November 20, 2007

MobileTechRoundup 117

Category: Podcast — admin @ 12:02 pm

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MoTR 117 is 37 minutes long and is a 33.9 MB file in MP3 format.

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

HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matt Miller (Washington, D.C.) and Kevin C. Tofel (Philadelphia)

It’s a freeware extravaganza!
Did Matt keep or return the T-Mobile Shadow?
Are we finally seeing a trend towards simplicity in device usage? The Shadow and Eee PC suggest yes.
James finally breaks down and buys the iPod Touch. How’s the browser?
CBS offers free WiFi hotspot over a 37 square-block area of midtown Manhattan.
Thoughts on the new Zune software, features and functions.
Freeware #1: VLC works great in Linux (and nearly every other platform too!) Windows Mobile folks should consider TCPMP.
Freeware #2: Palm Emulator for the Nokia Internet Tablets.
Freeware #3: LightSaber 1.1 for the Nokia N95. You gotta hear Matt waving his N95 around with this!
Freeware #4: Nokia Audiobooks application.
Freeware #5: iphonelogd archives your iPhone calls in iCal on a Mac.
Elgato’s eyeTV works great for watching television on a Mac. Or on your iPod Touch!
Freeware #6: Handbrake is a great DVD / video encoder for multiple platforms.

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