GPS Radar allows you to use Google Earth for navigation and is optimized for the UMPC display resolution. As long as you have a data connection and can download Google Earth maps you can do some cool things with your Origami device.
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Professionals are doing more today on the go than ever before. Matthew Miller provides 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.
HTC is known for manufacturing many of the Windows Mobile and a couple Palm devices and is now branding and selling their own devices, starting with the superb HTC TyTN Pocket PC Phone Edition. Check out the full review for all the details on this fine piece of hardware.
Changing your default DNS addresses may speed up your mobile browsing experience and is free to try. Many users have seen improvements with T-Mobile's data connection and it can't hurt to at least give it a try.
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SlingPlayer Mobile runs on both Pocket PC and Windows Mobile Smartphone devices and for a limited time you can get one of these US$29.99 products for free when you buy a Slingbox. SlingPlayer Mobile allows you to take your home TV on the road with you wherever you get a wireless data signal.
Nokia device owners no longer are required to send in their devices to a Nokia service center to have their ROM flashed. If your phone is supported make sure you follow the specific directions to successfully update your phone to the latest firmware.
The HTC Hermes is the code name for the current most exciting Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition device and rumors show that it may be coming to Cingular before the end of 2006.
GSM customers will finally get a Windows Mobile powered Treo, but only in Europe for now. The device should also be coming to Cingular in the U.S. before the end of the year.
The Palm OS has long been knocked for its lack of true multi-tasking and one recent article states that this is a reason that Palm is slipping in handheld shipments. Multi-tasking is great for power users, but do every day users really need to multi-task?
Ilium Software is beta testing a new text input method called InScribe that should soon launch for UMPC and Tablet PC devices. InScribe is a full QWERTY keyboard that appears transparent over the display.