MobileTechRoundup 55

Kevin’s cranky because he missed the World Cup final, but James and Matt cheer him up with plenty of mobile tech news!

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MoTR 55 is 31:03 minutes long and is a 28.4 MB file in MP3 format.

INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1″ by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick.

HOSTS: James Kendrick, Matt Miller and Kevin C. Tofel

Matt decided to take the 1 GB upgrade plunge with his Samsung Q1, same as Kevin.
ActiveSync 4.2 is released: who should upgrade (and who shouldn’t)?
Samsung’s A990 with a 3.2 Megapixel camera hits the U.S. on Verizon Wireless.
ATEKsoft Cool Camera software for HTC devices can help with your pictures too.just ask CSTV
iPods on the Division 1 football sidelines for play-by-play review? Yup, it’s true…!
Nokia updates the 770 Internet Tablet. Does it contend with other handheld devices?
Matt talks about browsing on the Nokia E61: the updated browser is based on Apple Safari and includes a great feature called Visual History!
Freeware of the show: SmarterMail for hosting your own mail. Almost all of the features of Exchange but for free!
What kind of connectivity can you have on a boat? WiFi if you park the boat next to your house! 😉

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5 thoughts on “MobileTechRoundup 55”

  1. jk, You mention a memory card that doesn’t work with your TC1100. I also have a TC1100 and I think the problem you have encountered is that the SD slot on the TC1100 is not SDIO so it only supports sizes up to 512 MB. If you have a look at this epinions review: you will find the following:
    The Secure Digital slot is not SDIO and it only supports cards up to 512mb. This is my biggest disappointment since SD cards with much higher capacity exist (even HPs iPAQ will accept a 1gb SD card), and SDIO is becoming more common.

    I’m not sure if this is mentioned anywhere officially, but is sure annoyed me when I first found out.

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