|08-28-2005, 06:01 AM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2002
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MobileRead Week in Review: 08/21 - 08/28
It was the week that was. Here's what MobileRead's been talking about since last Sunday:
MobileRead via Google Talk
Current E-Books Trends
A living book through E-Ink
Amazon Shorts: More proof e-books are going mainstream?
Research house and e-book seller bullish on e-books
TeleRead podcast on EarthCore
Sony Librie under the microscope
Are we liable for comments by our readers?
BBC Book Reading Challenge Diary
British thieves use Bluetooth to steal laptops
Cell Phone Telemarketing is Coming to the US
Eight mobile technologies that slow down progress
Get classy outfits for your PDA with pdaStyles
Hand selected PDA-based RSS feeds
Manga comic surfing on the go
Matsushita is king with new Li-Ion battery
PDA247 Full of News Today
PDA247 offers Motorola RAZR V3 contest
TIVR promises fast H.264 software decoder for handhelds
Will your favorite file format last?
Google Talk (IM)
4INFO opens mobile web directory
Does the Nokia 770 have sex appeal?
Enderle predicts handhelds, not laptops, the future of personal computing
Intel + Blackberry = $
iPod + OS x86 = Microsoft's worst nightmare?
Manual for e-book readers - what's your opinion?
TomeRaider contest winners
Happy 6th Birthday to Palm Addict
MobiTV to offer live TV on Treo phones
PalmGear and PocketGear 10% discount
Palm Ramping Up for Linux-Based Devices
Palm Treo and Audi join via Bluetooth
Win a PDA of your choice and more at PalmAddicts
Arvale II, how I hate you
BenQ P50 soon to be a Siemens P50?
Dell Axim X51/X51v gets Bluetooth approval
Google Desktop Search for Pocket PC
HTC Universal arrives at Engadget
Minimo CE V0.008 adds SSL support
Opera Mini for Pocket PC hands-on
Resco Explorer 2005 V5.20 released
Skype for PPC 1.2 beta released
StyleTap is one step closer bringing Palm OS to WM
WM 5.0 for HP hx4700 delayed until Spring 2006
Pocket Tunes and AudioBooks
Siemens to present "Mobile TV" via DVB-H
Tom's Hardware reviews iPod alternatives
Get a second life on your smartphone