Today will be the last day that I am posting on Eten Blog dot Com on a regular basis. That’s because, come tomorrow, I will be running My Today Screen with Doug Goldring. This site is very similar to Eten Blog dot Com in a sense that it will cover news, views, and reviews. There […]
Tag Archive 'opinion'
The first Share Your Thought article was about what users looked for in a Pocket PC. It was well received with many of you leaving comments on what you looked for in a Pocket PC. For those who have yet to read the article that consolidated all these comments, including mine, you can do so […]
Last week I asked readers what they looked for in a Pocket PC and they let their thoughts be heard which were lated consolidated with mine in this post. It went pretty well and so this week, I would like to ask you, the reader, another question. This one pertains to Apple and their announcing […]
Posted in Community on Mar 10th, 2008
So last week I tried something new here at Eten Blog dot Com and asked the readers of the site for their opinions on a certain subject. In the past, I would write articles based on my own opinions and then readers would comment on it. While this worked, I decided to try a different […]
I want to try something new this month of March. Instead of giving my opinions on a subject, I want to instead put it open to you the readers. Tell me what you think of a certain topic and in the following week, I will create an article that encompasses all (if possible) of your […]
When I first started writing on this article, I titled it ‘10 Reasons Why The M800 Will Be Better Than The iPhone‘. However, while I was writing it, I realized that people do not buy the iPhone (or any device for that matter) just because it’s specifications are better. People buy one device over another […]
It’s just over a week till Valentine’s and if you have yet to get your shopping completed, then fret not. You still have 10 days (depending when you are reading this). That’s not to say I encourage last minute shopping though Some may say you do not want to get them Pocket PC […]
I used to have a hard time deciding which new software I wanted to try and/or buy. There were great reviews from various sites and then there were the best-selling lists that most of the software selling sites had. It was always difficult for me to balance and give points to each software and decide. […]
Wow, it sure has been a great 2008 so far for me and I hope it is the same for you. From re-launching the site with a new design to adding advertisers to writing articles and participating in the forums, it’s an understatement to say that I have been busy. The site is getting on […]
Check out this video that shows how amazing and promising this software looks.
Those interested in a review, we have one here too!
It’s funny how sometimes beta software can be so much better than commercial one, like TouchPal which is way better than Tengo, Tengo Thumb, SPB Full screen keyboard, and basically all the […]
Google’s Android is set to make it’s debut this year and everyone is waiting with bated breath on the first protocol to be showcased. Knowing Google and the company behind the Open Handset Alliance, you know that this will definitely be a great platform with a lot of potential. Eten, unfortunately, is not part of […]
Posted in Community on Jan 9th, 2008
The following article was taken from InsideMicrosoft.
Microsoft is currently developing Windows Mobile 7, the first revolutionary change to its mobile device operating system. Recently, I was given a document by a source inside Microsoft that details the touch and gesture plans for Mobile 7. This document is a confidential internal use only document, used to […]
Like any Operating System (OS) or brand in the communications industry, there exist rumors about them. Some of them are advantageous and makes a curious user want to try it while others only make potential customers shun away from the product. For example, Nokia used to be known to be the most user-friendly among all […]
If you have yet to get down to Christmas shopping or spending your year end bonus, it’s still not too late. Spoilt with the huge number of choices one could make, it is no wonder that deciding on what to give or get for yourself can cause one of the worst headaches of the year. […]
Last week, I gave my take on the Eten Glofiish X800 by listing out all that is wrong with the device. It was done by going through all complaints made about this device, listing them out and adding possible solutions to the problems. If you were planning to buy the Eten Glofiish X800 and had […]
I do not own the Glofiish X800. Neither have I played with it or seen it for myself. However, I thought it would be interesting to write an article or two about the X800, to provide an in-depth look at how the device fares from an outsider’s point of view. I look forward to Xavier’s […]
No news was bigger than the announcement of Android by Google. It is planned to go up against Windows Mobile and seeing how Google had formed the Open Handset Alliance, it does have some very capable partners by its side, including HTC, Windows Mobile biggest manufacturers. So what does this new operating system bring to […]
When I posted a tutorial recently on how to set up an Exchange server, I got quite a few emails asking me why an individual would need an exchange server. Considering that monetary resources would have to be invested into this, many are wondering if they really need an Exchange Server. There are also quite […]
One of the reasons I chose Eten devices over others was because of the Skype Receiver Switch software. A little handy piece of software that allows me to make Skype calls from my Eten Glofiish X500 just like a normal phone call. I no longer had my Skype conversations for the rest of the world […]
Posted in Community on Nov 5th, 2007
“I can finally hear AND understand you” my cousin said, after a 30 minute call to Ecuador. I called her using the Skype Switch, Switch, and Skype application, so everything was very nice from my end, but she was having lots of problems understanding my phone call
“I had to GLUE myself to the phone, pay […]