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If you are a Tablet PC enthusiast you can’t help but be forever envious of Tablet PC MVP Rob Bushway because he’s always playing with multiple Tablet PCs. He’s just posted his first impressions of the Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet PC and it seems he’s liking […] Read more »

Skype has released version 1.2.089 beta for the Pocket PC. The update comes in two flavors, a Windows installer that goes through ActiveSync and a CAB file that can be downloaded and installed directly on the Pocket PC. There is another version for slower CPUs less […] Read more »

CAD king Robin Capper has pointed to a presentation by Autodesk showing off the capabilities of their latest version. It’s a long presentation but is fascinating to watch what they can do in real-time with complex 3D models. But that’s not why I’m pointing to it, […] Read more »

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The DualCor cPC has captured the imagination of technophiles and geeks since word of this unusual device was given by CNET this past week. The idea of having a handheld that can run Windows XP for normal computing tasks yet switch to Windows Mobile 5.0 when […] Read more »

Head over to the podcast web site to download or listen (4.61MB, 6:33 minutes) I just had to talk about the most innovative device to be announced in a long time, the cPC from DualCor Technologies.  Dual-processor, 2 GB of memory, 40 GB hard drive and […] Read more »

The DualCor Technologies’ ultra-portable PC with the dual processors is being discussed all over the web since CNET broke the story a few days ago. Everyone is interested in a WinXP device that is also a full-blown smartphone running Windows Mobile 5.0 and I am at […] Read more »

I love the online retailer ThinkGeek and all the nice geeky things they sell. The Cats Eye USB HD tuner is no exception as it provides some nice functionality to any PC you connect it to. $160. Product Features Watch Free to-air live HDTV Turn your […] Read more »

Head over to the MoTR website to listen MoTR 14 is 31:30 minutes long and is a 21.6 MB file in MP3 format. INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1″ by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick. HOSTS: David Ciccone, James Kendrick and Kevin C. Tofel TOPICS:Hello! […] Read more »

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Owen Braun of the OneNote 12 team has detailed the upcoming extensibility of the next version. Owen provides some details about what extensions might be possible for developers using these new hooks into OneNote that developers should take a look at. I can just see the […] Read more »

Wireless USB has been discussed for what seems like years, OK, it has been years but it looks like it might finally be ready to appear in a product in the hopefully not too distant future. Wisair has released details of a reference design for a […] Read more »

Pete Wright is loving his Motion Le1600 and has posted his refined impressions of working with the slate Tablet PC. He reports some minor WiFi connectivity problems but is otherwise quite a happy Tableteer. He hints that he will be elaborating shortly how the Motion has […] Read more »

Google has just offered Gmail Mobile for accessing your Gmail messages on your mobile phone or other mobile device. Gmail Mobile handles attachments designed specifically for small screens. You can try it out here. They will also do something cool. Just visit the main Gmail mobile […] Read more »

I have been quite happy with my M-Audio MicroTrack 24/96 digital recorder for mobile podcasting and use it exclusively for the jkOnTheRun Audio Edition podcast. Since I’ve picked up the M-Audio I see that two other podcasters have picked one up for their podcasts, Dave Ciccone […] Read more »

Frank McPherson is a long-time mobile enthusiast and author and his “Notes from the Cave” blog has been on my favorites list for a long time. Frank recently picked up a Toshiba Tecra M4 Tablet PC and he’s blogging about the new Tablet experience. It’s good […] Read more »

Intel has announced a new processor line for 2006. The update to the Centrino platform, codename Napa, uses a dual-core processor and refreshes the motherboard chipset and wireless package. Hopefully the new dual-core processor will perform better than the AMD offering which right now runs rings […] Read more »

Not tech related (directly) but I thought this was so cool it was worth a mention. If space is at a premium in your big city apartment look at the furniture from this web site. Especially cool is the sofa that converts into a bunk bed, […] Read more »

HP has added an indoor/ outdoor screen as an option for the tc4200 Tablet PC.  The screen uses the MAX-VU technology from White Electronic Designs Corp and is the screen you’ll get when you select the “Enhanced Outdoor-Viewable Display”. (Tablet PC Corner via Life on the […] Read more »

It’s not the dual-core version of the Sting 917×2 that I mentioned earlier but Slashdot has reviewed the WidowPC Sting 917 from the standpoint of using it as a gaming machine.  Good overview of the features and specs of the Sting so check it out if […] Read more »

