A unique approach to product marketing has led to success for Nokia in spreading the word about its high end multimedia devices. Will other companies try this tactic when releasing new products?
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.
Another show covering all things mobile was recorded with James Kendrick and myself as MobileTech Manor gets moved. Mobile devices on the road and using ink on a UMPC was discussed along with a way to make mobile browsing better.
Apple always seems to generate lots of wild rumors and speculation before a Steve Jobs' keynote, but as an Apple fan myself I enjoy the talk and circus-like atmosphere. Robert Scoble has hinted at some type of portable device coming from Apple next week and I take a look at some of his recent blog postings.
The Palm Treo is an extremely popular converged device and as one travels through airports you can see many of these in the hands of business people. Can Windows Mobile and Symbian OS get to be as common as a Treo on the road?
Submitting a sample of your handwriting is now worth at least US$30 as you can get ritePen or EverNote for free. Both of these applications will enhance your Tablet PC experience.
TabletKiosk has two new 2nd generation devices that offer a couple enhancements, but the price is still a bit high for widespread rollout of the UMPC platform. Will buyers choose this model over the US$899 current TabletKiosk UMPC?
We keep cranking out podcasts discussing mobile technology and again went over 30 minutes because we just can't keep talking about mobile devices. I hope you enjoy the show and our voting for us every day for the Podcast Awards.
A new free service allows you to share your blog in a format for the small screen. If you have a blog get it into mobile format so smartphone enthusiasts and the rest of the world can enjoy it on their phones.
Handheld Computing is reportedly shutting down and will no longer be sending out printed magazines. Can a print copy succeed in today's internet news age?
Another QWERTY Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone should be coming soon. This one may actually be branded by HTC, the maker of most Windows Mobile devices today.