Monday, June 10, 2024
By David Ponce Say you've got a SDIO-enabled, Windows Mobile based device; a shiny new smartphone, or a blinging PDA. Say also that you either got it as a gift, or sold your right hand for it and so...
By David Ponce Pocket dictionaries are usually pretty drab affairs. You might see them in the hands of glasses-clad overachieving Asian students on an exchange program, whose idea of fun might include a heated game of Sudoku or something...
By Mac Harris Korean upstart Gamepark Holdings may actually have a shot at the big boys (Sony & Nintendo) with its new GPX2 "Personal Entertainment Player" portable everything console. While there aren't legions of game companies dumping millions...

By Wesley Dores. Nothing new under the sun, but still relatively cool: a "virtual keyboard". How does this work you ask? Well, ok, so, you can use the VKB (Virtual PC Keyboard) with both your laptop and PC and with...
By David Ponce The stuff DualCor is promising with the cPC sounds pretty exciting. The machine is loaded with some serious specs: - 1.5GHz Via C7-M processor - 5", 800X400 LCD - 40GB shared hard drive - 1GB DDR2 RAM - 1 GB NAND...

We're in the middle of a Wi-Fi Everywhere revolution. There's a whole industry dedicated to selling you wifi detecting keychain gadgets and such. Yet when you think about it, that's one segment of the market that's bound...

By David Ponce If you ask me, using your thumb to send an SMS is asinine. Really, think about it. What’s intuitive about tapping a key four times to get one letter? The VPen might solve those problems though. It’s essentially...

By David Edney Viewsonic, the makers of all things monitor, have decided to come out with not one, but seven ruggedized handhelds. Here's the deets and there are a lot of them: the units run on Windows Mobile 2003...

The saddest thing about being a gadget writer is the lust you feel everyday, without the chance of fulfillment. It's a lust that's compounded by the fact that even if I had the money to buy any of...