March 21, 2006

MobileTechRoundup 34

Category: Podcast — admin @ 12:00 pm

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MoTR 34 is 34:00 minutes long and is a 23.4 MB file in MP3 format.

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

HOSTS: David Ciccone, James Kendrick and Kevin C. Tofel

iRex technologies and the iLiad: a new eBook reader coming next month that uses digital ink and is only 16 millimeters thick. Want to read a review of the iLiad? Request it here.
Wikipedia on the go! We cover three options to access “the” Wiki” from mobile devices: a version formatted for mobile screens, a WAP brower version for phones, and another small screen version for PDAs. [via Geekzone]
Dave gives a roundup on LogMeIn’s free service. Access your desktop from a PDA, take control and more.
Freeware of the day: Use Synergy to seamlessly control all of your networked computers of Mac, Windows and Unix platforms with a single keyboard and mouse. You can even cut and paste across platforms!

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  1. Remember guys always get a large Wonton soup when you order some logmein! :)

    Anyways, there seems to be a problem with AKU2 and the LogMeIn service. The developers and support staff are aware of the issue and are supposedly working on it. When I posted about using the service, it was prior to Imate’s AKU2 update.

    Here’s the link to the support thread:

    Comment by Jerry — March 21, 2006 @ 7:10 pm

  2. The Wharton School has some comments on the future of the UMPC under the title “Will Microsoft’s New ‘Ultra-Mobile’ Computer Fly or Flop? Past Experience Offers Some Clues” It can be found at

    Comment by Alan — March 23, 2006 @ 2:57 pm

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