Tim Hillebrand's blog

Dressing up the Sansas

clip_image002My interest in eAudiobooks that you can download for free from almost any public library these days has spurred me to experiment with MP3 players that allow bookmarking,


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Amazing, Blazing Tiny 8GB Pico USB drive

clip_image002 I don’t know about you, but I gave up on thumb drives a long time ago. I have a drawer full of under capacitated thumb drives of 64-256 MB.


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Energize your Treo 800w with this pair

clip_image002When I reviewed the new Palm 800w a few months ago, I lamented the lack of accessories and the new, non-standard connector.


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My Treo 800w gets a new suit

 


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SHSH Pocket Weather 2:1--just released

clip_image002There are many good Today Screen weather programs available these days. I have probably reviewed them all at one time or another. But, Pocket Weather is my favorite.


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New PhoneWeaver 1.3.1 release

clip_image002 Whatever could be a phone weaver? Someone who weaves phones?


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Protect yourself from telemarketers

image Apparently the rumors about cell phone numbers being released to telemarketers is unfounded, and there is no deadline to register.


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Winterface version 1.2 now available

clip_image002It seems Vito Technology never rests, and as a reviewer I have a difficult time keeping up with their updates and innovations.


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New: Sandisk Sansa Clip 8MB

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In Search of a Virtual Cradle: Mobiola Remote Controller

Continuing with my quest for an on-screen mobile device viewer because manufacturers are too cheap to include cradles anymore, I offer Mobiola Remote Control for your consideration.

I am beginning to learn that the basic features for this type of application must include remote control of device from PC using mouse and keyboard. Other requisites include screen capture, video capture, save to clipboard, save to file and zoom. Mobiola offers a full screen zoom, which is nice for presentations.


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In Search of a Virtual Cradle: mDesktop

Here comes the fourth review in a series that lamentes manufacturers not supplying cradles anymore. However, I’m finding that with the new remote viewing applications, maybe we don’t need cradles after all.

If you ever wished you could control your Windows Mobile device from your desktop using your mouse and full-size keyboard, mDesktop makes it possible.


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In Search of a Virtual Cradle: True Connect

clip_image002In my disgrundlement that you no longer seem to find a cradle in the box anymore, I am searching for another solution in the form of on-screen v


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In Search of a Virtual Cradle: Pocket Controller

clip_image002Perhaps some of you remember the good old days when every PDA came with a cradle in the box as a standard accessory.


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SPB’s new keyboard

image I think I have probably reviewed all of the on-screen keyboards for Windows Mobile devices by now; But, I am always glad to see a brand new one.


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Windows Mobile 6.5

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New: SPB Online

 SpbOnline There are several online aggregators out there, but SPB’s is the latest, and the first one with live TV that I’m aware of. SPB Online features live TV, radio, news, weather, shopping, games, ringtone downloads, and themes.


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RoboForm for Power Surfing, Shopping, and Auto Logins

RoboForm: Learn more... One of the most tedious aspects of online shopping and logins is the laborious process of going through the shopping cart hoops and filling out the forms with all the required information. Well, that’s no longer an issue with RoboForm. This handy application remembers all your stuff and will automatically complete all the fields in any form with the single click of a mouse.

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Tatango unleashes voice messaging

Tatango, the Seattle-based startup focused on connecting groups through their mobile phones, announced today the launch of Tatango Voice, the next key component in efficient mobile group communication.


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Free eBooks and Audiobooks @ Your Library

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My first article in the realm of digital technology was about eBooks. It was full of enthusiasm and optimism. A lot has happened in the fledgling eBook industry over the past few years with major players in and out. While eBooks did not take off in the revolutionary explosion many predicted, there has been a steady evolution.


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