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It’s time for a new Smartphone.  Not that there is anything wrong with my Motorola Q – it has served me well for about 2 years — a lifetime in technology.  I am looking forward to an upgrade.  A good place to start my search is with our mobile analytics program to find out what people are using to access www.TalkStreamLive.mobi.

 

moto-q.jpg 1. The Motorola Q — This is the phone I currently own — it represents the top Smartphone in traffic to www.TalkStreamLive.mobi. It offers the The Windows Mobile 10 media player and also has integrated Bluetooth. You will need to download TCPMP, a free media player, in order to listen to the broadband music streams. You will also need an unlimited data plan to listen to mobile Internet radio. See full specs >>

 

 

 

 

 
2. The Motorola Q9
With everything my old Moto Q has plus many performance upgrades the Motorola Q9 sports
Windows mobile 6, a faster processor and more memory. I am very happy with the Motorola Q so this phone is at the top of my short list. Download TCPMP to play the broadband music streams.  It is also the #2 phone in terms of traffic to www.TalkStreamLive.mobi

 

 

  

 

3. Tilt PDA Phone HTC Tilt
This phone looks promising. It does look like it would be easy to read the news while you are eating lunch…

 

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4. HTC Touch
I like the touch flow demonstration but think I would miss a hard qwerty keyboard.  I like texting — it gets right to the point and saves time. I wonder if the touch flow is useful.

 

 

 

 

 
5. HTC Kaiser / AT&T Tilt / HTC 8900
Nice. This phone ranks number 5 in traffic to www.TalkStreamLive.mobi

 

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6. Samsung BlackJack SGH-i607 
This seems to me like a Moto Q knockoff.  The Samsung BlackJack SGH-i607 is sleek Smartphone that includes Microsoft Windows Mobile 10 media player and Bluetooth. But no integrated Wi-Fi so you will need an unlimited data plan from your wireless provider in order to listen to Internet radio.  See full specs >>

 

 

 

 

 
7. HTC 8500
Very cool but I need a keyboard.

 

 

 

 

 


8. Treo 750v

The Palm Treo 750 comes with integrated Bluetooth, The Windows-based smart phone does not have integrated Wi-Fi. Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.2 Phone Edition.

 

 

 

 

 
9. HTC Touch Cruise / HTC P3650
This looks very cool.
 

  

 

 
10. TheHTC S730, besides sporting an improved 400MHz Qualcomm processor. This looks very promising.

 

 

 

 
11. Nokia N70

 

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The RIM BlackBerry 8830 has a built-in music and video player, and offers solid performance but the phone does not support stereo Bluetooth headsets. See full specs >>

  

13. Nokia N95

 

 

14. RIM BlackBerry Curve 8320

 

 

 

15. Sony Ericsson K750i

These are currently the top 15 Smartphones providing traffic to www.TalkStreamLive.mobi. There are 100s of more Smartphones and devices. If you can recommend another Smartphone for me to listen to radio on the Internet – post it here.

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We looked at our stats page and found 222 different mobile devices that have used TalkStreamLive.mobi for links to Internet radio shows over the last 30 days. Of this group, here are jpegs and descriptions of the top 10 Smartphones that are responsible for most of our traffic.  If you would like to listen to Internet radio in your car of from anywhere, here are some very good Smartphones that you might consider.

moto-q.jpg 1. The Motorola Q is one of the top selling Smartphones offering good quality, and an excellent multimedia experience. For listening to Internet radio it offers the The Windows Mobile 10 media player and also has integrated Bluetooth. The Motorola Q lacks integrated Wi-Fi so you will need an unlimited data plan to listen to mobile Internet radio. See full specs >>

sgh-i607.jpg 2. The Samsung BlackJack SGH-i607 is sleek Smartphone that includes Microsoft Windows Mobile 10 media player and Bluetooth. But no integrated Wi-Fi so you will need an unlimited data plan from your wireless provider in order to listen to Internet radio.  See full specs >>

htc-ppc6800.jpg3. The HTC Mogul PPC6800 is more that a Smartphone its a mini computer with just about everything you would want from a notebook including the audio features that make this phone an excellent device to listen to Internet radio. Windows Mobile Media Player 10, Bluetooth and  Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g for Internet access in a variety of locations – to listen to Internet radio in your car you will need an unlimited data plan from your wireless provider. See full specs >> 
 

htc-dash.jpg 4. The HTC T-Mobile Dash has integrated Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi; multimedia functions With a sleek design, good performance, and a robust set of wireless options Microsoft Windows Mobile media player.
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treo-700p.jpg 5. The Palm Treo 700p boasts Bluetooth 1.2. The smart phone lacks integrated Wi-Fi. With enhanced multimedia capabilities, the Palm Treo 700p makes a powerful smartphone.  See full specs >>

pilgrim.jpg 6. Pilgrim. Not to much is known about this mystery phone other than that it ranks number 6 in traffic for TalkStreamLive.mobi.

