Tim Hillebrand's blog
I never cease to marvel at the Googleâ€™s prolific development of new applications. The latest one to come to my attention is simply called Google Mobile App. It is a plugin that can be placed on your Today Screen for easy access or invoked from an icon in your Programs menu. Alternatively, you can program it to run from a hardware button.
If there ever were an application that I would recommend above all others to install
With economic doom and gloom surrounding us and the world’s economy going down the drain, let me share with you a surefi
When I was asked to review TxtForward, I had to stop and think about why I would want my text messages forwarded to my email i
Sprint and Palm Announce Upcoming Availability of Treo Pro on America’s Most Dependable 3G Network
Zealot’s interesting iBook article published on the Mobility Site has compelled me to make a few observations about iPhone eBook readers. While I am pleased that eBooks are a growing and popular download item, I am disappointed with the iPhone platform. I have been a long-time champion of eBooks and have developed some strict requirements for a decent eBook reader. I am afraid that there simply is not a decent eBook reader for iPhone yet. Sadly, iPhone users do not even seem to know the difference.
I’ve had a love/annoyance relationship with NPR over the years.
Taipei, Taiwan, February 27, 2009 – ASUS, a leading producer of innovative handhelds, today launched the P835, a PDA phone that delivers an Internet browsing and multimedia viewing experience without equal.
Recently, I published an article in which I maintained that text message or SMS marketing is the future of advertising.
As far as I’m concerned, Sling Media is a company that has rocked the world, at least my world. I’ve been a champion of Slingbox since the beginning in 2004.
Proporta.com, the case place and purveyor of great gadgets and peripheral PDA paraphernalia has come up with a nifty, new gadget I think you will want to have too.
When I first heard of Twitter, I was amazed and amused that it was spreading like wildfire in a frenzy of popularity.
I recently reviewed SPB’s new Online product. My concluding remarks were as follows:
For the past several years, I have offered suggestions for stocking stuffers that you can use for your digitally addicted friends.
If you have ever wished you could convert your tape or record collection to digital format, ask Santa Claus for an Audio Recorder. It would make a perfect gift for others as well.
Recently I offered an article on how to obtain free audiobooks from most public libraries.
After a long and arduous round of beta testing, SBHS’ Calendar Touch has been released. It’s a vast improvement over its Papyrus predecessor. This is not an upgrade with a new name; it is a completely new Calendar program with exciting new features.