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Wed May 26 2004

iPodLibrary - books on your iPod

05:33 PM by Colin Dunstan in E-Book General | Deals, Freebies, and Resources (No...

We have a thread where members discuss the usablity of reading news on your iPod. Well, guess what, there are some people who even think of reading entire books/references/guides on their tiny iPod screen.

Quote from iPodLibrary:
podBooks are cool, instant "books" that can be accessed on your iPod using the Note Reader. Ideally suited to reference, sports and music info, guides and so-on, we now aim to make them available here at iPodLibrary.com.

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Rio Karma 20Gb MP3 Player Review

03:13 PM by Colin Dunstan in Archive | Portable Audio/Video

Pocket-Lint reviews the Rio Karma 20Gb MP3 Player, which isn't perhaps as sleek as the iPod, but it definitely costs less. It also offers some powerful features like a 15 hour battery life, Ogg Vorbis playback and an Ethernet port useful for network streaming.

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palmOne WiFi SD expansion card?

03:07 PM by Colin Dunstan in Archive | Handhelds and Smartphones

Good news for Tungsten and Zire owners. Brighthand reports that palmOne is preparing to release an SD expansion card for adding WiFi to their Tungsten T3 and Zire 72 handhelds.

Isn't it strange that there are so many WiFi expansion cards available for PPCs, but not a single one (yet) for Palms?

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Legacy 1.05X for Palm

12:59 PM by Colin Dunstan in Archive | Handhelds and Smartphones

Legacy 1.05X for Palm has been released now and adds new compatibility to new Palm devices:
- Sony UX (40,50), Sony TH55 compatibility
- Palm OS4 compatibility (but only for hi-res devices, with at least 320x320 resolution). The 1.05X is still slow a bit on OS4.
- optimized drawing for UX/TH

This version is functionally the same as 1.05. If you have a device with an existing (and working) Legacy 1.05 on it, then you don't need to upgrade to 1.05X.

You can download/purchase the 1.05X version on the Legacy Palm page.

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iSilo/X V4.05 RC1

12:52 PM by Alexander Turcic in Archive | iSilo/X

After a long beta period, iSilo/X V4.05 finally enters release stage RC1. iSilo is available for Palm OS, Pocket PC, Windows, Windows CE Handheld PC, and Windows Mobile Smartphone. Changes include mostly bug-fixes from the previous beta, which we were already discussing here.

You can download iSilo V4.05 RC1 here and iSiloX V4.05 RC1 here.

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Tue May 25 2004

Fictionwise wide 25% Anniversary Sale

03:21 PM by Colin Dunstan in E-Book General | Deals, Freebies, and Resources (No...

Fictionwise is four years old on June 1, 2004!

To celebrate and to thank its members for their support, every unencrypted Multiformat eBook is discounted 25% and every encrypted Secure eBook features a 25% Micropay Rebate.

Fictionwise very rarely runs an every-eBook-in-the-store sale, so don't let this one pass you by!

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GoogleGet - Fetch Google News to your iPod

03:14 PM by Colin Dunstan in Archive | Portable Audio/Video

GoogleGet, now part of iPodSoft, is a small Windows program designed to download the latest news from news.google.com (or a local variation) to your iPod in the quickest and simplest way possible.

After a one off configuration you simply run the program and it will instantly connect to Google, download the latest headlines in the categories you specified, format them appropriately and transfer them to your iPod.

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Toshiba Unveils New Display Technologies

03:04 PM by Colin Dunstan in E-Book General | News

Toshiba America Electronic Components (TAEC) today announced it will demonstrate a host of new advanced display technologies for mobile phones, mobile PCs, and industrial displays this week at the 2004 Society for Information Display (SID) International Symposium, Seminar & Exhibition in Seattle, Washington.

Innovative new display solutions announced today for the mobile computing market include a lightweight, ultra-thin glass 14.1-inch SXGA+ (1400x1050) liquid crystal display (LCD) for notebook PCs, a 12.1-inch WXGA (1280x768) LCD for wide-format mobile PCs, a 12.1-inch SXGA+ LCD for Tablet PCs, and a 5.6-inch WSVGA (1024x600) ultra-high resolution LCD for use in mini PCs.

Read the full press release here.

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