August 4, 2006

MobileTechRoundup 61

Category: Podcast — admin @ 12:36 pm

CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly.
MoTR 60 is 37:00 minutes long and is a 12.7 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 (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel (Philadelphia)

Kevin’s not here and we’re lost without him! Blame me for the inferior audio quality but I can’t duplicate the awesome quality that Kevin produces.
Vote for us for Best Mobile Podcast every day for the Podcast Awards.
Mobile Tech Manor is moving and it’s a lot easier with mobile tech.
TabletKiosk announces two new UMPCs!
Matt likes his BatteryGeek PortablePowerStation.
Get a copy of either Evernote Plus or ritePen for free!
Treos, Treos everywhere. Matt misses his Treo.
Sprint joins Verizon in announcing EV-DO Rev. A this year. Super high speed wirelessly!
Motorola Q comes to Sprint in Q4.
Listener emails pose some interesting questions: Cody Blotske is getting a new UMPC and wants to know if the pen can be used in a remote desktop session. Kevin Hanney has 3 questions and we do our best to answer them and just make up the answers we don’t have. :)
Freeware of the show- WamPad, mobile portal extrordaniere.

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  1. […] MobileTechRoundup show #61 was recorded without Kevin, but James and I still had plenty to chat about and went over our desired 30 minutes. I think we need Kevin to keep us on schedule and on topic and look forward to his return. We chatted a bit about James’ move and my recent road trip experiences and how mobile technology makes both of these better. We answered a couple of listener emails in regards to use of inking technology on Tablet PC/UMPC devices. We closed the show with a discussion on the WamPad mobile portal that helps make browsing from a small screen a better experience. […]

    Pingback by » MobileTechRoundup show #61 | The Mobile Gadgeteer | — August 4, 2006 @ 2:48 pm

  2. […] for this coming semester, free is always a benefit _. Archived in Software Info | Trackback | | Top OfPage […]

    Pingback by The Student Tablet PC » Blog Archives » Free ritePen or Evernote Plus — August 5, 2006 @ 12:31 am

  3. For your left-handed listener: FireFox’s GeckoTip extension ( adds a left-handed scroll bar. That’s been a lifesaver for me!

    Comment by Tracy Hooten — August 5, 2006 @ 12:35 am

  4. […] I was catching up on my backlog of podcasts and heard all the gadget bag talk on Mobile Tech Roundup #61. So, of course, that prodded me into surfing up some laptop bag sites/reviews to see if there was anything new and cool I could lust over. So far haven’t found anything very new to me, but I did revisit some sites I knew about. Actually, I was already thinking about a new gear bag because I saw the new Incase Rip-Stop backpack at the local Apple Store last weekend and was pretty disappointed with both the colors of the material as well as the bulkiness of the bag. I was kind of expecting something as sleek as my current Incase sling bag but with another outer pocket to hold a little bit more stuff. Instead, this new Incase bag was super-huge compared to my sling bag. I am a pretty short person, so I can’t really handle bulky backpacks without totally looking ridiculous, so bulk is definitely a factor. […]

    Pingback by Late to the Party » Gear Bag Obsession Rekindled — August 11, 2006 @ 2:35 am

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