MobileTechRoundup 91: do you archive magazines in the bathroom?

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MoTR 91 is 31:20 minutes long and is a 28.7 MB file in MP3 format.
INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1? by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick.
HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel (Philadelphia)

TOPICS:

Windows Mobile 6 was the talk of the town last week.
The T-Mobile Dash is spotted with the new OS already!
Digital music: rent vs. buy a license.
Activation issues abound for Matt.
Win one of 50 Zunes by making MSN your home page.
Bonus contest: win an i-mate JAQ3 from Matt!
Hear which 3GSM devices announced were our faves.
WinMo6 handhelds doubling as Windows Vista Sideshow devices? Love it! 🙂
Opera getting pre-installed on Windows Mobile 6 devices?
What about Nokia at 3GSM? Matt gives a rundown.
While most of the world keeps information on the WikiPedia, James keeps his in the bathroom….
Freeware of the show: Windows Live for Windows Mobile

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The Silence of Shock

In case you were wondering why the posting has been non-existent today, just wanted to let you know that I am feeling a bit shocked and mentally worn out by this morning’s terrorist attacks in London. In the light of that tragedy, everything seems so trivial, and pointless. Words are failing me today….

iTunes phone ready to ship?

Given the feisty debate about the future of Motorola’s iTunes phone, it is hard to believe anything. However, now comes word that the phone might actually make it to the market, thanks to some intense lobbying effort by Motorola. Mark Sue, an analyst with RBC Markets in his note to clients, Holy MOTO Batman, writes, “Motorola’s itunes phones are now ready to ship according to our sources, with Apple working out the final details with Cingular for revenue sharing.” Motorola, he believes had a rocking June quarter, and if iTunes phone comes out, the company will extend its hitting streak. Clearly, Motorola has a lot riding on the iTunes phone and would not simply let the project die. In related news, Sue notes that 3.5 million RAZR phones have sold. (I am guessing this is a world wide number.)

Cbeyond, the first VoIP IPO

Forget Vonage, the first VoIP IPO is actually going to be CBeyond, an enterprise VoIP service provider targeting the small and medium sized businesses. Good time to sell out, for this one is not long for the world given the looming competition from incumbents and do-it-yourself types. via