Case review: OtterBox Commuter Series for iPhone 4

Posted by Matt P. on Sep 21, 2011 | 3 Comments

OtterBox is known for making some of the most heavy duty and durable cases on the market to protect your delicate products. But if you’re someone who doesn’t want extreme bulk and are looking for a more slim, yet more protective case for your iPhone, OtterBox hasn’t forgotten about you. Does the Commuter Series case stand up to the tests? Should this be your next case? Or should you pass on it and not look back?... 

What’s Coming Up at Mobilitysite?

Posted by Zealot on Jun 02, 2010 | 1 Comment

Lots of exciting things are going on at Mobilitysite right now, so I wanted to give you all a recap and a heads-up as we start June. Current Contests: Three contests are running RIGHT NOW, in which you can win a copy of… Twittelator Pro for iPhone Calendar Pro for Blackberry Comic Zeal 4 for iPad Just click on the links to enter! What’s Coming Up: June is iPad Month here at Mobilitysite and we have lots of great... 

Review: Altec Lansing iM414v2 for Zune HD

Posted by Matt Bubernak on Dec 13, 2009 | 7 Comments

Vendor: Altec Lansing Price: 99.99 Finding speakers for your Zune device is no easy task,because  at the moment there simply aren’t that many options. However, there is some good news;  I just got a hold of the Altec Lansing inMotion IM414V2 portable speakers, and was pleasantly surprised. Altec is certainly no newcomer to Zune products, with the M604 , and iM414v1 previously released and it’s evident in... 

Review: HTC Tilt2 from at&t

Posted by Stephen Borders on Nov 23, 2009 | 26 Comments

Having finished my time with the HTC Pure I have now turned my attention to the second device from at&t to sport Windows Mobile 6.5, the HTC Tilt2. After two weeks I must say I have enjoyed this device. Although it is not perfect, it is, in my opinion the perfect replacement for my aging Tilt. I didn’t feel this way about the Fuze because the keyboard was cramped, it felt blocky compare to the Tilt and it still... 

REVIEW: Mimo UM-710 USB Monitor

Posted by Zealot on Jul 16, 2009 | 9 Comments

Who doesn’t occasionally wish they had a few more inches of monitor space? Maybe you want to still see your email client while playing WoW on full screen or when you have too many Word documents open. Maybe you like to keep your IM client or Skype or your music software on an easily visible side screen, away from other applications. Well then, you need another monitor. Sadly, limitations imposed by hardware, graphics... 

REVIEW: SanDisk 16GB MicroSDHC Card

Posted by Zealot on Jul 14, 2009 | 8 Comments

I still remember my first computer storage device, an external hard drive for a Mac Plus. It was the size of a small VCR, held 20MB and it seemed like it was more storage then anyone would ever need until the end of time. This last week I have been testing a SanDisk 16GB MicroSD card, kindly provided by our friends at SanDisk. Where once I was so impressed by 20MB the size of a bread box, I now take the fact that 16,000MB... 

REVIEW: AT&T (Samsung i637) Jack

Posted by Bryan Eley on Jul 13, 2009 | 6 Comments

I’m going to preface my review of the AT&T Jack with the following caveat: you will see reflections in many of the pictures.  There, I said it…I feel better now.   The Jack, aka Samsung i637, could be seen as the younger sibling of the Blackjack II, but with smoother lines and similar footprint, though IMHO bearing closer resemblance to the Motorola Q9 series.  It sports tri-band UMTS/HSDPA and quad-band... 

TuneWiki for BlackBerry

Posted by Steve Laser on Jun 30, 2009 | 11 Comments

I’ve had enough of iPhone this and iPhone that.  Let’s talk cool apps for your BlackBerry, shall we?  Gear Diary reported that TuneWiki is available for the BlackBerry.  What is TuneWiki?  It’s a website that plays music of your choice and displays lyrics.  It’s a community forum.  It displays maps that show what other users are listening to.  It may still be... 

A portable scanner in my pocket! (or faxing from a mobile device)

Posted by Julie on Jun 25, 2009 | 10 Comments

I’ve been exploring creative ways to use the camera on my Windows Mobile device to boost my productivity.  Qipit provides a way to copy and email or fax documents to anyone at any time from any web enabled mobile device.  Qipit works from any mobile device that has a web browser and is not limited to windows mobile handhelds, iphones or any other mobile device.  Qipit is almost like having a scanner... 

App of the Day: Copy and Paste Made Way, Way Better!

