Matthew Miller

Matthew Miller started using a Pilot 1000 in 1997 and has been writing news, reviews, and opinion pieces ever since.

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CES devices that help you work where you want to be

The OQO Model O2, the Medion UMPC, and the S-XGEN device were all announced at CES in Vegas. Although Samsung was the first to launch a UMPC device with the Samsung Q1 they never made any official statements regarding a Vista device. They showed off existing models like the Q1P, Q1B and Q1 SSD and also a new Q1P SSD model. Toshiba introduced a new Tablet with a docking system using Ultra-Wide Band technology to help free you from cables that could make your transition from work to home a bit easier. The FlyBook V5i also provides a small form factor Tablet with 3G connectivity.

January 10, 2007 by

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The touch screen kills the Apple iPhone for the business user

The iPhone is admittedly very cool looking at first, but the enterprise user wants a functional device that enables them to get their job done and the touch screen on the iPhone won't be that enabler. With the size of the iPhone it may be a difficult task to do one-handed and although many people may not admit it they do dial while driving or in a car and having to use two hands on the iPhone makes it very inconvenient and dangerous to try on the road.

January 10, 2007 by

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MobileTechRoundup show #86, Live from Vegas

James, Kevin, and I are all in Vegas so we thought it would be good to try to get together and record a show with some of our thoughts on CES. We also had an unexpected guest host on MobileTechRoundup show #86 that required a bit of editing to make sure we didn't get kicked off iTunes. We did chat about the VERY cool Origami Experience, OQO Model 02, Toshiba's new UWB technology in use, and a bit more. We'll cover the iPhone in the next show since we were recording in a public setting at the Bloghaus, but we think you will have fun with this show.

January 10, 2007 by

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MobileTechRoundup show #85, who are these guys?

The three co-hosts of the podcast are either in or headed to Vegas for CES so in MobileTechRoundup show #85 you will hear James, Kevin, and myself give our listeners a bit of each of our history. Some people like to know more about the people they listen to and we promise to go back to lots of talk about mobile devices since tons of news should be pouring out of CES this week. We will try to record a show live in Vegas so stay tuned for that as well.

January 6, 2007 by

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CES 2007 coverage will be diverse and comprehensive

CES 2007 will be covered by mainstream press, bloggers, and the casual attendee this year as people hit the show floor with video cameras, cameraphones, microphones. With something like 140,000+ people hitting the streets of Vegas this week stay tuned for instant coverage and an information overload.

January 6, 2007 by

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MacTablet to be launched next week

Axiotron and Other World Computing will be launching the ModBook next week at the MacWorld Expo. This is a slate Mac computer with Tablet PC-type functionality. There will be ModBooks being demoed at the event, but there are no real rumors of an actual Apple Tablet PC being launched anytime soon.

January 4, 2007 by

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Motorola Q is coming to Sprint soon

Sprint just issued a press release announcing that the Motorola Q is coming by mid-February as part of their Power Vision offerings. The Sprint Motorola Q is much more attractive than the Verizon offering since you can get unlimited data for as low as US$15 with Sprint while unlimited data from Verizon runs something like US$80 per month. My only hesitation with the Q though is that the next version of Windows Mobile, code-named Crossbow, is scheduled for a 2007 release and this Sprint offering may be coming a bit too late.

January 4, 2007 by

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Will Cingular and Palm announce the Treo 750 at CES?

There is only one Windows Mobile Treo GSM model currently available and that can be found from Vodafone outside the United States. The Treo 750 may be announce by Palm and Cingular at CES next week, but no pricing or availability information is yet available. Will T-Mobile ever catch up again with Cingular? They lag behind in 3G and in available mobile devices.

January 3, 2007 by

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MobileTechRoundup show #84, Happy New Year

We wish all of our listeners a Happy New Year in MobileTechRoundup show #84. James, Kevin, and I are heading to CES in Vegas next week and look forward to checking out all the mobile technology that will be on display. Kevin has a Raon Digital Vega in the house and is checking out this ultra portable Windows PC. All three cohosts now have a Zune digital media player, but one of us isn't having as good of an experience as the other two. If you have a S60 device then listen for a couple of freeware titles you may want to try out. Lastly, we give our quick take on what we would like to see from mobile tech in 2007.

January 1, 2007 by

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