The long heralded death of fax machines has yet to materialize as doctors, pharmacists, state, local and federal government, to name just a few groups, continue to rely on systems that originated in the 19th century. Nicholas Moline, a member of Justia’s Engineering team identifies multiple ways that faxes continue to be used in law firms.
Techie expert extraordinaire Nicholas Moline compares the upcoming T-Mobile G2 (HTC Magic) with the iPhone 3G, which has the new iPhone 3.0 Software. Nick ran detailed and thorough tests of each Smartphone’s usability and functionality, and he highlights the respective range of features, including bar code readers, removable memory, cameras, GPS, touchscreens, email, web access, and lots more. He also shares his thoughts about which gadget delivers the best applications for users.
Nicholas Moline follows up on his previous MacWorld 2008 article with more product recommendations, including: a 2 gigabyte Secure Digital memory card that makes short work of uploading your digital photos, a new iPhone compatible stereo headset, and a forthcoming professional recording device that syncs with your iPod.
Nicholas Moline reviews the announcements made this month at MacWorld 2008 in San Francisco.