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  Due to the way Feedburner creates the feed I have been using for the OnTheRun with Tablet PCs podcast the iTunes Music Store is not showing any episodes available. It has to do with the fact that Feedburner only includes posts on the front page […] Read more »

Marc Orchant’s Gateway Tablet PC, I mean convertible notebook, arrived days early and he has published the first of multiple promised posts about the out of box experience. I think he likes it so far. :) Read more »

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I was looking around on the Gateway site and see that the entry level model of the CX200 is now only $999! It’s only a Celeron processor but the rest of the specs are decent. Finally, a sub-$1000 Tablet PC. Awesome. Read more »

I stay in OneNote all day and anything that makes the powerful program even more useful is great. Any utility that does that and is free just makes my day. It also makes my Freeware of the Moment list so here it is. The OneNote Daily […] Read more »

You can never have enough high quality fonts that look good everywhere, especially on web sites. Vitaly Friedman has compiled a list of 25 fonts that are license-free that can be freely used in your documents. Some of these look really nice so if you are […] Read more »

Marc Orchant has detailed his network-wide backup strategy and explains why he uses the tools he employs to make sure every computer on his home network is automatically backed up. Read more »

Vancouver, WA, Nov. 1, 2005 – Wacom Technology Corporation’s new Intuos3 6×11 pen tablet is specifically designed for photographers, designers and artists who are using multiple monitors or a widescreen display like the 23″ Apple® Cinema HD display. The Intuos3 6×11 features an active area with […] Read more »

I just got an email from David X. about the launch of a new service for sharing media, PixPulse. According to David PixPulse works on all carriers and lets you share your photos and videos directly to your friends’ mobile devices. Looks like flickr but for […] Read more »

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David was going to order a Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet PC but when he saw that Marc Orchant ordered a Gateway and because Marc is so happy about the Gateway, David switched and ordered one too. It’s all Marc’s fault, that much is clear. David’s Gateway left […] Read more »

MoTR 2 is 31:29 minutes long and is a 21.7 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, hello, helloooo…Thank-you BatteryGeek Inc. for sponsoring MoTR!BatteryGeek product […] Read more »

The uber-cool Nokia 770 Internet Tablet has been released in Europe with the US hopefully not too far behind. The Nokia 770 is a WiFi-based little gadget optimized with open source software to allow easy web browsing and email handling. Mike Cane’s excellent review of the […] Read more »

If you have one of the cool Linux-based PDAs from the Sharp Zaurus line and you want to turn it into a full pocket workstation then head over to pocketworkstation.org. They have full instructions for installing Debian on the Sharp to get all the functionality enabled. […] Read more »

Buddy Marc Orchant is in that awesome state of wait with his newly ordered Gateway Tablet PC wending its way to Marc. It looks like Marc will have his hands on the new beauty early next week he and promises to record every moment. I wonder […] Read more »

OnTheRun with Tablet PCs is the podcast all about ink and slate and show #1 is the inaugural effort of James Kendrick and Marc Orchant.  This show features a special guest- the newest Tablet PC MVP Warner Crocker and covers a range of topics about the […] Read more »

I am late reporting this but if you are a fan of The Student Tablet PC blog (and you should be) then make note they have moved their server and URL so update your RSS reader and Favorites tag. Read more »

The hosting provider for both the OnTheRun with Tablet PCs and MobileTechRoundup podcasts appears to be down this morning so anyone having difficulty downloading either show this is the reason. They are normally very reliable hosting service so I am sure they will be back up […] Read more »

Regular readers and listeners know that until recently I was producing two podcasts for The Podcast Network (TPN). I decided to take both shows off that network and take them independent due to some philosophical differences with TPN. No big deal, hosts weren’t making money on […] Read more »

Dwight Silverman mentions that Fry’s in Houston is selling a tower PC for $159 that runs Linspire. The hardware specs are a bit anemic but as Dwight points out the system is upgradable making for a pretty decent base system. Remember when PCs started at $2000? Read more »

Chris de Herrera has written a review of the new program Active Clipboard that demonstrates how useful this program is on a Tablet PC. Active Clipboard is a fully ink-enable clipboard manager that lets you collect text you use a lot and make it instantly available […] Read more »

