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October 6, 2011 by CRENNO Technologies

Cloud printers wrest ink from Google, HP

Cortado has formed an alliance of printer and networking equipment manufacturers to broaden the number of devices that support its mobile cloud-based printing technology.Inaugural members of the Cloud Printing Alliance include Brother, Dell, Funkwerk, Konica Minolta, Kyocera Mita and OKI, Cortado, subsidiary of ThinPrint AG, announced at CeBIt on Tuesday.

March 1, 2011 by

MobileTechRoundup #125, iPhone SDK predictions before the announcement

James, Kevin, and I recorded MobileTechRoundup show #125 the night before the Apple SDK announcement and James was right about some things that I didn't think we would see. WE also chatted about Spb Mobile Shell 2.0, the MoGo Mouse, Kevin's case and Diesel ebooks. Evernote Web beta was discussed a bit and I think the guys will like it even more as the continue to try it out. We also talked about our disappointment with the lack of substantial UMPC/MID news from CeBIT.

March 10, 2008 by

Asus EeePC successor with 8.9 inch display to be announced at CeBIT

I just recently bought a Fujitsu U810 UMPC to serve as my mobile computing device, but have been seriously looking at the Asus EeePC as another alternative for my daily 2+ hour commuting needs. Engadget has pics of the Asus EeePC 900 that is supposed to be officially announced tomorrow at the CeBIT show in Germany. DailyTech also has a few more details, including a photo of the new model. The Asus EeePC 900 looks very similar to the current EeePC, but has an 8.9 inch display (current model has a 7 inch display) and up to 12GB of internal flash memory. Apparently, this new model may launch at a cost of EUR399 this summer. I'll keep my eye out for the press release that should have more details on the specifications.

March 3, 2008 by

MobileTechRoundup show #94, CeBIT UMPC roundup

In show #94 we chatted a bit about CeBIT and the UMPC devices that were announced at the show in Germany. We gave our thoughts on models we liked and what 2007 may bring for the UMPC. James revealed that he picked up a MacBook Pro as a desktop replacement and he talked about testing out Vista on a Mac. We are all on Twitter and actually took a live Twitter question during the show to comment on in regards to mobile Twitter clients.

March 27, 2007 by

ASUS R2H Ultra Mobile PC

The R2H comes with a great bundle of accessories and shows off the Ultra Mobile PC format to good effect. However, it still does nothing that an ultraportable notebook cannot.

December 5, 2006 by

Samsung Q1

Samsung's Q1, the first Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC), lacks the portability of a handheld and falls short of the functionality of a notebook. Unfortunately, it doesn't add anything that would compensate for these failings.

May 9, 2006 by

Samsung Q1

Samsung's Q1, the first Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC), lacks the portability of a handheld and falls short of the functionality of a notebook. Unfortunately, it doesn't add anything that would compensate for these failings.

May 9, 2006 by

BenQ P50

A long delay between announcement and UK availability means that BenQ's P50 connected handheld now looks somewhat long in the tooth. Although it has some good points, many may wish to wait for the recently announced Windows Mobile 5-based P51.

March 20, 2006 by

Samsung Q1: a first look

CeBIT: Samsung's first-generation Ultra Mobile PC is an intriguing device, but currently you don't get enough functionality or battery life for your money.

March 9, 2006 by

Ultra-Mobile PC (aka Origami) now official

Microsoft and its partners Samsung, Asus, and Leader revealed what has become the worst-kept secret in movile tech earlier today at CeBIT. The Ultra-Mobile PC is a new handheld form factor for mobile computing that runs Windows XP Tablet PC Edition with an enhanced layer called Touch Pack.

March 9, 2006 by

Intel puts PC in the dashboard

CeBIT: Digital cars are on show in Hannover with applications for mobile business workers and tech-savvy families, and Intel promises that viruses won't be a problem

March 9, 2005 by

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