I was a beta tester of this new UMA service and T-Mobile is now starting to roll out the service in the Puget Sound area. The new service allows you to use WiFi with your mobile phone while connected to your network or any T-Mobile Hotspot. If you have a weak cell signal at your house, this new service should solve that problem while providing some cool features.
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.
As higher capacity storage cards and faster data networks continue to make their way onto mobile devices the ability to view media content becomes easier and easier. You can now watch Google Video content on many mobile devices with a compatible player and a good connection.
If you are looking for a small fully functional Windows XP computer with a QWERTY keyboard then you may want to check out the OQO model 01+ that has now dropped down to below US$1,200. A new model may be coming soon with more wireless functionality.
The entertaining, and sometimes educational and informative, MobileTechRoundup podcast appears again with show #74. James, Kevin, and I always have fun talking about mobile technology and this show was no different with lots of banter about the Samsung Q1 running Vista, Nokia N91, dCut utility for Windows Media Center, and more. Enjoy the show!
There are still only a few select UMPC models available and only one that is easily found in retail stores. One enthusiast was able to get both a Samsung Q1 and TabletKiosk eo 7110 and compare them side-by-side. TabletKiosk also has two upcoming Road Shows where you can get some hands-on time with their devices so if you are in the Orlando or Houston area in November check them out.
Women offer an interesting viewpoint on mobile technology and there are several mobile enthusiast sites out there that post some excellent reviews, news, and thoughts. As the smartphone becomes more and more a part of our lives, it is valuable to have resources such as these site available to see what choices are out there that fit everyone's needs and desires.
QWERTY devices are quite popular this year and the Samsung SGH-i320 is competing with the best of them with its extremely small size and rock solid construction. This smartphone isn't yet available in the U.S., but if you submit a successful entry to the contest then it can be yours for free. Check out the full review, with over 15 photos, and enter to win the device.
Documents To Go is the premier mobile Office suite for Palm OS based mobile devices and they continue to improve their product with the release of Documents To Go 9. Their new InTact Technology helps you maintain all your special formatting even if you need to edit it on your Treo device.
The Nokia N91 is a multimedia S60 smartphone that allows you to browse, subscribe and listen to podcasts and get unlimited subscription content on a single device. It takes the best of the iPod and other MP3 players and adds a high powered mobile phone. Is the N91 the device that will set the standard for multimedia converged devices?
Think of the best sounding speakers you have ever heard and then place them into your ear canal and you'll get a bit of feel for what the Ultimate Ears super.fi 5 Pro earphones provide. There is extensive documentation in the user guide about keeping the volume level low on your device and you need to follow this advice. I can't describe how awesome the sound is in words and highly recommend you try them out yourself and prepare to be blown away.