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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Nokia and Cingular announce the Nokia E62

There are very few surprises on device releases in the United States since the FCC makes most of their approvals available for reporters to discover and the release of the Nokia E62 was rumored a month ago. It is great to see this powerful Nokia enterprise device becoming officially available in the United States and I hope this starts a trend from Nokia with future devices.

September 12, 2006 by

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Carnival of the Mobilists #44

The Carnival online newsletter brings together a huge collection of mobile related technology posts for all to enjoy. Check out the latest issue and you may find some new sites you haven't visited before.

September 12, 2006 by

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Check out these details of the HTC Excalibur

The upcoming Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone sporting a QWERTY keyboard and unique side slide jog bar was put through a few paces by a WM Smartphone expert and his initial thoughts are now live. The review also includes a few photos showing the features of the device we haven't seen yet.

September 11, 2006 by

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What will be announced at the New York Nokia Open Studio?

I'll be covering the Nokia Open Studio event in September and am curious to see what types of announcements Nokia will make here in the U.S. It seems that Europe and other countries get all the cool Nokia toys first and I am hopeful that we'll see something here, but with the way our carriers and regulatory agencies operate I am tempering my hopes too.

September 11, 2006 by

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MobileTechRoundup show #67 and Q1 SSD

The MobileTechRoundup guys are back to talk about more in the world of mobile technology as summer starts to wrap up. James has the Samsung Q1 SSD in hand so now all three of the crew have a Q1 UMPC to play with and maybe we'll record our next show on the devices.

September 10, 2006 by

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Are voice commands the way to control your mobile phone?

Legislation is and will make using a hands-free system mandatory in various parts of the U.S. and more and more powerful software for controlling your device with voice commands is launching to help you out. MobileVoiceControl is a new cross-platform application that works with BlackBerry, Palm Treo, and Windows Mobile devices from Sprint Nextel.

September 8, 2006 by

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