Lots of us strap iPods and other mobile technology to us when we go to the gym or hit the road to workout. Scott eVest recently released a new T-shirt product that provides comfort while adding a functional pocket for storing your MP3 player.
The Mobile Gadgeteer
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.
Nokia has plans to be a force to reckon with in the fast growing GPS navigation area with the planned purchase of an established German company. We should see mapping and navigation on the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet in the future.
S60 device owners have had access to Yahoo! Go for Mobile services for several months and now Windows Mobile Smartphone and Pocket PC owners can enjoy these features on their devices.
Handwriting on your display can be a bit tedious at first, but with amazing utilities like ActiveWord and PenCommander you can insert text, launch applications, visit websites, and more with a simple pen stroke. At least one of these applications should be loaded on your UMPC or Tablet PC to make you more productive.
One feature lacking when the Motorola Q was released was the support for direct push email and other functionality in the MSFP. Motorola has made the update available now for Q owners so visit their software update site and install this now on your device.
The Nokia E61 variant that is customized for the U.S. market may be coming soon. A few select press people have checked out the device and provide their take on it. As usual, it looks like Cingular will be removing the WiFi capability so you may want to get the unlocked E61 yourself to take advantage of that wireless technology.
Another show comes to you partially from the Cascade foothills and covers lots of mobile technology. The MobileTechRoundup show is now mobile formatted so you can enjoy it from any device.
Browsing on mobile devices currently relies a lot on the web page author to create a mobile version of their website. The S60 3rd Edition browser provides a good mobile browsing experience for virtually any website you like to visit, including bank sites and other secure websites.
Windows Mobile Smartphones do not have native or even 3rd party software that allows you to create and edit all types of Office documents while Symbian and Palm devices do have this ability. Some say that viewers are enough and even then Microsoft relies on a 3rd party developer to provide this functionality. Does Microsoft need to improve in this area to become more competitive in the enterprise market?
Even when we are out and about we can get together to chat about mobile technology. Find out why James is pleased with HP's repair center and why a HP TC1100 Tablet is still a great product and more.