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A loyal GottaBeMobile.com reader, Lars Goldenbogen from Munich, Germany, has shared this comparative review of several popular Core Duo tablet PC's as published by CT Magazine of Germany. It is published in German and will be a great resou...
Ouch. Both GBM’s own Rob Bushway and Judie at Gear Diary have published interviews with DualCor cPC CEO Rob Howe asking questions about the delay(s) and false starts of this intriguing device.
The DualCor cPC has certainly been a subject of much talk. Word of the device it like gangbusters last January (or was it December?) and the dual processor device intrigued quite a few mobile warriors.
In the past several days, I've received a couple of inquiries regarding DualCor and the status of the DualCor cPC. Yesterday, I left a message with Rob Howe, DualCor's President and COO and he called me this morning to talk about where DualCor is right now, the s...
Judie at the Gadgeteer.com, has been waiting anxiously for the DualCor CPC and has purchased an engineering sample of the CPC. Judie is the first person I’m aware of that has actually been able to purchase one.
I’m not sure what is more intriguing, the DualCor cPC as a mobile device itself, or its long and winding journey to customers’ hands.
David Ciccone just posted on his blog that he has resigned from DualCor Technologies. Dave joined DualCor in January as their Director of Strategic Alliances.
The MobileTech Rounderuupers, James Kendrick, Kevin Tofel, and Dave Ciccone, held a meetup for their MobileTech Roundup podcast fans in NYC last night.
I’ve been talking with Dave Ciccone, Director of Strategic Alliances at DualCor, and I’ve learned some more information about the upcoming DualCor cPC that we’ve all been hearing about lately.
As I posted this past weekend, DualCor connectivity options ( bluetooth, wi-fi, and 3g) are all through Compact Flash and USB dongles.
I just got an email from DualCor notifying me that the DualCor cPC UltraMobile PC will be shipping in the next 90 days. As you might know, the DualCor cPC will run Windows Mobile 5.0 and Windows XP Tablet PC edition simulataneously, but use Compact Flash cards to alt...
DualCor continues to update their website and as a follow-on to the post I made last week about them adding “Origami UI control” as an optional add-on, they have now added a page that says “ DualCor cPC is a UMPC “.
I was just checking out the DualCor website and noticed that they have provided some really good details on the DualCor cPC, with complete specs.