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The agonizing wait is over for the XV6800, Verizon Wireless’s successor to the venerable XV6700. You can find the “new” device online at the Verizon Wireless website for $349 with a two-year contract and $50 mail-in rebate. Of course, this is the same HTC phone as […] Read more »

I don’t work in my car but I know quite a few people who do and I am pretty sure they could use a good solution to make handling a laptop easier in their ride.  I recently heard from a company who is going to release […] Read more »

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The "typical day" posts we do here are always very popular and recently a friend of ours, Michael Connick, posted one of his own that details how he used all his gear over a given day.  Michael is currently using a Kohjinsha SH6 UMPC and a […] Read more »

I am quite happy with the ultra-slim extra battery for the HP 2710p that provides me an additional 5 hours of battery life when I need it but for devices I’ve used in the past without that option I have gotten good use out of an […] Read more »

I love me some EV-DO in the morning and my Verizon v740 ExpressCard modem made by Qualcomm has served me well.  Note being a company content to have only one vendor Verizon has announced the availability of another ExpressCard modem by Kyocera.  The KPC680 is Rev. […] Read more »

VITO Technology offers up an application that should increase your Windows Mobile on-screen typing accuracy, but I’m wondering what you’re sacrificing due to the method. The company just released ZoomBoard for Windows Mobile 2003, 5 and 6 devices that have a touchscreen. The premise behind the […] Read more »

Camtasia Studio has long been one of the greatest screen capturing programs around and the newest version 5 is simply awesome.  TechSmith, makers of Camtasia, realize that some folks don’t need the latest bells and whistles and have made version 3 available for free download.  You […] Read more »

Last week there was news that the new Nokia Internet Tablet operating system, OS2008, was available for N800 devices, but that wasn’t the most official of releases from Nokia. Instead, folks found the hosted image files and started to use them before Nokia offered them up. […] Read more »

The LG Shine actually hit AT&T stores last week on the busiest U.S. shopping day of the year, but the press release just hit the airwaves this morning. If you’re looking for a basic slider with the standard trimmings, the Shine could meet your needs so […] Read more »

Yesterday I received an intriguing invite from OQO to a pre-launch unveiling in London of a new product on December 3rd.  OQO will also announce something they call the Anytime/ Anywhere Computing Environment.  There’s not a lot of additional information but it sounds like a totally […] Read more »

The Thanksgiving family gathering yesterday was great and one I look forward to each year.  It’s great to sit with the family who gathers together far too seldom and have a nice day together.  This year was different in a gadgety way and I am still […] Read more »

Much of the eBook attention lately is on Amazon’s Kindle, and rightly so. I resisted my early-adopter genes and didn’t pull the trigger on a Kindle, so eReader continues to be my current platform for digital content reading. eReader fans likely subscribe to the eReader newsletter, […] Read more »

While I was eating Thanksgiving turkey and feeling sleepy, Steve was wasting no time unboxing an HTC Shift across the pond. He’s got two videos to help wake us all up and provide more info on the forthcoming UMPC slider with keyboard. I was keenly interested […] Read more »

Kevin started it and it gave me a good think about the mobile tech I’d be thankful for.  It’s a pretty short list but here it is for your reading pleasure: An iPod Touch with a 5 inch screen.  Fully ink aware and with good productivity […] Read more »

It’s that special time of the year for spending time with friends and family once again. Kevin and I wish all of our readers in the US a very Happy Thanksgiving!   For those of you outside the US have a great day too!  Read more »

When I hear the word “BlackBerry”, two things come to mind: enterprise-worthy mobile devices and flavored schnapps. Since I’m on the clock, I’ll skip the latter and focus on the former. Apparently, RIM wants to change focus a little too, starting with a new operating system […] Read more »

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