More articles by James Alan Miller

iPhone Apps for Travel
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published December 10, 2010
iPhone apps for getting there faster, safer, and easier. Includes free and paid iPhone apps.
Nexus One Smartphone: Good, Not Great
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published April 15, 2010
The Nexus One smartphone is running behind the iPhone and the Droid and popularity, perhaps with good reason.
BlackBerry: Schedule the Delivery of SMS Messages
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published January 29, 2009
SmsScheduler allows BlackBerry users prepare SMS messages in advance and schedule them for automatic delivery at any date & time in the future.
Create, Manage iPhone Databases with HanDBase
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published November 12, 2008
A popular database and forms creation tool for mobile devices allows you to now track whatever you like with Apple's smartphone.
T-Mobile G1 Short on Application Memory?
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published October 27, 2008
Reportedly, the first gPhone cannot run software off a storage card, leaving its relatively paltry amount of internal memory to do all the work. Not good for a smartphone platform that purports to be friendly towards third-party applications.
FireFox Mobile Close to Alpha Release
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published October 8, 2008
Mobile browser will definitely support Nokia's Linux-run Wi-Fi tablets and, possibly, Windows Mobile.
Intuit Brings QuickBooks to iPhone, BlackBerry
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published August 27, 2008
Run reports and access important financial information while on the move.
RIM Begins Worldwide Rollout of BlackBerry Bold
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published August 19, 2008
Chile lands international-3G capable BlackBerry first. It’ll soon be followed by the United Kingdom and other markets.
RIM Establishes $150 Million Mobile Development Fund
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published May 14, 2008
BlackBerry Partners Fund not just limited to advancing RIM's mobile platforms and smartphones. It aims to encourage innovation across the whole mobile ecosystem.
Tip: BlackBerry - Increase Your Media Portability
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published May 9, 2008
Some useful tips to help you transfer videos, songs, documents or other files between your BlackBerry and desktop.
iTips for Your iPhone
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published May 5, 2008
Our resident mobility expert, James Alan Miller, offers up quick tips to help you get the most out of that sharp looking iPhone.
Microsoft Completes Buy of Sidekick Smartphone Maker, Danger
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published April 17, 2008
Sidekicks have been popular with consumers, a market Microsoft is keen to crack.
Tip: Windows Mobile - Advanced Battery Conservation
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published April 10, 2008
Some tips to take you beyond keeping the power devoted to your smartphone's screen in check to reduce battery consumption.
Survey Says iPhone Tops Other Smartphones for Web Access
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published March 20, 2008
Mobile Web usage by iPhone users off the charts, reports M:Metrics.
Apple to Thousands: No iPhone Developer Program for You...Yet
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published March 17, 2008
Acceptance into the iPhone Developer Program means much more in the way of development resources and a place in the iPhone App Store.
Contact Search Finally Coming to iPhone?
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published March 13, 2008
A presentation during last week’s SDK event indicates firmware update 2.0, due this June, will - at last - allow you to search for a contact in the iPhone address book without having to flick through the whole list.
Opera: Goodbye Yahoo, Hello Google for Mobile Browsers
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published March 5, 2008
Google becomes default search engine for popular Opera cell phone and smartphone Web browsers.
The Missing Sync Between Mac, iPhone Updated
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published February 22, 2008
Mark/Space fixes and enhances synchronization and migration tool—from a Palm OS, Windows Mobile or BlackBerry device—for the iPhone.
Opera Ready to Premier Major Revision to Smartphone Browser
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published February 7, 2008
Mobile World Congress setting for the premier of the Opera Mobile 9.5, a Web browser that promises to deliver a desktop-like browsing experience to devices running on a number of different mobile platforms.
Nokia to Demo Touch Interface at Mobile World Congress
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published February 4, 2008
Apple iPhone-like touch interface one of a number of new sensor technologies supported by the next-generation of Nokia’s S60 platform.
Jailbreak iPhone/iPod Touch Automatically, No Computer Required
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published February 1, 2008
You no longer need a PC or Mac to turn a jailbroken iPhone or iPod touch with firmware 1.1.2 into a jailbroken iPhone or iPod touch with Apple's latest software upgrade, version 1.1.3, installed.
Skyfire Could Represent the Future of Mobile Web Browsing
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published January 31, 2008
It's a future where nothing is lost during the translation from PC to the hand.
Wi-Fi Coming to BlackBerry By End of the Year
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published May 19, 2007
Fixed/mobile convergence is key to RIM's Wi-Fi plans.
Wi-Fi Alliance Talks Dual Mode
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published April 20, 2006
PDAStreet speaks with the Alliance director about issues surrounding the convergence of Wi-Fi and cellular handsets and services.
The Man Who Invented Wireless E-Mail
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published April 19, 2006
Didn't patent his work - and it's likely you've never heard of him - but he developed the concept of mobile messaging back in the the early '80s.
Worlds Thinnest Cell Phone Unveileld
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published March 23, 2006
Look out RAZR, Korean manufacturer's EV-K100 measures less than 8 millimeters thick.
75 Percent Chance Apple Phone Soon
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published March 22, 2006
Financial analyst predicts Apple will release an iTunes compatible cellphone within the next year.
In-Flight Cell Phone Service Looms on Horizon
By James Alan Miller |  Article Published September 16, 2004
Depending on how you look at it, in-flight mobile phone service will either be the scourge or liberator of business travelers around the world.




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