Here’s this week’s TinyPodcast. A little over 39 minutes, about 18 MB. Subscribe to the feed, or download the MP3 file directly (fixed – the download link was pointing to last week’s show).
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Read on for this week’s show notes.
I’ll post some show notes after I have a chance to listen through the show, and type some up. We talk about lots of exciting new stuff this week, including Google Maps, Brian’s impressions of the Audiovox SMT5600 Windows Mobile Smartphone (a.k.a. the Scoblephone, and lots more. Good stuff this week – have a listen.
- Google Maps! – You can read Josh’s ongoing impressions of Google Maps over at GeekBlog.org.
- HP Announces hw6500 iPAQ Mobile Communicator – Treo form factor, thumbboard, 520MHz CPU, GSM/GPRS/EDGE, SD and mini-SD slots, integrated GPS with TomTom Navigator, 240×240 screen. Awesome, right? One fatal flaw – NO WIFI! Check out some photos and details over at Brighthand.
- T-Mobile/RIM Blackberry OS 4.0 ROM update fixed all of Josh’s Bluetooth problem. Rock solid connection to his headset, no more rebooting/hanging problems. So nice to see a ROM update actually fix an issue that people are complaining about! Also, latest version of VeriChat IM app works great, even with T-Mobile’s port blocking.
- Brian’s test driving an Audiovox SMT5600 Windows Mobile Smartphone. Watch for updates on his experience on TinyScreenfuls.com.
- Live, uncensored product test – mic input adapter cable (part no. PTAMS) for Josh’s x50v Pocket PC. Mixed success, mostly to blame on a non-working Sony lavalier mic.
- T-Mobile announced the MDA-IV – “baby tablet PC“. Will be an awesome device, but who knows if it will ever be available in the U.S.?
- Shout Outs to the Noise Squad (NW podcasts) – Jason and Anna from Delta Park Project, Tim Germer from Northwest Noise, and Chuck and Adam.
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