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MoTR 45 is 39:14 minutes long and is a 36 MB file in MP3 format.

INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1″ by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick.

HOSTS: David Ciccone, James Kendrick and Kevin C. Tofel

TOPICS:
Special intro courtesy of the Xpress-It application developed by MoTR listener D. Scott Royall.
Listener voicemail from Scott. Scott: you’re right; this is a kick-ass Text-to-Speech demo!
If you have 7 minutes this week, make sure you watch Scott’s appearance on TechTV.
So what’s going on with the UMPC battery life these days? Nice to see the blogosphere working together on this.
Speaking of battery life: can you really get 16 hours of battery life on the new HP tc4400 Tablet PC?
Did you see Dave’s video review of the Pioneer Inno? It’s for XM’s service. XM, Dave…not Sirius! 😉
Freeware of the day: Taiyoukei for the PocketPC helps you see the planets.
MoTR meet and greet plans: Dave and Kevin are shooting for NYC on May 25th but we need your help! Got a place in mind where half a dozen mobile geeks can meet? Let us know!
Happy Mother’s Day to the moms.
Win one of five copies of SBSH’s Pocket Breeze!

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MobileTechRoundup 45

2 thoughts on “MobileTechRoundup 45

  • Hey guys:

    The 25th in NYC would be great! I’m assuming we’re talking late afternoon/early evening? Why not just go to a Starbucks or something….keep it simple.

    Would you gents be taking the train into Penn Station? If so, we should find a place in and around that area. This way we’ll have more time to test EVDO signal strengths. 😉

    Looking forward to it!

    Dave Rakowski
    Allentown, PA

  • The X-Press IT! application sounds like a very heavy duty version of something I purchased back in 2002 called “TextAloud MP3” (http://www.nextup.com/). I use it mostly to read tech papers or news articles to mp3 for later playback on my Pocket PC. It uses AT&T Natural voices. Pronounciation always seems to be poor, but overall playback speed and pitch can be adjusted. Also, individual words can be added so that proprietory words are correctly pronounced.

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