Monthly Archives: June 2010

Palm, Inc. alive and kicking?

With the HP merger just about a month away from completion, Palm has been very quiet lately with regards to their development plans. We haven’t seen a WebOS update, any mention of new Palm phones, or talk about WebOS tablets. … Continue reading

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Palm Apps 50% Off Sale

Palm is now running a 50% off sale for all apps on the Palm Catalog. So, now’s the time to get your apps at half-price until July 9th. The obvious reason, is that Palm is encouraging users to buy apps … Continue reading

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Should I get a Mac?

Steve Jobs is just brilliant. Although Apple has always had a very small percentage of the market for personal computers (compared to Microsoft) he seems to have a plan to increase that percentage through the marketing of other products. It … Continue reading

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My quick review of the Sprint HTC EVO

My wife recently switched from her Blackberry to the new Sprint HTC EVO, and I had a chance to play around with it for a little bit this morning. Here are my thoughts: The phone IS big. Don’t let anyone … Continue reading

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HTC EVO to arrive at my home tomorrow

No, I didn’t jump ship and get the Sprint HTC EVO… but my wife did. She has been using a Sprint Blackberry phone for the last year and ordered the EVO last week. Why did she do that? She stated … Continue reading

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WiFi Router issues… ugh

Last night my Belkin N+ Wireless Router stopped working, which ended life as-you-know-it in my household. Since all of our various computers, laptops, etc. connect via WiFi, everything was down. My desktop PC and laptop, my wife’s laptop and iPad, … Continue reading

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Getting Outlook 2010 to Sync with Google Calendar

Recently I had the opportunity to upgrade my existing Office 2007 installation to the new Office 2010 for only $9.95 US, so I jumped at the offer. In general, the appearance and features of the 2010 version wasn’t too different … Continue reading

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