rim-blackberry-8830.jpg 7. The RIM BlackBerry 8830 has a built-in music and video player, and offers solid performance but the phone does not support stereo Bluetooth headsets. See full specs >>

 

att-8525.jpg 8. The AT&T 8525 (a.k.a. HTC Hermes)  has integrated Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, and Windows Mobile the 3G-enabled AT&T 8525 provides the speed, the power to easily handle streaming Internet radio. Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0; Installed RAM: 64 MB  See full specs >>

apache.jpg 9. The Sprint PPC-6700 (a.k.a. HTC Apache) features three forms of wireless (EV-DO, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth), and Windows Mobile 5. See full specs >>

treo-750.jpg 10. The Palm Treo 750 comes with integrated Bluetooth, The Windows-based smart phone does not have integrated Wi-Fi. Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.2 Phone Edition See full specs >>

Source: TalkStreamLive.mobi

 

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The folks at Sync are making it easy… mobile… and cool…

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Listen to streaming radio with TalkStreamLive.mobi from anywhere on the planet.

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For the TalkStreamLive.mobi service I would like to know the model of your phone and where you are from.  I’m looking for feedback: do you like the service?  When do you listen?  What is your favorite music Station (please include a link).

At the bottom of the music page I just added a link to TCPMP for PDAs and Smartphones.  TCPMP is a free player that will play every stream format on TalkStreamLive.mobi.  I downloaded the Windows Mobile Cab file for Smartphones for my Motorola Q (it works very well and was simple to set up).

Top 10 Smartphones:
Motorola Q
Palm Treo 700w
HTC Excalibur
HTC Trinity
Hewlett-Packard iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger
HTC Hermes
Samsung SGH-i607
HTC Wizard 8125
HTC StarTrek
SonyEricsson K750i

Top 10 Countries
United States
Canada
United Kingdom
France
Ireland
Japan
Norway
Czech Republic
India
Denmark

Source: TalkStreamLive.mobi

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Mobile Internet Radio

I can listen to an unlimited number of “live” Internet radio stations in my car from anywhere in the world. Free!

This is what you need to get Mobile Internet Radio into your car:

1.  A Windows Mobile Smartphone. (I have the Motorola Q with data plan)
2.  A car radio with Bluetooth Audio (Pioneer DEH-P9800BT pictured above)
3.  TalkStreamLive.mobi

Now any audio that is streaming on my Smartphone will source to my car’s speaker system.  The sound quality is good to excellent and dependent on the quality of the digital streams originating from the stations. Most Talk Shows stream around 32kbs and Music from 64 to 128kbs.

TalkStreamLive.mobi  makes selecting a program easy; by displaying only the programs that are “live” and ranking them by popularity.  Bookmark TalkStreamLive.mobi on your Smartphone for links to Talk Radio Shows, News, Sports, and Music.

You now have portable Internet radio. 

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Smartphone  We have a new feature that enables you to take TalkStreamLive with you where ever you go.

Most mornings I make a cup of coffee and click on a few talk shows while I check my email. My listening patterns are routine. I start with Bill Bennett and Quinn and Rose to find out what’s going on.   After reassurance that most things are in order, I click on Mancow.  By this time it’s time to go to work.

Now, even though I reside in the largest media market in the world, these shows are unavailable to me locally.  I find myself wanting to continue listening and lingering around my notebook when I should be on my way…

An idea is born:

We developed a mobi page called TalkStreamLive.mobi that is optimized to fit on your cell phone or PDA.  Now I can continue listening to my choice of talk radio programming on my way to work –or whenever I’m on the go… and so can you, with a few upgrades.

 Your cell phone or handheld device will need to have Windows mobile software. I bought the Motorola Q Smartphone. In addition to your voice plan, you will need a data plan (about $40). Check with your cell phone provider for capabilities options and costs. Streaming radio does not require too much bandwith, but it does run the phone’s battery. I plug in during my commute and have not had any issues during the rest of the day.

Having easy access to Talk Radio on my cell phone is a joy.  Give it a try. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

TalkStreamLive.mobi

TalkStreamLive.com

ContactTSL@gmail.com

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