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Tax DIY – How to Digitize and Simplify Your Taxes and Receipts!

I have to admit to being busy last whole week due to the fact that I have been doing my taxes.

This year, I did things a little different.  Since the IRS now lets you have digital copies of all your receipts, I decided it’s finally time to throw away all my files and receipts.

So, I “scanned” every one of my receipts and related-tax documents into JPEG image files, PDFs, and Word documents.

Why?

Well, think of it this way, how would you like to show IRS all your receipts and tax history on your Blackberry or

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Diamond-studded BlackBerry Bold The Tellor for Bling Bling!

I am not a big fan of diamond-studded cellphones, I honestly think it’s waste of valuable resources but this diamond-studded Blackberry Bold makes me think twice.  What’s up with the AZERTY keyboard?  Is that for another country???  (Excuse my ignorance, I live in the USA)

This is definitely a bling-bling I can replace with my Blackberry 8830.

For those BlackBerry owners who are contemplating sticking with this minimalist business phone might consider this blinged “Tellor” version, which is paved with a total of 205 diamon

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TomTom GO 930T GPS Review

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTKYiBTWJfQ

I don’t need a GPS since my Blackberry 8830 has GPS and GoogleMaps but for those of you who need a GPS, TomTom GO 930T GPS is a pretty good candidate.

It’s one of the latest models and if you are going to get a GPS, you want to get the latest one with all the cool features such as IQ Routes, which will tell you the fastest route based on actual average road speeds, a plus ov

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BlackBerry Gemini 9300 Preview Review!

Wow, check out the new Blackberry Gemini 9300!  It doesn’t look whole lot different from my 8830 but the inside may be much faster, let’s look at the pre-specs here:

    The screen will be larger than the BlackBerry 8900, and that will also include a higher resolution The CPU will also be beefed up. We’re not sure if this means it will include something more powerful than the Bold’s 624MHz processor or not, but we’d like to think so. The device is said to be silver (think BlackBerry 8830) The keyboard is a little more rounded than

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Blackberry Storm Leaked Pics!

Oh boy, here’s some leaked photos of the Blackberry Storm.  I do like it because itR

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Mobile GoogleMaps version 2.3.1 and StreetView Hands-On!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VgupQ4TflQ

Here’s a video of the new Mobile GoogleMaps version 2.3.1 with StreetView on my Blackberry 8830.  Above is me spying on Google’s San Francisco headquarter on 345 Spear Street.

Anyways, the new mobile GoogleMaps is pretty darn slow but I ain’t complaining since I am sure they will make it faster in the upcoming versions.

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iPhone Modem App is here and I am not impressed!

iPhone modem application is here, which can turn your jailbroken iPhone into a broadband modem for your laptop or PC.

Why am I not impressed?

Well, this should be a standard feature on the iPhone.  Why should consumers have to go through the trouble of jailbreaking their phone?

Plus, AT&T’s broadband modem has proven to really suck in comparison to Sprint and Verizon.

Personally, I have a Blackberry 8830, which easily becomes a broadband modem using a USB connector.

In comparison to another PCMCIA broadband mo

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Web 2.0 Expo 2008 – TellMe Voice-Activated Yellow Pages just launched for Blackberry!

Hi All,

It’s Web 2.0 Expo 2008 this week so I headed over to Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco.  Luckily, I was able to grab a free Press pass from Natalia Wodeck from TechWeb.com. (Thank you Natalia, very appreciated!)

First company we will be covering at Web 2.0 Expo 2008 is TellMe.com, a subsidiary of Microsoft that develops voice-activated mobile apps for cellphones.

TellMe has just launched

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