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The Morning Paper is talking up the rumored Palm Gandolf which is supposedly to be announced soon.  The New Palm is reported to run the getting long in the tooth Palm Garnet OS. Photos that have surfaced show the new Palm to run Windows Mobile Standard […] Read more »

Red at The Red Ferret Journal has published a list of "10 serious problems with touchscreens that you should know before June 29th" in celebration of the iPhone release on that date.  Having used touchscreen devices for years I can tell you that Red’s list is […] Read more »

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Cheryl of Late to the Party recently evaluated the Nokia N800 and has published an excellent 3 part review on her blog.  Part 1: HardwarePart 2: Wireless radiosPart 3: Built in software This is one of the best reviews I’ve seen yet of the N800 so […] Read more »

Everything you want to know about the Samsung Q1 Ultra is gathered in one place on Samsung’s new microsite devoted to the UMPC. The high-res pics are stunning and you can view the device from just about every conceivable angle. Other than the one typo (the […] Read more »

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Tablet PCs are perfect for field work and to the NBA basketball courts are certainly in the field.  While you were watching Game 1 of the NBA Finals last night a bunch of Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet PCs were making sure the statistics were kept accurately […] Read more »

Here’s a nifty add-on to Box.net, the free on-line file management service. A small 270 Kb download integrates with Microsoft Office 2003 or 2007 to provide a one-click option for storing your Office artifact in your Box.net vault. Yep, anything you can create in Word, Excel, […] Read more »

Microsoft has Windows Mobile Device Center 6.1 available for your syncing pleasure…or pain, depending on your past experience. ;) This is for Vista users only as ActiveSync was rewritten and re-badged for the new operating system. This update includes: InformationRights Management activation – Automatically configure the […] Read more »

Andy Abramson of VoIP Watch has lots of little birdies flying around and they usually tell him some pretty solid stuff.  They are now telling him that Verizon Wireless has quietly begun capping their unlimited data plan (BroadbandAccess) at 4 GB per month.  This is even […] Read more »

Mark your calendars and set those reminders now: there are three mobile technology webcasts geared towards UMPCs and Tablet PCs that you don’t want to miss this month. They’re all scheduled for the same time of day, so why not save a few steps and make […] Read more »

Talk about going from bad to worse: last night Palm pulled the already borderng on late maintenance release for the Sprint Treo 700p. The update for Verizon versions actually never got released, which in hindsight is a good thing since there are issues with the software […] Read more »

HTC now has a full web site up devoted to the innovative Touch phone.  It is chock full of video and information about the Touch and has a nice online demo of the Touch features.  Here’s the tasty wasabi green version of the Touch: UPDATE:  Arne […] Read more »

HTC is making some of the coolest mobile devices around, from the Advantage, a Windows Mobile device to the Shift UMPC.  Today they are announcing the launch of the Touch, a Windows Mobile 6 Pro (Phone Edition) phone that uses a very iPhone-like touch interface.  The […] Read more »

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