Gmail – The ultimate portable email solution

A recent post by Cringely about the problems he has experienced with his Email service made me very thankful for the ever reliable Gmail service.

Have you moved Internet Service Providers (ISPs) recently? Do you recall the hassle of changing your Email address and getting your correspondents to use your new email address? I suspect many people . . . → Read More: Gmail – The ultimate portable email solution

Review: Sony Ericsson MW600 bluetooth headset

I got a new Huawei Ideos U8150 mobile handset for Christmas. Its the cheapest Android phone you can buy in Australia and runs Android 2.2 (Froyo). For the money its great value but one thing that was disappointing was the loudness of the audio through the standard headphone socket. No matter what headphones I used, it . . . → Read More: Review: Sony Ericsson MW600 bluetooth headset

The end of the age of the personal computer?

Are we seeing the approaching end of the dominance of the PC and its derivatives? After 30 years will this decade see the transition to small portable, and more personal devices  and the ultimate demise of the ubiquitous PC?

With the arrival of the iPhone and Android phones, the devices we carry in our pocket are literally . . . → Read More: The end of the age of the personal computer?

My new HTC Magic Android phone

Last week my HTC TYTN II handset died. Well it didn’t really die, it’s touchscreen just went all purple and green making it near impossible to use. Not sure what happened as the phone was just on the charger. Two months from being out of contract and paid off too…

Anyway, it gave me a perfect excuse . . . → Read More: My new HTC Magic Android phone