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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 7, 2006 by

What could you use Origami for?

A Channel 9 post got me thinking about all the disappointed or downright surly comments I've been reading since the veil was lifted from the Origami devices yesterday. Do keep in mind that Microsoft has yet to make their announcement whcih is expected tomorrow at CeBIT.

March 14, 2005 by

Could IBM's Millipede mean the end of dedicated PDAs and MP3 players for good?

Quite frankly, I'm ready to ditch the idea of owning a PDA or an MP3 player. After all, my phone (the one that's irradiating me as I sit here and write) goes everywhere with me and the only reason it doesn't function as my full-time PDA or MP3 player (or digital camera for that matter) is that it doesn't have the memory to host everything I'd want to stick on it (contacts, notes, music, podcasts, documents, e-mail, etc.

March 9, 2005 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

May 26, 2004 by

Ultra personal computing and fighting spam

This week marked the second running of CeBIT-America at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. CeBIT-America is the kissing cousin of CeBIT, an event held annually in Germany that is the largest tech trade show in the world.

July 15, 2003 by

David Nagel Unplugged: Can Palm re-connect?

If anyone has the pedigree to ensure that the Palm operating system remainsa contender in the mobile market, it's PalmSource CEO David Nagel. Hefaces some determined competitors. Microsoft's warchest, RIM's BlackBerry,Symbian-based phones, and Sun's J


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