Matthew Miller

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

Latest Posts

Is the SE P990 too late to the QWERTY phone game?

The SE P990 was announced in 2005, but is just now entering into user's hands. While the device hardware is solid and packs in quite a bit of functionality, it is also quite thick and bulky compared to all the other new QWERTY devices on the market. Will buyers be swayed by the camera and the UIQ OS or will they bypass this latest Sony Ericsson entry?

October 5, 2006 by


FCC approves Samsung i607 WM Smartphone

The QWERTY keyboard smartphone market continues to expand and Cingular customers will soon get a chance to own one of the slimmest form factor devices out there. Cingular is looking to roll out HSDPA devices in the next couple of months and looks to be the carrier of choice for GSM phone enthusiasts.

October 4, 2006 by


Huge growth seen for converged device market

The ZDNet IT Facts blog is a great source for interesting data and I find articles there related to mobile technology almost on a daily basis. The one that caught my eye yesterday stated that 63 million converged devices were expected to ship by year end 2010.

October 2, 2006 by


15 top tips for the Nokia N91

I have been using the Nokia N91 S60 smartphone for a couple of months and tend to use it to gather and listen to all of my favorite podcasts using the Nokia Podcasting application and a WiFi connection. The N91 is an interesting smartphone with a large 4GB drive and solid stainless construction.

October 2, 2006 by


Will the real BlackBerry killer please stand up?

OK, you regular readers of this blog are just going to have to live with the fact that I am a huge thumb keyboard fan and like to talk about devices using this form factor. While thumb keyboards may not be perfect, I think for text messaging and email composition they serve a vital purpose as you can see with the success of the RIM BlackBerry platform.

September 28, 2006 by