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MobileTechRoundup show #106: U.S. 3G, Palm OS and Vista, and the iPhone

James, Kevin, and I kick off MobileTechRoundup show #106 by reading and responding to a couple of listener emails concerning Bluetooth keyboards and gestures on Windows Mobile. The HTC Cavalier Windows Mobile smartphone is available now from U.S. importers and supports 3G on AT&T. When is T-Mobile ever going to roll out 3G in the U.S.? Palm OS device owners will also be happy to know that Palm Desktop for Windows Vista is now available. We have a freeware of the show and then end by chatting a bit about a couple new developments in the iPhone arena.
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James, Kevin, and I kick off MobileTechRoundup show #106 by reading and responding to a couple of listener emails concerning Bluetooth keyboards and gestures on Windows Mobile. The HTC Cavalier Windows Mobile smartphone is available now from U.S. importers and supports 3G on AT&T. When is T-Mobile ever going to roll out 3G in the U.S.? Palm OS device owners will also be happy to know that Palm Desktop for Windows Vista is now available. We have a freeware of the show and then end by chatting a bit about a couple new developments in the iPhone arena.

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