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    We could use great little apps like BluePhoneMenu
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    Moan and complain that it takes too much power.
    << My command as we escape Palm HQ with a new Pre 3>>.

    Treo 300 >> Treo 600 >> Treo 650 >> Treo 755 >> Instinct >> Pre- >> TouchPad
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    Get one of the new wireless bluetooth home phone setups and answer our regular (or Vonage VoIP line in my case) with our Treo. Now that is a cool idea!
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    Not to mention if you have Airport Express you could use your Treo as a remote to control iTunes. Now that would be Teching cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hero & Sound
    Not to mention if you have Airport Express you could use your Treo as a remote to control iTunes. Now that would be Teching cool!
    I for one plan to get Treo Ace which should have BT, so exactly how would you setup controlling iTunes with the Ace
    go.digital
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    Quote Originally Posted by dulan
    I for one plan to get Treo Ace which should have BT, so exactly how would you setup controlling iTunes with the Ace
    This will do the trick:
    The Salling Clicker

    You don't even need Airport Express.

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