Treo 600 review infoSync World has a positively glowing article about Handspring's final pre-palmOne handheld, the Treo 600: "Anthony Newman has spent some time with Handspring's final handheld, and finds that it's the closest thing yet to a perfect convergence device. It's incredibly difficult to avoid using superlative terms of affection when discussing the Treo 600: words like 'love' and 'perfect' have a way of creeping in, which is a tribute to just how good a job the team at Handspring did on this, their final pre-palmOne handheld." More.
Wi-Fi arrest highlights security dangers In yet another example of Wi-Fi security concern, CNET reports on an unusual arrest in Canada, where a man stands accused of downloading child pornography over a hijacked Wi-Fi connection. "Toronto police said they stopped a car last week for a traffic infraction when they found the driver naked from the waist down with a laptop computer on the front seat, playing a pornographic video that had apparently been streamed over a residential wireless hot spot." More.
The "Bizarro" Dell DJ iPod knock-off Fortune compares the new Dell DJ to Superman's (the iPod's) nemesis Bizarro: "Which leads us into a discussion of Dell's new Bizarro version of Apple's iPod, called the Dell Digital Jukebox Music Player, or Dell DJ for short. Coming from the square world of Dell instead of the hip world of Apple, it's bigger, heavier, and clunkier than Apple's sleek, suave, elegant iPod, which arrived on the scene two years ago and quickly became the most popular portable digital music player on our home planet, Earth. Even worse, the Musicmatch-backed Dell Music Store is the clumsy, Bizarro counterpart to Apple's brilliant iTunes." More. Music Store.