Month: August 2007

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Draven John Gets Tablet PCs

It is nice to see when someone “gets it” about Tablet PCs and joins the ranks of those who know. Draven John (or is that Dennis Jaylon?) does ...
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What About the Lefties?

Bjorn Stromberg pointed to a great article, by Lalita, highlighting a problem I had never considered: with many UMPCs sporting right-aligned track sticks ...
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OQO Support Rocks!

I found out the hard way that the screen protector on the OQO Model 02 is there for a reason. A couple of weeks ago, I decided to remove the screen protecto...
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OneNote 2007 Helps You Go Green

More OneNote 2007 news today. If you're looking to reduce your environmental footprint by cutting down on printing, copying, and preparing for meetings and tra...
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HTC Shift News Just Keeps On Coming

The HTC Shift is huge news in the Ultra-Mobile scape these days and I'm thinking it will be for awhile as this looks like a game changing device. Of course Hug...
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Congratulations to Steve Seto

GBM Forum member Steve Seto, (also a new Tablet PC MVP) just passed the 1000 post mark in the GBM Forums. Steve is an excellent contributor to our forums and t...
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Motion C5 Tablet PC Video Review

John Hill, of TabletPCBuzz.com and AllTP.com, has put together a video review of Motion Computing's C5 Tablet PC. I think this is the first in-depth video...
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Windows Live Hotmail Upgrades Storage

Everybody wants to be your on-line postmaster. Windows Live HotMail jumped on the storage increase bandwagon for on-line storage yesterday increasing storage f...
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Foldable, Bendable Batteries?

Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Insititute have developed a prototype of a battery that you can fold, spindle, and mutilate. If you want to. The battery ...
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The Computer Grannies Society

This is great stuff! In 1997, the Computer Grannies of Society was formed, in Tokyo,  to help keep the elderly up-to-date on the latest in technol...
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Sumocat Eyes Building His Own Cloud

Lots of news last week about data storage in the cloud from Microsoft and Google. The reaction around the blogosphere was pretty lukewarm after all the news se...
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Battery Life For a Month?

Hmmm? Samsung is showing off a new fuel cell battery (DMFC-which stands for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell) that will supposedly run your laptop for a month of 8 ho...
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Hardware InkShow: Fujitsu U1010

I've pushed the envelope and burnt the candle at both ends this week to bring you, yesterday's "The Shift" video, and today's video review of what we lovingly...
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The HTC Shift

Earlier this week I asked "What do Hugo Ortega and Steve Ballmer have in common?" and today I share with you the answer - The HTC Shift! I must admit that I ha...
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Mark Cuban Needs a Tablet PC

Mark Cuban says he has forgotten how to write. I literally couldn't take notes fast enough because as I wrote, I realized I couldn't read my own writing. No...