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On our current travels we love to go light weight. Most of us in the Mobility Minded world like to travel with only carry on luggage. Everyone has their favorite laptop bag and carry-on. The maximum size these days is 22″ to bring on the airplane and we all want to use that maximum allotted space. Brookstone’s XpressCheck 21″ Ballistic Computer Carry-on might for fill your need of an one piece luggage that will have a removable laptop bag in it. Actually you have the option of just using the separate laptop bag and have extra space left over in the bag for other clothing or shoes. I will traveling Read more

Back at Mobile World Congress 2009, Microsoft announced the MyPhone service in addition to Windows Mobile 6.5. Since the announcement and the first launch, the MyPhone service has been an invite only program, however yesterday Microsoft MyPhone for Windows Phones is in the public beta stage. If you want to get an overview about the functionality check out the MobilityMinded Microsoft MyPhone (p)review after MWC 2009. “With today’s release, we’re opening the beta to all users — no more waiting list or promotional codes!  So you can tell your friends, family and colleagues with Windows Mobile phones to visit http://myphone.microsoft.com and start using My Phone today.” [ref02] The first change I noticed Read more

The SanDisk Sansa slotRadio player just came to the market after they announced the slotMusic for their existing  Sansa Fuze line of media players. The slotRadio player is a small simple media player which just allows you to listen to FM radio and your purchased slotRadio music (different than the slotMusic) If you don’t want to haggle with synchronization of your current music on your pc and hate listening to your favorite radio station with all those commercials, then the SanDisk Sansa slotRadio player with your favorite genre slotMusic is the perfect answer. It beats carrying bigger media players and satellite radio’s around. You can even connect it easy to Read more

Seskimo Crabbles is a multimedia device stand made so simple, cheap and is a must have for anyone who travels a lot and is tired of holding their media device in their hands. The Crabble is a wallet sized flat stand/cradle that is easy foldable to create the perfect viewing angle for you to watch your movie/podcast without holding your device. The Crabble has been designed to hold most phones and media players in the portrait or landscape position. Now you don’t need to use the magazines,newspapers, napkins or anything you can find on the airplane to prop your device in a viewable position on your tray. Now just use the Crabble Read more

In this review I’ll point out my thoughts about the Clickfree Portable Backup drive. Imagine your PC and Harddrive would crash right here, right now. What kind of data would be lost. Valuable pictures,  Video’s,  Important Word Documents? Or even worse like financial data. The magic word would be backup. But isn’t it always the same thing with backups. You do it once and then the next time you forget. How many people backup their data? I don’t have actual figures, but I can image that most people don’t backup their data on a regular basis. I even can imagine the majority of the people don’t backup at all. The Read more

Spb Softwarehouse combined a classical “old” game -in this case the jigsaw puzzle- with modern mobile technology, resulting in a brand new game called Spb Puzzle with an interesting gameplay. The article below will provide a brief overview of this new game, and will highlight on several features. The article will end with some first conclusion, and you might want to check out some considerations as well. “A jigsaw puzzle is a tiling puzzle that requires the assembly of numerous small, often oddly shaped, interlocking and tessellating pieces. Each piece has a small part of a picture on it; when complete, a jigsaw puzzle produces a complete picture. In some cases more advanced Read more

A few days ago MobilityMinded announced the winner of the AT&T Pantech Matrix Pro Give  Away contest. As it was mentioned this is a large scale contest together with 25 other well respected websites.  If you missed the luck to win the AT&T Pantech Matrix Pro in our contest, two close friends are also offering a great contest to win this excellent Windows Phone ! Below you will find the details of the contest and some background information on the people running these great sites ! Experience Mobility Let me first start with Experience Mobility, which covers a variety of topics about the Windows- and Windows Mobile platform. Jack has Read more

Back at CTIA 2009 Microsoft made several announcements of which one was the creation of a new Facebook application for Windows Phones. Luckily I was able to test this application and the article below will provide a step-by-step overview of the application, as well as highlighting the important features. I will end with some conclusions, but lets first go back to the announcements of CTIA 2009: “Windows Mobile users will be able to engage and experience some of the most popular global social networks right from their Windows phone, including Facebook, MySpace and Windows Live.” [ref01] And with a more focus on the social network Facebook this means: “Microsoft has created Read more

What does a bulletproof vest and a sleevecase for my notebook have in common? This question, I will answer in the following article, where I will review the Waterfield Design Sleevecase for Lenovo X60 tablet with 8-cell battery. It’s very hard to find a suitable case for the Lenovo X60 tablet due to the 8-cell battery, which stands out of the back of the machine. Waterfield ended my case journey with their “custom made” Sleevecase, build from highly durable and strong materials. Design and used materials Without directly rushing into the functional design I want to provide some background information about the development of the Waterfield Sleevecase.  So here is Read more