It isn't often that UMPC and Tablet PC users are taken into consideration during software development, but Ilium Software did just that with their latest beta of eWallet 5.0. Try out the application and see how the synchronization engine lets you work where you want to be.
The Mobile Gadgeteer
Professionals are doing more today on the go than ever before. Matthew Miller and Joel Evans provide you with news, commentary and in-depth reviews of the latest in mobile gadgetry such as iPads, Android tablets, cutting edge smartphones, portable gaming,
Matthew Miller started using a Pilot 1000 in 1997 and has been writing news, reviews, and opinion pieces ever since.
With more than 15 years of mobile, Internet and wireless experience, Joel specializes in taking existing brands and technologies into the mobile and wireless space. Joel is currently the VP of Strategy Integration for Mobiquity, an enterprise-class mobile solutions provider.
I was browsing the T-Mobile USA website checking out the possibility of picking up my own RIM BlackBerry Pearl when I saw that the T-Mobile Dash has now fallen to US$149.99 after a US$100 instant discount and US$100 mail-in rebate. This is US$50 less than I paid a month ago and is such an excellent deal that I just had to mention it here on my blog. The QWERTY keyboard smartphone market is hot right now and there are plenty of options for gift givers with multiple carriers.
The tagline of my blog here is Work Where You Want To Be and it seems that Microsoft has the same idea as they just updated their Windows Mobile marketing with a new site and some online ads with the tagline Work Wherever. I thought the ads were pretty funny and if you check them out make sure to watch the outtakes as well for a few more laughs. I am using a Windows Mobile T-Mobile Dash and this device lets me conduct a lot of my work on the go, especially these last couple days when I have had 3 hour commutes with the snow and ice in Western Washington.
Last week the U.S. Copyright Office issued a ruling that states cell phone owners are allowed to break their software locks on their devices. There has been quite bit of talk about this on the internet, but the ruling doesn't state anything about requiring wireless carriers to unlock your phone. It just states that people who do so won't be subject to the prohibition against circumventing access controls during the next three years.
The Carnival of the Mobilists is a weekly newsletter/summary of some of the best mobile technology sites and related postings that usually get you thinking more in depth about mobile tech. Check out issues #55 and see if you find some new favorite sites for yourself.
Many entries were submitted for this giveaway with the prize being a pair of Ultimate Ears super.fi 5 Pro earphones. Please check out the five finalists and vote for your favorite entry this week.
Many of us love to get mobile gadgets as gifts and the choices out there are amazing this year. To help you figure out what to buy for someone you can check out some thoughts and experiences with laptops, UMPCs, high end mobile smartphones, portable media players, and other mobile related gear. You can hit the stores on Black Friday or shop from the comfort of your home and let others fight to save a few bucks.
The Palm Treo 680 was announced last month and is now available for purchasing from Cingular and from Palm. You can get it for as low as US$199 or US$399 in an unlocked model. This latest Treo runs the Palm OS and should be quite a hit for the holidays.
The MobileTechRoundup gang chats about a couple new devices, the Fujitsu P1610 and the Microsoft Zune. We also congratulate Geek.com on their 10th anniversary and encourage listeners to register there for some great prizes to celebrate their birthday.
The Microsoft Zune multimedia device was released last week, but the press seems less than enthusiast about this new iPod competitor. Is the Zune really as bad as many people have stated or is there some good features in this first generation product?