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Category Archives: mobile
yesterday was a big day for me. it was the first time in almost 2 years that i bought a new phone. the features and cpu in the Google Nexus One were too tempting! However, i decided to buy the … Continue reading
Well, I’ve decided to blog on a more regular basis (at least once a week) and thought I’d start with a nice old op-ed piece on this years tech/geek news and trends and possible future ones. Microsoft tries to redeem … Continue reading
well, i finally broke down and decided to upgrade my vista ultimate installation to windows 7 rc.Â i thought i’d help out microsoft and send my installation logs (option when you install) and also do a straight upgrade from Vista … Continue reading
yea.Â i am one of those geeks.Â the type that gets or builds a new pc/laptop/netbook and then tries to cram as many operating systems on it as i can. at one point in my life i recall having a … Continue reading
well, i admit that the first few times using OS X Leopard (on a hackintoshed pc or the macbook air) was kind of frustrating originally. being a windows poweruser/geek, i have become accustomed to installshield guides and registry hacking to … Continue reading
ok, i promise i’ll stop posting msi wind touchscreen stuff soon. however, until then here is a quick video demo of the Origami Experience 2.0 add-on to Vista running on my touchscreen wind. (download it from ms here ) imo, … Continue reading
well, this week has been a busy week of MSI Wind installs and videos.Â i thought i’d follow up my previous MSI Wind triple boot video w/my latest one. this time around i decided to skip Vista and instead use … Continue reading
yes, i admit it. i now am in love with my MSI Wind netbook.Â so far it seems to have met all of myÂ mobile computing/commuting needs:Â small, fast, affordable, upgradable.Â for $550, you get a pretty nice piece of hardware: … Continue reading
This year seems to be the year of the ultra-portable laptop. Asus was the first manufacturer and founding father/mother of this new popular netbook category.
I had purchased an original EeePC 701 early in 2008. After selling this machine to a co-worker, I decided I’d wait this one out a bit more to see how the Intel Atom-based netbooks looked. I eventually decided I to get (and TRIPLE BOOT) the MSI Wind.
Don’t you wanna see OS X on the MSI Wind? Keep reading for more details and the video demo! Continue reading
Up to this point, I would never consider comparing an iPhone with a Blackberry. Each device seems to be aimed for a different market sector (iPhone = consumer, blackberry = corporate/business). However, things have changed and both Apple and RIM are venturing into sectors they had left alone until now. So today I will be giving a comparison of an iPhone 3G to a Blackberry Curve/8830. Keep reading for the details on the comparison! Continue reading