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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MobileTechRoundup show #55

Matt, Kevin, and James posted MobileTechRoundup podcast 55 with lots of discussion on mobile devices, including thoughts on the Samsung Q1, ActiveSync 4.2, browsing on the S60 3rd Edition platform, camera phones, and camera phone software. Listen to the show and have a laugh as Matt tries to figure out how to close the show with 3 hosts.

July 11, 2006 by

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What type of data are smartphone users consuming?

The United States still lags behind Europe and Asia in wireless data network speeds, but our consumption of data is increasing in the areas of mobile entertainment. A new study reveals some interesting aspects of our data consumption and what hardware is popular in the U.S. and Europe for consuming this data.

July 11, 2006 by

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Palm LifeDrive may be retired soon

Information is appearing online that the Palm LifeDrive will no longer be produced and the existing stock of devices is all that will be sold from Palm.com. The Mobile Manager category may have been a short lived idea at Palm as they focus on the very popular Treo devices in the future.

July 10, 2006 by

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I am now the 3rd co-host of the MobileTechRoundup show

MobileTechRoundup just posted show number 54 and I am now co-hosting with James Kendrick and Kevin C. Tofel. If you are interested in mobile devices, gadgets, and any other cool gadgets and gizmos then I hope you check out the show. It is available directly or on iTunes too so get on over and hear about the Samsung Q1 UMPC, Nokia N91, and more on show 54.

July 8, 2006 by

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RIM announces Hosted BlackBerry Enterprise Server solution for small businesses

Small and medium sized businesses have not generally embraced the BlackBerry Enterprise Server solution due to the high cost and requirement to have someone onsite manage the server. Research In Motion just announced the release of a hosted software solution that wireless carriers and other providers can implement and offer to customers who want the BlackBerry experience without the server requirements.

July 7, 2006 by

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Dentists needed for mobile Bluetooth pain

Bluetooth is designed as a cable replacement wireless technology, but unlike simply plugging in a cable devices have to be paired and have to have matching profiles for things to work. Unfortunately, devices don't always talk well with each other and even mobile experts have trouble getting over the connection issues.

June 28, 2006 by

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