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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T-Mobile inserts the Dash

T-Mobile USA officially announced the rumored and highly anticipated T-Mobile Dash, aka HTC Excalibur, device today. I am hitting my local store as soon as it opens in a couple hours to pick up one of these WM 5 Smartphone devices running the latest AKU3 Windows Mobile update and will see if it knocks the Nokia E61 from my hands.

October 10, 2006 by

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Carnival of the Mobilists #48

Carnival of the Mobilists #48 is now live and contains a good collection of mobile musings for your education and enjoyment. See if you agree with Helen on her favorite submission of the week and submit an article if you have something to say as well.

October 9, 2006 by


Mobius Boston 2006 report

Microsoft held two invite-only events for Mobile enthusiasts last week and my full report of the Boston event is now live on Check out all the cool topics we discussed and fun we all had getting to know other community enthusiasts a bit better over a couple days in Boston.

October 6, 2006 by


T-Mobile reveals 3G plans

T-Mobile is revealing their 3G wireless data plans for the rest of 2006 and beyond. They are behind all the other US carriers and selecting frequencies not currently supported by any mobile devices doesn't seem to help with the roll out. Also, is Hilary Duff going to be the next T-Mobile spokesperson?

October 6, 2006 by


The Nokia 5500 Sport supports your active lifestyle

It isn't really a good practice to take your mobile phone with you on a workout, but Nokia encourages it with their 5500 Sport model that is built for the abuse and sweat of the gym. Their latest Music Edition includes some accessories to help you get out and about right out of the box. Unfortunately, there is no timetable or news of a U.S. release of this model S60 smartphone.

October 5, 2006 by


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