More Mobiles Than You Can Shake a Stick At

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If you want to know why we sometimes seem overwhelmed and just slightly insane as we cover Netbooks, UMPCs, MIDs, and other things mobile, go to this url from UMPCPortal and check out the picture. (The one accompanying this post doesn’t do it justice.) The URL will take you to a picture of all the […]

New Sony UMPC Picks Up Some Specs

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Chippy has some info over on UMPC Portal about the new Sony UMPC that (hopefully) will be covered by the gang at CES next week.   It appears that Sony will be dipping into the Intel Atom processors on this one — check out the specs: Atom Z250 1.33 2GB RAM HDD (optional SSD) GPS […]

Touching Games

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Ben at UMPCPortal has started a series highlighting games that are touch screen friendly. His first installment showed off a nifty little game called Factory Balls. His second installment features a game called, get this, World of Goo, which is available on the PC, Mac OSX and the Nintendo Wii.

UMPCPortal’s Buying Guide for Ultra-Mobiles

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Steve “Chippy” Paine and UMPCPortal have gone to a lot of work (with more to come) to create an Ultra-Mobile Computing Buying Guide. Part I is up with three more parts scheduled for publication. Part I covers a pretty darned good history of small devices and provides some great context for the ongoing debates about […]