Welcome to listen Meet Mobility Podcast.
Join me, Steve and Sascha talking about mobile computing.
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On the podcast: JKK – JKKmobile.com
Sasca Pallenberg – Netbooknews.com
Steve ‘Chippy’ Paine – Carrypad.com
Sascha bought Aspire ONE 532H
The iPad And Chrome OS Netbooks Are On A Collision Course
Archos 7 -
Dell Mini 5 -
iPad – Summary podcast.
8.9″ ExoPC slate. “Atom N270 at 1.6GHz, with 2GB of DDR2 memory and a 32GB SSD with SD expansion. Yeah, those specs are familiar too, and while we’re not thinking this will deliver the sort of snappy performance seen on the iPad, it will certainly be a lot more functional. Battery life is only four hours, but at least it’s user-replaceable, and a price of $599 matches the 32GB iPad. Likewise it will be available in March -”
NetbookNavigator – ‘Nav 9′ Similar specs.
UMID BZ Live session – (First impressions notes) No major showstoppers. Memory 512MB. No 3G version. No right shift key, optical mouse not the best (but way better than nothing) great battery life. $549 good price. N5 March/April.
Mozilla pulled it from N900 Firefox release – ““Support for plugins in Firefox for Maemo has been disabled. On most Web pages that use the Adobe Flash plugin, the performance of the plugin didn’t meet our standards, and the interactivity and performance of the entire Web page was negatively impacted.”
Flash. Will it last? Do we need it?
Lower power web devices coming.
Developers should take note of rising % of non-flash mobile brwosers.
S10 blade coming.
Events coming up:
DevMob2010. London. One day. Intel. 3rd Feb
MWC. Mobile phones meets mobile computing on 14th Feb.
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Tuesday, February 02, 2010