Hands-on with Symbian powered Nokia N95

  • April 22nd, 2007

A few weeks ago, Nokia officially launched its latest power-packed mobile handset on US soil. The Nseries handset, dubbed the Nokia N95, is one of the most anticipated and feature-packed mobile handsets on the market to date. However, at $750 MSRP, you may begin to ask yourself if a "phone" should ever cost more than […]

OS X 3.1 Mbps EVDO – Sprint Novatel U720 Rev. A USB Modem

  • December 14th, 2006

UPDATE: Apple updates WWAN support for Intel based Macs – Download. Having previously experienced and tested the EVDO options for the MacBook Pro with the Verizon Wireless Novatel V640 ExpressCard (Rev. 0), I’ve managed to get my hands on the latest offering from Sprint – the Novatel U720 USB modem (Rev. A). Key feature differentiating […]

The T-Mobile Sidekick III falls short

  • July 30th, 2006

It took a mediocre two weeks to realize that the T-Mobile Danger Sidekick / Hiptop III brings very little to the table in comparison to its predecessor – the Sidekick II. Generally speaking, new releases posses features and conveniences lacking from previous incarnations. Although the Sidekick III brings the added convenience of a [paltry] 1.3 […]

What to expect: Sidekick 3 + OS X

  • July 11th, 2006

Wow. I don’t know what I was thinking when I assumed that the latest Sidekick III would play well with Apple’s iApps. I must have imagined the whole “sync your device with your favorite desktop audio player” or the “Danger must be aware of its OSX fan base and is actively developing a desktop sync […]

Mabber – Mobile jibber Jabber

  • February 23rd, 2006

I was fortunate enough to procure an invite for the latest web based inter-dweeb-net instant messaging service by the name of Mabber. The Germany based service aims to provide mobile messaging via Jabber [username@mabber.com] for the masses. Fret not you instant messaging loons as Mabber supports AIM, Yahoo, and MSN integration so you won’t lose […]