GTCOCalComp have been making digitizers and flatbed plotters for decades and I have to admit I was surprised to hear they are still around. They have a product that might be of interest for educators and other groups that wish to control and annotate presentations wirelessly. […] Read more »

Magellan has pulled the journal part out of their excellent MagellanEMR program for medical professionals and now offer it as a standalone product. MagellanWriter is a full blown note-taking program that makes full use of digital ink on a Tablet PC. It appears to be a […] Read more »

Sanyo has announced their new ENELOOP rechargeable NI-MH batteries and the specs on these babies are very nice. The ENELOOP batteries are available in both AA and AAA sizes and ship fully charged and ready to use. The batteries are reported to be recyclable making them […] Read more »

I first mentioned the Samsung M70 notebook computer with the 19 inch detachable screen back in September and the innovative notebook computer is now being demonstrated by Samsung. The M70 is a “hybrid PC” that lets you detach the big screen and use it with another […] Read more »

On the first MobileTechRoundup Podcast Dave Ciccone, Kevin Tofel and I discussed what mobile gadgets we carry around every day to make our life and work easier. A reporter in Argentina asked President Bush what he was carrying around in his pockets and the answer points […] Read more »

I wrote about the Bart PE utility quite some time ago since it gives you the power to build a customized Windows XP boot CD. Today I found a web site dedicated to building the Ultimate Boot CD for Windows with step by step instructions for […] Read more »

The new Acer C200 convertible Tablet PC with the innovative sliding hinge is now available on TigerDirect. This is the same sliding hinge Tablet that has been shown in the past by Bill Gates. I have played with one very briefly and it is very cool. […] Read more »

Slashdot has long been the web site reporting on the cutting edge of technology and a mainstay on the tech scene. The very concept of the reader submitted story is the basis upon which Digg has been founded and the popularity of Digg proves it’s still […] Read more »

Nothing could be better than a Total Immersion computing experience and the MYPCE delivers on all fronts. Combining comfortable seating with a totally configurable computing environment this looks like the perfect way to attain total geekdom. The MYPCE starts at only $2750 without any speakers or […] Read more »

The TechNewsRadio Podcast took a look at ruggedized Tablet PCs on a recent show. They look at the following devices: Intronix The GoBook Duo-Touch Tablet PC Hewlett-Packard (HP) tr3000 Xplore Technologies X104 family of Tablet PCs Panasonic TOUGHBOOK CF-18 If you are looking for some good […] Read more »

MoTR 1 is 32:00 minutes long and is a 21.9 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:Thank-you BatteryGeek Inc. for sponsoring MoTR!BatteryGeek product testimonial by […] Read more »

Marc Orchant points out that the current version of 3M’s Post-It Note software now has pen input on Tablet PCs. You have to spring $25 for the professional version to get the ink capabilities but I found it useful enough to do so. It is great […] Read more »

It was with great sadness that I got this information from good friend Brad Isaac, owner of Pocket PC Addict. PPCA has long been one of my favorite Pocket PC enthusiast sites and I hope it will survive: Well, I’ve got a lot of mixed feelings […] Read more »

The first notebook computer with embedded EVDO connectivity is scheduled to appear next month in Korea. The X-note Express LW20-EV has been developed jointly by LG, Intel Korea and KTF. No word if this will be sold outside Korea. (AVing via Ubergizmo) Read more »

Marc Orchant, Warner Crocker and I had a discussion on the current OnTheRun with Tablet PCs podcast that touched on how to choose the right type of Tablet PC for you. The expanding number and types of Tablet PCs available today makes the task of finding […] Read more »

OnTheRun with Tablet PCs is the podcast all about ink and slate and show #1 is the inaugural effort of James Kendrick and Marc Orchant.  This show features a special guest- the newest Tablet PC MVP Warner Crocker and covers a range of topics about the […] Read more »

If you are into serious color work you need to calibrate the color profiles so the colors you see on your screen match the colors output by your printer. You also want to make sure your color scanner is calibrated so images you scan in will […] Read more »

Sadly, Roam Magazine is not available in the US but the current issue (#3) has my article titled “Turbocharge your Tablet PC”. It’s a big article by magazine standards so if you are lucky enough to live in Australia or New Zealand check it out. Read more »

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