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AT&T Pure with Windows Mobile 6.5 Launches
Windows Mobile 6.5 may not be the end-all-be-all of mobile operating systems, but it's a huge step up from Windows Mobile 6.1, and it's now available. AT&T's Pure is the first gadget to welcome it aboard, but dozens of others are soon to follow.
Palm Fixes iTunes Sync -- Again
There's a war brewing between Apple and Palm, each battling to enable or disable the Pre's ability to sync with iTunes. The programs are working together again with Palm's recent update, but for how long?
Windows Mobile 6.5 Marketplace Now Live
Windows Mobile 6.5 went out over the weekend, but its Marketplace didn't start firing off apps and other such goodies until this morning. Right now, it pales in comparison to Apple's App Store, but it's a start.
Vstone Robovie-PC Packs a Computer
Typically, consumer robots are programmed by connecting them to a computer and downloading info. This bot, however, has a full computer inside it. Hopefully, this doesn't mean that this thing can program itself. If it can, you can find us hiding in the old well with our stockpiles of weapons.
Info on Refreshed iMac, Mac Mini, and Macbook Released?
The rumors about Mac's new line of computers are getting more concrete. Folks are currently talking specs and prices of Apple's refreshed hardware lineup.
Vonage Mobile Apps Available
If you have a Vonage account and want to use it to make calls through your iPhone or BlackBerry, you can now do so -- though your calls may not be free.
Belling's Media Chef Digital Cookbook
Is it a digital frame? Is it a virtual cookbook? It's both, apparently. Or trying to be both, anyway. It's Belling's $270 Media Chef, and it includes 48 instructional cooking videos.