Mobile Computing: Hot iPod Add-Ons

Page 2 of 2

Mobile Computing News, Reviews, & Tips

Gadget News: Blinking iPod Shuffle Lights

Flashing green and orange lights on an iPod Shuffle could mean the music player is suffering from a generic error and may never recover. The problem is widespread enough to warrant more than 550 posts to the topic of "green and orange flashing lights" at Apple's online iPod Shuffle support forum. Read "If Lights Blink on Your iPod Shuffle, It Could Be Bad News" to find out more about the problem, and what some users are doing about it.

PDA/Phone Review: First Look at T-Mobile's Sidekick 3

The newest version of the Sidekick features an MP3 player, a trackball, a faster processor, support for a faster data network, and a great keyboard, says PC World reviewer Yardena Arar. The device costs $300 with a two-year T-Mobile contract; unlimited data services cost just $20 per month with a voice plan.

Tablet PC Review: HP's Tablet Is Robust But Pricey

The HP Compaq tc4400 is a well-designed notebook with seamless convertible Tablet PC functionality, but it's a bit pricey (our test unit was $2379). The portable has a 12.1-inch screen and weighs about 4.6 pounds.

Suggestion Box

Is there a particularly cool mobile computing product or service I've missed? Got a spare story idea in your back pocket? Tell me about it. However, I regret that I'm unable to respond to tech-support questions, due to the volume of e-mail I receive.

Sign up to have the Mobile Computing Newsletter e-mailed to you each week.

This story, "Mobile Computing: Hot iPod Add-Ons" was originally published by PCWorld.

To comment on this article and other TechHive content, visit our Facebook page or our Twitter feed.
| 1 2 Page 2
Shop Tech Products at Amazon