My list of reasons for wanting an iPhone continue to grow. My  latest was after stumbling on the website everytrail.com, what seems to be a great website for finding and sharing trails … such as biking, hiking and running paths. You can use the site to map and document your favorite trip paths, share them […]

Does your playlist of favorite podcasts run longer than you have time to dedicate listening to them? If you can get past the chipmunk voices, try increasing the play back speed. You can reduce the play length by up to 20% before it gets too obnoxious. If you are using a Windows Mobile Device you […]

On the continual look out for great new mobile apps to put on your Windows Mobile device? Here are a few recent apps that I have tried that you might like: TCPMP (The Core Pocket Media Player) – If you want a better media player that supports a broad range of audio and video files […]

I previously wrote a post about deciding whether to upgrade from Windows Mobile 5 to Windows Mobile 6. It has now been a couple months that I have been exclusively running Windows Mobile 6 and here are a few follow-up thoughts… Battery Life In my previous article one of the 2 critical decision points was […]

I came across new Windows Mobile Applications today that I am trying out on my Palm Treo: Fring: Fring is an easy way to connect to all your social networking services. It supports Skype, MSN Messenger, ICQ, Google Talk, SIP, Twitter, AIM, and Yahoo, all over WiFi or your data plan. Most phones, most operating […]

Samsung DuoS, the first mobile phone to support 2 active SIM cards simultaneously. This may not have much significance in the US, but other areas such as Europe will greatly appreciate this long anticipated phone. The reason being that people who are not tied down to a contract, but rather use the prepay model typically […]

Several months ago Palm released a free upgrade for the Palm Treo 750v to Windows Mobile 6. I know many people have been anxiously awaiting this upgrade to take advantage of the HSDPA data connection speed that wasn’t available in Palm’s Window Mobile 5 release. This being very attractive I have been considering making the […]

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I’m not a ‘crackberry‘ or a heavy cell phone user in general, but I do almost always have my phone with me and typically set it to vibrate mode. Some time back I began noticing that even when I don’t have my cell phone with me, or if I have it in a different pocket […]

Technology’s evolution continue to bring us more computing power at the palm of our hands, this is literally the case when referring to PDA’s and smartphones. However, I often wonder how many of us lugging around these intelligent devices actually know how to put them to good use. Most users of smartphones that I know […]