8

The waiting game: 3G Aigo P8888, Gigabyte M528 MIDs delayed

Want a 3G Intel MID and live in the US? Then get in line and don’t hold your breath. The 3G Aigo P8888, which was

December 17, 2008 UMPC
0

Viliv S5 MID launch party set for December 23rd

While Intel MIDs are far from being understood, appreciated, embraced, or even released here in the US, there’s actually a waiting list to get into

December 17, 2008 UMPC
6

Unboxing the Samsung S3 (YP-S3)

With Christmas only about a week away and my fiber-optic tree still in the closet, what better way to get into the spirit of belated

December 16, 2008 MP3 Players
2

Mystery T-swivel device is really Compal Tabasco MID

Remember that unknown T-swivel device I showed you last week? The one that all the smartphone sites swooped in on and cautiously identified as the

December 16, 2008 UMPC
5

Fujitsu LOOX U mini convertibles launched with Windows XP (U/C30, U/C40)

Following the footsteps of Kohjinsha, Fujitsu announced today that its Atom-based LOOX U mini convertible series (Japanese variants of the LifeBook U2010/U820) would be expanding

December 15, 2008 UMPC
57

Pocketables stocking stuffer: Win a 4GB Sansa Clip

I picked up two 4GB SanDisk Sansa Clip digital audio players on Cyber Monday and since I already have a 2GB one in my gadget

December 15, 2008 MP3 Players
9

Review: Noreve Archos 5 vintage leather case

Once I determined that the Archos 5 official protective case was a waste of money, I followed the well-worn path to Noreve, one of my

December 14, 2008 Accessories, Reviews
6

Asus R50A captured with iPhone next to HTC Shift

Pocketables reader Arthur has recently picked up the Asus R50A UMPC that had been awaiting his return from a weeklong business trip, which whisked him

December 13, 2008 UMPC
6

Mojocafe brings full-screen widgets to mobile devices

After seeing the results of the screen resolution poll, in which 55% of voters cited 800 x 480 as the minimum resolution for acceptable web

December 12, 2008 UMPC
6

Poll results: 55% want at least WVGA resolution for mobile internet

According to the results of last week’s poll, more than half of those who voted think that WVGA (800 x 480) is the minimum screen

December 10, 2008 Features, UMPC
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