TomTom GO 910 GPS navigator review

“In addition to GPS functionality, the GO 910 features Bluetooth for quickly connecting to your Bluetooth-enabled phone, allowing this navigator to double as a handsfree speakerphone. We found this easy to set up and had no trouble transferring our phone book. Audio quality was decent on the unit and even better in the car. The TomTom Jukebox plays MP3s from the 20GB hard drive, and if you need more space than what’s left after all the maps, the GO 910 features full iPod compatibility—complete with an iPod connector cable—and the ability to control the unit through the touchscreen. Music was loud on the little speaker, but the quality wasn’t great. You’ll want it tuned in to your car stereo for the most part, but if you’re in a rental car, the sound will suffice.” Read this review of this great device at

Web Browsing on a Palm NetFront Review

Microsoft Puts SideShow on Media Center Remote Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review “A good web browser should be able to download files. NetFront is. Using a Tungsten C near to an Wireless AP with a 2 Mbps connection I downloaded a ~ 712 KB ZIP file in ~ 12 seconds. Of course the wireless module of the T|C doesn’t support 2 Mbits/sec. I repeated the download and confirmed a download speed of 60 KB/s. Not bad. Unfortuanely all files are downloaded into /Palm/Programs/MSFiles and you can’t change this path in NetFront. And you can also upload files (and choose every file, everywhere on your card)” Read this nice review here: