Matthew Miller

Matthew Miller started using mobile devices in 1997 and has been writing news, reviews, and opinion pieces ever since. He is a co-host, with ZDNet's Kevin Tofel, of the MobileTechRoundup podcast and an author of three Wiley Companion series books. Matthew started using mobile devices with a US Robotics Pilot 1000 and has owned more than 200 different devices running Palm, Linux, Symbian, Newton, BlackBerry, iOS, Android, webOS, Windows Mobile, and Windows Phone operating systems. His current collection includes a Nokia Lumia 830, Apple iPhone 6 Plus, BlackBerry Passport, Sony Xperia Z3, Microsoft Surface Pro 3, and many more, along with tons of accessories and classic devices like the Apple Newton MessagePad 2100 and Sony CLIE UX50. Matthew can be found on various discussion forums under the user name of "palmsolo".

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The Nokia E61 experience, part 2/2

The Nokia E61 experience, part 2/2

Office document management, PC synchronization, basic GPS navigation, mobile entertainment, and more are all featured on the Nokia E61 without the addition of any 3rd party applications. The E61 knocked the Treo 650 from my hands and continues to impress me with features every day.

June 7, 2006 by in Microsoft

Take your TV on the road with SlingPlayer Mobile

Take your TV on the road with SlingPlayer Mobile

You can now watch your home TV and DVR content on Windows Mobile Smartphones using a WiFi or high speed data connection. The mobile device also serves as a remote to control your TV and DVR from anywhere in the world so you can setup recordings and manage your home TV.

June 5, 2006 by in Mobility

Is the Nokia E61 the real BlackBerry contender?

Is the Nokia E61 the real BlackBerry contender?

You may not think of a Nokia smartphone as a business focused device, but the E61 has more to offer to the executive than the RIM BlackBerry or Motorola Q. Get "push" email, full Office compatibility, integrated thumb keyboard, WiFi and Bluetooth in this latest device from Nokia.

June 2, 2006 by in Microsoft

Access your PC from your mobile device on the road

Access your PC from your mobile device on the road

I often travel to visit clients or conduct maritime salvage operations and a mobile device is always with me. However, at times the files I need are not always with me and I can't always have my wife or coworker find them and email them out. The options for mobile device users needing to access their home or work PC are expanding as more people start to use mobile devices and as mobile devices become more powerful.

June 1, 2006 by in Hardware

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