-board/ no thumb-board debate with the introduction of the Ultra Q1 UMPC.  The unique split thumb-board certainly has birthed many debates over the utility that tiny keyboards bring to the UMPC platform.  One thing that these debates seems to verify is […] Read more »

Looks like Ed Hardy of Brighthand was at the same event I attended last week. I only grabbed stills of the Palm Foleo, but Ed provides a short video walkthrough of this mobile companion. Ed’s video confirms what I saw: the device is easy to use […] Read more »

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At 90 Euros, or about $120, the Nokia HF-300 isn’t what I’d call inexpensive, but it does have some nice features. This Bluetooth speakerphone includes a visor-clip so it’s great for the car and you get 20 hours of talk time on a battery charge. No […] Read more »

Not sure if this is an everyday price or a holiday special, but a MobileRead tipster found a great deal on Sony’s eBook reader. Hit up this page at TigerDirect for a $99 deal on the PRS-500 standalone reader device. Looks like you’ll have to wait […] Read more »

Nothing like a good FCC search to whittle away the day before a holiday. Looks like the PC Joint folks are bored because they eye-spied the 12.1-inch HP Compaq 2710p Tablet PC in the not-so-fun-to-browse FCC site. Trust me, it’s a chore. ;) My eye was […] Read more »

Travelers going through Gatwick airport in London have a new service to help ease those troubled travels, the Yotel.  The Yotel is basically a cubicle hotel with small (10 x 10 ft) rooms with baths.  The rooms rent for 4 hours at a time (and up) […] Read more »

Our earlier post on the new Logitech webcams prompted a great comment from John who said, "I wish someone would make a bluetooth webcam. I hate wires. Especially when I going minimal and only carrying my UMPC." I’m similar to John in that my UMPC goes […] Read more »

There are two new Microsoft MVPs in the Tablet PC category joining Kevin and I in that august group.  Congratulations to Matt Faulkner of GottaBeMobile and Frank Garcia better known as ctitanic of Ultra-Mobile PC Tips.  Both are very deserving of this award and we wish […] Read more »

RealTechNews reminds us today that the iTunes software required to activate your iPhone will not run under the 64-bit versions of Windows XP or Vista.  That fact is buried in the fine print on Apple’s iPhone web site but those running either of those OS versions […] Read more »

While iPhones activation woes and locked phones dominate the news the Universal Music Group has notified Apple it will not renew its annual contract with Apple’s iTunes Music Store.  Pulling out of a contractual arrangement with Apple leaves the UMG free to put a little more […] Read more »

The Podcast Awards are open for nominations again so if you are a MobileTechRoundup listener we’d appreciate your nomination. Last year we had the honor of making the finals but lost out due to divine intervention  (the Catholic Insider won).   The nomination process is very simple […] Read more »

Reader Cody Blotske sent in this photo of the Miller Lite girls using a Tablet PC to collect visitor information for a contest at some unknown event.  I’m waiting for Cody to chime in to tell us where this event took place but he said this […] Read more »

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