Tag Archives: Personal digital assistant

Bye Bye, Laptop?

By | January 22, 2008

The day seems to be getting closer when we can do something that would seem to be pretty obvious: access our pocket-sized smartphone via a bigger screen, keyboard and a mouse. Celio Corp says it’s close. Celio Corp have two products: their Mobile Companion (pictured above), a laptop like thing that includes an 8″ display, a full function… Read More »

Internet Radio in the Bedroom

By | December 10, 2007

  I’ve lately been looking for a way to listen to Internet radio away from my computer. This looks like a good, albeit somewhat expensive, answer: the WiFi Radio from Acoustic Energy (about S$600, that’s $415ish). The WiFi Radio connects to your router and stores more than 5,000 radio stations by country, updated each time the machine is… Read More »

Wikipedia Via Wi-Fi

By | August 10, 2005

I enjoyed reading this piece, somewhat belatedly, from Oliver Starr’s Mobile Weblog, where he describes a future where Wikipedia is no longer confined to the webpage but could be all around us: Location Using your phone, as if it was a PC mouse, you uncover snippets of information from the world around you. You click on an old… Read More »

Getting Excited and Depressed About Scalable Interfaces

By | July 5, 2005

This isn’t new, and it’s not even supported anymore, but it’s a great Outlook add-in that is both inspiring and depressing. Inspiring because it shows us what we could be doing, depressing because there’s nothing really like this out there that fulfils this kind of potential. It’s Datelens – A Revolutionary Scalable Calendar Interface: Calendar applications for small… Read More »

Canada Gets The Hipster PDA

By | April 16, 2005

Nice piece by Tralee Pearce in The Globe and Mail on ‘The hipster PDA’ : On BlackBerry-addicted Parliament Hill, NDP press secretary Ian Capstick turns heads with his newest organizational gadget: a stack of 3 x 5 index cards held together by a black bull clip. The hipster PDA, of course, is Merlin Mann’s idea, and the piece quotes… Read More »