Posted by Steve Laser on Jun 25, 2009 | 6 Comments

A couple days ago I presented a software program called, CopyPaste Tool, a utility that allows you to copy multiple clips of information before pasting.  I liked it, but it had some issues.  As you know, the Windows Clipboard only allows you to copy one item at a time.  If you find yourself copying then pasting over and over, then a program like CopyPaste Tool or the new one I will present, will allow you... 

Agendus for Blackberry v. Pocket Informant for Blackberry

Posted by Steve Laser on Jun 08, 2009 | 5 Comments

PI icon top right, Agendus icon middle right I recently received a Blackberry 8350i for work, and like Windows Mobile, the built in Contact Manager is inadequate.  There are separate modules for each function.  If you want to make an appointment you must open the calendar.  To view contacts you must open contacts.  These two suites I am reviewing combine all the functions into one program. ... 

Upcoming Reviews @ Mobilitysite

Posted by Chris Leckness on May 14, 2009 | 3 Comments

Hey everyone. A couple weeks ago, I replied to a tweet where someone asked if you let your audience know what reviews are coming down the line. I said that I don’t. My reasoning is because things happen. I work 40-50hrs a week and sometimes free time doesn’t present itself. I don’t want to promise something and then fall down on my promise. That said, I normally wouldn’t do this, but I need to... 

Saddleback Leather’s Large Laptop Sleeve Review

Posted by Forge42 on Apr 27, 2009 | 5 Comments

                                                               Introduction Saddleback Leather Company recently... 

REVIEW: AT&T Pantech Matrix Pro

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 20, 2009 | 16 Comments

AT&T has a neat device in their lineup that can provide you with a pretty awesome Windows Mobile experience. It has a unique design offering a dual-sliding keyboard (T9 and QWERTY) for easy number dialing and text entry. Loaded with Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard edition, performing those everyday tasks are a breeze, in fact, an absolute pleasure. The AT&T Pantech Matrix Pro has a 262,000 color QVGA non-touch screen... 

How To Make Free Ringtones For Blackberry

Posted by Steve Laser on Apr 14, 2009 | 7 Comments

Why pay money for ringtones when you can make them yourself easily?  My guide will take you through the very easy steps.  You’ll have your own ringtones in minutes!  I’ve only tried this on the Blackberry Curve, but I bet you can use it for many types of phones. Open up the free Audacity software. AKPC_IDS += "24769,"; Read More →

Vito Tuned In Package

Posted by Steve Laser on Apr 09, 2009 | 1 Comment

The Tuned in package offers a $7 savings when you purchase AudioNotes, SoundExplorer and RingtoneEditor.  $14 gets all three programs, but when purchased alone they are $21. Most pocket pc devices have a built-in voice recorder that is very basic.  Vito uupgrades this capability with AudioNotes and SoundExplorer. Vito AudioNotes AKPC_IDS += "24695,"; Read More →

Review: iHarmonix Platinum i-Series Headphones

Posted by Chris Leckness on Mar 23, 2009 | 1 Comment

2 Words… Inexpensive and Awesome! Seriously. For the price, these headphones deliver. Enough of the infomercial voice now, let’s take a look at the iHarmonix Platinum i-Series Headphones. I first got a chance to hear these new headphones using my own Zune at the Digital Focus event during CES in January. I normally don’t stop at booths for accessories, but there was such a nice sized crowd there,... 

Review: Callpod Drone Bluetooth Audio Dongle

Posted by Bryan Eley on Mar 22, 2009 | 5 Comments

  has recently released an interesting product in the realm of bluetooth stereo audio, the Callpod Drone.  Now at first casual glance, this average-sized dongle appears to be one of the many typical bluetooth adapters where you need to ensure a functional BT stack and requisite drivers and spend a fair amount of time waiting for everything to install or demand you supply a driver disk to satisfy its requirements,... 

SBSH releases CalendarTouch 2.1

Posted by Forge42 on Mar 16, 2009 | 3 Comments

  Introduction: Hot off the heels of the release of CalendarTouch 2.0 (reviewed here), SBSH has released the next  iteration of the software, CalendarTouch 2.1.  This is typical of SBSH.  They tend to be very aggressive in their release and development cycles.  Personally, it is something I really appreciate and respect.  SBSH is one of my favorite developers in the mobile software industry. The... 
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Allocate Screen Space for Widgets Free

Posted by Steve Laser on Feb 27, 2009 | 3 Comments

I love Widgets.  They are so cool.  Widgets are mini-programs that are always on your desktop and do handy things.  I have a calendar, To-Do list, weather and a few others.  Yahoo! even provides a dock to hold your widgets (see the right side of the screenshot above).  But unless you feel like resizing every window you have open, you won’t have easy access to your widgets.  You can... 


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