Archive for September, 2006


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Interview with Marc Blank – MTDN

29 September 2006

Mytreo.net ( or mtdn for short ) recently interviewed Marc Blank, the developer of the wildly popular and amazingly powerful ChatterEmail application for the Treo smartphone.  In the interview, Marc discusses both the history and future of ChatterEmail, and his thoughts on the future of the Palm OS.  Check it out now!

E-TEN G500 Review – PDAgold

24 September 2006

PDAgold reviews the E-TEN G500 and writes: “The E-TEN G500 is a good device for a reasonable price, whose parameters will satisfy a wide range of users. The integration of mobile navigation and mobile phone into a single, compact device is an attractive solution for those who are looking for a work tool rather than […]

How to use your Treo as a flashlight

21 September 2006

Every Treo user has done it – some do it more than others.  Admit it – you’re guilty too!  If you haven’t been using your Treo as a flashlight, then you’re missing out.  Treonauts attempts to bring us all out of the closet, complete with this picture of a Treo being used to read a […]

Chatter Email and the Flurry of Betas

18 September 2006

All Palm OS Treo owners ( Treo 600, Treo 650, Treo 700p ) should be very familiar with Chatter Email. In fact, every single one of them should own it. The interface and capabilities of Chatter far surpass any other Treo email client on the market. I’ve used Versamail and Snapper mail, and there is […]

Sprint Treo 700wx review – Cnet

10 September 2006

Cnet reviews the Sprint Treo 700wx and writes – ‘As we mentioned earlier, we experienced improved performance with the 700wx over the Treo 700w. The device was responsive as we performed various tasks, even with multiple applications open. We had no problems transferring, viewing, or editing Office documents, and music and video playback were also […]

Shorter antenna for your Treo 650

10 September 2006

Are you tired of the large, ugly, bulky antenna sticking out of your Treo 650 smartphone? Well, you’re not alone. Treoantenna.com has solved your problem – they are soon going to release to the public a shorter antenna for your Treo. Installation should take about 5 minutes, and sounds very simple. All the needed tools […]

HTC Tytn review at Mtekk

8 September 2006

MTekk reviews the HTC Tytn and writes – ‘Small, light weight, stylish, feature packed with 3G, hardware keyboard and more buttons then any user ever dreamed, the HTC TyTN is certainly a dangerous rival in the marketplace. It could be called the Atom of 3G devices, and certainly offers users a viable pocket pc entrance […]

Motorola Q Review at ZDnet

8 September 2006

ZDNet reviews the Motorola Q and likes it, but sees vast need for improvement just the same – ‘As neat as this phone is, I was quite surprised by the fact that this was let out of the lab with so very much room for improvement. Obvious user interface stuff (at least to me, it’s […]

Treo 700wx Review at Treo Central

7 September 2006

Treo Central completed their full review of the Sprint Treo 700wx and is 100% in love with it – ‘The burning question, I suppose, is whether it’s the best smartphone currently on the market. Not to put too fine a point on it: is it better than the 700p? Here’s my take: the 700wx is […]

Sprint Treo 700wx Review at Treo Central

5 September 2006

Treo Central has a first look type of review for the Sprint Treo 700wx and has apparently fallen in love – ‘The 700wx is fast. EvDO is fast. The device itself is very responsive – especially compared to the 700w.’, ‘Yes, it works as a dial-up modem. Windows only (so far as I can tell […]

HTC Excalibur

4 September 2006

The HTC Excalibur is one of HTC’s most exciting upcoming products. It is, for the time being, fairly mysterious. All that we know so far is that it will run Windows Mobile for Smartphones, and will lack a touchscreen. A full Treo-style Qwerty keyboard dominates the front of the device. The HTC Excalibur is clearly […]

T-Mobile Sidekick 3 Review at Smartphone Today

4 September 2006

Smartphone Today reviews the T-Mobile Sidekick 3 and writes – ‘The Sidekick now works with Bluetooth, although only with mono Bluetooth earpieces. The phone doesn’t support stereo Bluetooth, which shows a lack of commitment to the music market, and you can’t use Bluetooth to transfer files to and from a PC. You’ll need to use […]

Sprint Treo 700wx review at PC Mag

4 September 2006

PC Mag reviews the Sprint Treo 700wx and writes – ‘Sprint currently sells two excellent handhelds. One is the Palm Treo 700p, which combines the familiar Treo form factor with a gorgeous 320-by-320 screen, EV-DO networking, and the very snappy performance of the Palm OS. It’s hands down my favorite Treo and one of my […]

Sprint Treo 700wx Review

3 September 2006

Verizon has had the only Windows powered Treo for long enough. Today Sprint introduced the new and improved Treo 700wx. This is great news for Sprint users like myself, who until now only had the Palm OS powered Treo 700p. The Treo 700wx is very similar to the Treo 700w , with the main difference […]

Motorola H700 Bluetooth Headset Review

1 September 2006

Motorola’s H700 Bluetooth headset is one of the smallest, lightest, and most stylish bluetooth headsets available today. If you’ve got the latest and greatest smartphone, you can’t go around using a bulky bluetooth headset, or, gasp! a wired headset, now can you? Of course not. Thankfully, Motorola is there for you, and has a fantastic […]


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