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SmartPhone Articles for December of 2006Below are the 55 SmartPhone articles for December of 2006
Garmin has discontinued its last two Windows Mobile-based devices, leaving it with just a single GPS-enabled handheld, the Palm OS-based iQue 3000.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most popular handhelds and smartphones. Fall is the time for new devices, and this month's list is dominated by handhelds and smartphones[...]
PDAmill Introduces Arvale: Short Tales Astraware Gift Certificates Available YourCall for Palm Treo Updated
A fresh burst of activity in the iPhone rumor mill was set off last week by the U.S. Patent Office giving Apple a patent on a casing for a wireless[...]
In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright shares his thoughts on what could mean for our society when everyone is constantly connected to the Internet.
According to an unconfirmed report, Cingular Wireless will soon begin offering a music-oriented smartphone from Nokia.
Spb Software House has just released Spb Mobile DVD 1.0, a Windows application that allows users to convert DVDs and video files into a resolution and format appropriate for playback[...]
Palm, Inc. is close to releasing a new version of its PC synchronization software that will be compatible with Microsoft's new operating system for desktops and laptops.
Palm's official web store in the U.S. is no longer offering the Treo 650 smartphone.
If an unconfirmed report is correct, HTC plans to release a Windows Mobile Smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard that can be hidden behind its screen.
Ascender Personality Kit introduced for Windows Mobile 5.0 Search for Videos with Orb's MyCasting Service 366 Hymn Stories Available as an Ebook Devotional from Olive Tree[...]
Verizon intends to introduce a black version of the Motorola Q in just a few days, according to an unconfirmed report.
Just a week or so after being launched in the U.S., Palm Inc.'s latest smartphone, the Treo 680, is now available from Rogers Wireless in Canada.
Next year, Microsoft will introduce update for Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PCs that will bring Office 2007 support to these devices.
OQO has received approval from the Federal Communications Commission to release an updated version of its tiny Windows PC.
Samsung has officially announced the i600, its latest Windows Mobile Smartphone, which will offer support for 3G cellular-wireless networking.
Palm, Inc. has just announced an agreement with Access that will allow it to keep using Palm OS Garnet in its handhelds and smartphones for many years. This agreement also[...]
In his latest editorial, Ed Hardy asks, "Now that Palm, Inc. is essentially back to the same point it was in 2003, what's going to happen next?"
The Nokia N95, which was originally scheduled to ship during the first quarter of next year, will not make that deadline.
Many of the most popular smartphones bear the Windows Mobile logo, but anyone considering buying one of these should be aware that there are two very different versions of Windows[...]
In a recent interview, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer dismissed many rival operating systems for smartphones as "niche players".
Recently, some very sketchy details have emerged on what might be a future cellular-wireless handheld from Nokia.
Antoine Wright has been playing Astraware's latest puzzle game as much as the battery on his smartphone will let him.
Research in Motion has filed a lawsuit in a United States federal court, claiming that one of Samsung's products violates a trademark held by RIM.
When Access Systems officially unveiled an early version of its upcoming operating system in February, the company said its goal was to get the full version of this software to[...]
Palm, Inc. today launched a $25 million worldwide marketing campaign to generate mainstream awareness of its Treo line of smartphones.
Recently, two companies have announced that they have made significant improvements in technologies that can be used in future mobile devices.
DataViz is promising that its suite of applications that lets Palm OS users access Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files will support Office 2007, if not as quickly as some[...]
Verizon Wireless was the first carrier worldwide to offer the Motorola Q. Today, it joined the select group of carriers offering this Windows Mobile Smartphone in a black casing, which[...]
Extended Battery Available for Treo 680 Astraware Planning Games for Symbian Smartphones Palm Names Senior Vice President, Marketing
The newly released beta version of Skype 2.2 for Windows Mobile is the first that offers support for WM Smartphones. It also extends the number of supported Pocket PCs.
As many people get ready to travel during this holiday season, Brighthand forum moderator Magellan has a review comparing three Palm OS applications that provide GPS navigation.
SplashData has just introduced a Windows Mobile version of its popular list manager application.
Brighthand's chief reviewer has some especially caustic things to say about one of i-mate's Pocket PC smartphones.
New Tiny GPS Receiver Introduced by Emtac Treo 700wx Launched in Venezuela New SnapperMail Version Available
Antoine Wright points out in his latest editorial that RSS might just be the solution most mobile device users have been looking for to let them access even the most[...]
The new version of the popular Palm OS application Pocket Tunes sports a brand new interface, a shareable Internet radio catalog, album art support, and support of AAC/aacPlus formatted files[...]
One of Palm's vice presidents has promised a software patch to fix some user's problems with the Treo 700p.
A mid-tier U.S. carrier, Alltel Wireless, in now offering the Palm Treo 700wx, a Pocket PC phone.
Electric Pocket Launches Ringo Ringtone Manager for Windows Mobile Smartphones Securely Lock S60 Smartphones with Phone Guardian Brando Offers Replacement PDA Housings
When it was first introduced, the Treo 680 was touted by Palm as a global device, and some recent announcements have proved that fact.
Zi Corporation's eZiText and Decuma technologies will be built into Access Systems' upcoming operating system.
The long-awaited iPhone is now available; it just doesn't even vaguely resemble what people were expecting.
As the company had warned a few weeks ago, Palm Inc.'s profits and revenues for its most recent financial quarter were not as high as originally predicted.
Adama D. Brown brings us a review of Just Mobile's Wi-Fi card. The claim to fame of this SDIO card isn't just its low profile, but the fact that it[...]
New pictures are available of what is supposedly an upcoming cellular-wireless handheld from HTC with a unique design.
RIM has just reported the results of its most recent financial quarter, during which its revenues and number of subscribers were up strongly.
PhatPad 4.0 Now Available SlingPlayer Mobile Now Supports the Latest Windows Mobile Smartphones Treo 680 Launched in Singapore
Christmas is almost here, and if there's a mobile device user on your gift list, the Brighthand Store is now offering gift certificates. These allow people to easily give their[...]
In his latest review, Adama D. Brown looks at BoxWave's Styra line of stylus replacements. These offer users additional features, including a ballpoint pen, in a stylus that still fits[...]
Over the last week or so, details have been emerging on HTC's next big device. According to the latest unconfirmed information, the Athena will be "big" in several senses[...]
In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright gives his thoughts on how to make devices that will appeal to a wide variety of people.
The web has been buzzing recently with reports of the HTC Athena, a UMPC-like device that will run Windows Mobile. More recently, Tatung has been demonstrating a similar model.
Dell has posted on its support web site a system software update for Axim X50 series models that have been updated to Windows Mobile 5.0.
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