Article archive for 2003 – Page 4

Tuesday, July 1, 2003

InnoPocket products outfit the Sony Clie line

From cases to stylie to screen protectors, InnoPocket produces a wide array of accessories for your Palm OS device. Contributing Editor Claire Pieterek has reviews of a number of InnoPocket products for use with the Sony Clie line of handhelds.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2003

Treo Mail delivers advanced mobile email

While Treo Communicators are great wireless devices, Bill Mann believes their email-handling abilities have lagged behind those of dedicated wireless email devices. However, in this review he’ll show you how Handspring’s Treo Mail service can turn your Treo Communicator into a wireless email powerhouse.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2003

Create encrypted accounts with Cloak v2.0

If you’re accustomed to placing highly sensitive account information on your Palm handheld, you could probably use a good encryption program. Bill Beaulieu reviews version 2.0 of Chapura, Inc’s Cloak file security product, which allows you to selectively create encrypted accounts for credit cards, bank accounts, Web sites, or just about any other kind of account you may have.

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Sunday, June 1, 2003

A quick call for writers

Wanna be famous? Consider writing for Computing Unplugged. Details are in this article.

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Sunday, June 1, 2003

Let’s try this again

Imagine, if you will, working for months and months to launch a brand-spankin’ new publication. You work hard, but it’s worth it because once it’s launched, you can sit back and look proudly at a job well-done, read all the letters of encouragement and support from readers, and take a well-deserved break. That was the way it was supposed to happen with Computing Unplugged. The reality was a bit different.

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Sunday, June 1, 2003

Veo Photo Traveler puts a camera in your SD card slot

Dan Wolfson proves good things come in small packages when he reviews the Veo Photo Traveler, a digital camera that works with any Palm OS device with an SD card slot.

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Sunday, June 1, 2003

FatFinger 2.0 faces off against Graffiti in time trials

In reviewing version 2.0 of Avaion Software’s FatFinger application, Chris Guella put the company’s claim that FatFinger could improve the Palm OS user experience to the test. To answer this question, he performed a benchmark comparison of FatFinger against other popular methods for entering data into the Palm handheld. Read on to check out the fascinating results.

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Thursday, May 1, 2003

Wirelessly connect to your Xbox using the Linksys WET11 Wireless Ethernet Bridge

In this interesting article, our own David Gewirtz reviews the Linksys WET11 Wireless Ethernet Bridge. He also clearly explains where this device fits into your network and why it might be useful to you–especially if you’re trying to wirelessly connect your Xbox or TiVo to the rest of your network.

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Thursday, May 1, 2003

PalmPower is now Computing Unplugged Magazine

Welcome to Computing Unplugged, the magazine of untethered technology, the magazine of unwired wonders, the magazine of unplugged possibilities. PalmPower Magazine is now Computing Unplugged Magazine. Read this editorial by Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz to learn more about what waits those who pull unplug and connect.

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Thursday, May 1, 2003

Kyocera 7135 smartphone beats the competition

If you carry a phone and a Palm OS organizer but never considered combining them, it could be time. The latest hybrids have shed weight, added bright color screens, and found better ways to integrate telephone and PDA functionality. Of all the new smartphones hitting the market, Barton Gellman believes the Kyocera 7135 is the best of the bunch. In this review he’ll tell you why.

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