TDavid of Things that make you go hmm has posted a nostalgic look back over the past year with his Tablet PC.  He points out major milestones and events along the way that highlights his Tablet PC ownership.  Worth a read, I am sure many Tablet […] Read more »

Listen or download on the podcast web site- (3.90MB, 5:40 minutes) You’ve all seen those nice screen shots of the Aero Glass interface in Windows Vista.  Is this interface efficient?  Find out why I don’t think so. Enjoy the show and let me know what you’d […] Read more »

Just got this email from EverNote: 12/12/05 EverNote is Happy to Announce a New Version & Holiday Special! Dear EverNote User, We’re pleased to report that we have recently shipped the latest upgrade to EverNote (version 1.1.0.154)! If you already have EverNote installed, you can upgrade […] Read more »

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Remoba Inc., 4677 Old Ironside Dr., Suite #370 Santa Clara, California 95054 ph. 408-492-1271 http://www.remoba.com Contact information: Bill Swan, Remoba Inc,. ph. 408-568-7021, wswan@remoba.com or Joanna Laznicka, Phaze-9 Corporation, ph 408-448-3113 joanna@phaze-9.com. Remoba Inc., developer of software solutions for mobile phones, releases its […] Read more »

The nice folks at Dynamism sent me a review unit of the OQO Model 01+ to review here on jkOnTheRun. Until I get a chance to write a full review I thought I should post a few early pictures of the OQO. Read more »

Head over to the MoTR site to download and listen directly.MoTR 13 is 35:25 minutes long and is a 22.3 MB file in MP3 format. INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1″ by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick. HOSTS: David Ciccone, James Kendrick and Kevin C. […] Read more »

Loren Heiny has produced a little utility which is very useful for Tablet PC owners. SearchTip provides a TIP in an Internet Explorer window that accepts ink and fires off searches without using a keyboard. Very nice! Read more »

I will be attending CES from January 4 – 7th and would love to hook up with jkOnTheRun readers who will be there. Drop me a line to let me know and we’ll try to get together. Podcast buddies Kevin Tofel and Dave Ciccone from MobileTechRoundup […] Read more »

On the latest OnTheRun with Tablet PCs podcast Marc Orchant and I mentioned the previously unknown (to us anyway) PaceBlade SlimBook Tablet PCs. Sharp-eyed Sumocat (of the very nice ink blogging fame) noticed on the PaceBlade web site The OnScreen Keyboard. This is obviously just for […] Read more »

Now that we are starting to see video podcasts becoming more commonplace there is confusion on what to call them. A term I see used a lot is vlog and I really hope this term doesn’t stick. I mean, how do you pronounce it, vee-log or […] Read more »

The LifeBook T4020D is a full-featured convertible Tablet PC that packs a lot of wallop in a relatively svelte case. The T4020D has a 12.1 inch indoor/ outdoor screen that can be viewed almost anywhere you are likely to take the Tablet PC. The T4020D has […] Read more »

“Hi, my name is Marc and I’m an e-mail addict. It’s been three days since I signed up for a new free e-mail account.” Podcast buddy Marc Orchant has been an email client addict for many years and his recently published overview of the options available […] Read more »

No device in my memory has elicited such excitement and anticipation as the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet. The unique web surfing device while a little light on hardware specs promises a simple experience for email handling and web browsing and since it’s based on the open […] Read more »

Join Marc Orchant and James Kendrick as we go traipsing through the Tabletscape.  Marc returns from a week-long training session and explains how his usage of the CyberPad on the flights was a fruitful experience.  A new Tablet PC is discovered on a Dutch website with […] Read more »

Busy week this past week and I’ve listed the top stories on jkOnTheRun for your convenience: WidowPC releases a dual core notebook How safe is your Skype name? Hot deal on ThinkOutside BT keyboard / mouse combo Verizon will tell you when the Treo 700 is […] Read more »

Tablet PC MVP Rob Bushway is in an enviable position for a Tablet PC enthusiast. He is evaluating four different Tablet PCs side by side in a test for one of this clients and he is blogging about it. This is a very rare look at […] Read more »

Lora of What is New has published step by step instructions for making and sending holiday cards from a Tablet PC. If you are a crafty person and want to include a personal touch for those special people in your life check out how easy making […] Read more »

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