This is a peek into a technology writer’s home office, aka Mobile News Manor, discussing gadgets, apps, best practices using same, and ebooks. This week Verizon's 4G Mobile Hotspot landed, twice.
The mobile space is exploding with smartphones in every pocket and tablets on the horizon. James Kendrick brings you the latest news from the mobile world and a breakdown of what it means to you. If it is tech and it moves, you'll find it here.
James Kendrick has been using mobile devices since they weighed 30 pounds, and has been sharing his insights on mobile technology for almost that long.
Noah Kravitz of TechnoBuffalo and I continue with Good to Go: a weekly video show covering the hot topics of the day. Today's show is the BlackBerry PlayBook show.
I want my tablet and smartphone to work together to make them both better. I am ready for each device to play off the strengths of the other to make a more complete package.
RIM is set to release the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in just a few days, yet based on initial reviews the company is still changing the hardware and software that will ship to early customers.
The flood of tablets appearing can leave one jaded at the sameness of them all, with the exception of the HP TouchPad that is not shipping yet. Take a look at this video of the webOS emulator and you'll understand why I am getting impatient.
One of the strengths of the Android platform is the level of customization that owners can use to tailor the user experience in every way. Here are my top customizations for Android devices.
HTC unveiled its latest 4.3-inch Android phone today, the HTC Sensation, which has a multimedia bent. It ships with Sense 3.0, which is full of 3D effects and a set of lockscreens that display animated information.
My first impressions were largely positive after receiving the Samsung 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot, but things quickly went sour.
If Amazon's goal is to get Kindles in more hands, and sell more ebooks in the process, then it doesn't need ad-supported Kindles that are only slightly cheaper than retail. It just needs to promote the Kindle apps.
Some students in Toronto have developed an iPhone app that speaks for stroke victims and others unable to speak on their own. What may be a first for such uses, the MyVoice app is location-aware.