MobileTechRoundup Podcast 74: what time does James wake up?


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MoTR 74 is 36:49 minutes long and is a 33.7 MB file in MP3 format.
INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1? by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick.
HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel (Philadelphia)

Looks like we lost any potential Starbucks sponsorship…listen why.
Finalists for the "Name Matt’s Samsung Q1 UMPC" contest! These are the choices for YOU to pick from, and in what may be a podcast first, your most-downloaded choice determines the winner! Click on one of these finalists to download a small MP3 file; not only will you be casting your vote, but you’ll hear which host picked the same name! :)

New gear on order or in-house: BoxWave USB charging cable and a Sandisk SD-plus card with USB interface.
Vista’s ReadyBoost is on tap for testing here soon.
Speaking of Vista: have you seen the video of Vista RC on the Samsung Q1 UMPC?
Freeware of the show: dCut for Windows Media Center. Re-encode recorded TV for other devices while removing the commercials at the same time!
Matt finds the Nokia N91 as a VERY capable digital audio player; especially now that he has it working with his Yahoo! Music subscription.
Hear what we think on the new Yahoo-Intel UMPC from Quanta.
Live listener e-mail from James: can you use multiple Bluetooth devices with one computer at the same time?
Looks like Apple will never be a sponsor either based on James’s reaction to Windows viruses distributed via iPods.

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John, DNS needs pure CPU power to do the speech recognition and it is no surprise it won’t install on the Celeron.

John in Norway

Great show again guys!

Just a little comment from cold, windy Norway. I think it’s funny that I managed to get Vista running on my Q1 but Dragon Naturally Speaking 7 refuses to even install! (On XP or Vista). It says that there isn’t enough processing power to run it. I’m glad I didn’t retire the m200.

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