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iPhone coverage dissected

iPhone coverage dissected I may not agree with John C. Dvorak often,/ but in this case, I have to agree with his latest editorial. iPhone buzz is out of control. Now I know, with a company like Apple, it’s easy to be quickly categorized as an...
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Make your own Google Phone

Make your own Google Phone Every few months that same old rumor comes back up, that Google is about to announce a “Google Phone”. The last in this long series was just yesterday, when the latest LG phone was announced to be bundled with Google applications....
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Mobile browsers compared

Mobile browsers compared With yesterday’s release of Opera Mini 4 Beta, I thought it would be a good time to do a browser comparison to show what the options are in the world of mobile browsing. I’ll review a standard WAP browser (as found on the...
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Google about to revolutionize computing

Google about to revolutionize computing Last year Google introduced a web based word processor. Then, they added a spreadsheet and called the package Google Docs. Today, they announced that they bought a presentation service to add presentations to Google Docs. The biggest issue with this, and...
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Opera Mini 4 Beta

Opera Mini 4 Beta has been released this morning. It now provides the full desktop browsing experience. This is a revolutionary product. It’s bigger than the iPhone. Why? Because over one billion people currently use a cellphone, and are restricted to browse only WAP pages...
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Best S60 application

Best S60 applications I’ve been using an S60 smartphone for years now, and the ability to add third party apps is the cornerstone of owning a smartphone. I wrote a “must-have” list a few years back but over time applications changed so this list needed to...
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First iPhone web application public

First iPhone web application public The first iPhone third party web application has apparently been made. It’s called OneTrip and is a shopping cart application. The most interesting thing however, is that it works in Safari (both the Mac and Windows version), but it also works...
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Memory explained

Memory explained One feature that is usually found on mobile devices spec sheets is the amount of memory. Unfortunately, there’s often only one type of memory shown, and it’s not always obvious which type it is. In order to know exactly what a handset can support,...
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Prepaid or contract?

Prepaid or contract? It’s easy to fall in for an advertisement claiming you can get a state-of-the-art phone for $99, or sometimes even free. It feels even better when you go see a dealer and they tell you they can get you a contract for only...
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