February 2010 SmartPhone Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for February 2010. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

SmartPhone Articles for February of 2010

Below are the 116 SmartPhone articles for February of 2010

Microsoft Execs Promise that Next Version of Windows Mobile Will Be Unveiled Soon

If there is any doubt that Microsoft plans to take the wraps off the an update to its smartphone operating system this month, statements from two high-level executives should lay[...]

iPhone and iPad Will Probably Never Get Adobe Flash

iPhone users have been asking for support for Adobe Flash for years, and the newly-announced Apple iPad has been criticized for not offering this frequently-used Web technology. New comments from[...]

Nokia N97 Receives a Small Firmware Update

Nokia's flagship Symbian smartphone, the Nokia N97, has received system software update to v21, which includes improvements to the browser and music player, as well as other usability tweaks.

Details on Verizon’s Motorola Devour Continue to Leak Out

Verizon has apparently begun to ship promotional materials for what will be its third Android OS smartphone to retail stores, showing that the release is imminent. The Motorola Devour is[...]

Retailer Mobile Sites Slow and Unstable, Study Finds

Large retailers' mobile sites are plagued by slow load times and high error rates, a study by Keynote Systems found.

Citrix Enabling Mobile Desktop Virtualization with Nirvana Phone

Citrix Systems and Open Kernel Labs this week released the "nirvana phone" reference, which they claim will turn hypervisor-based smartphones into thin-client connection devices, essentially letting users convert their smartphone[...]

Microsoft Updates Windows Mobile with Multi-Touch Support

Microsoft has officially announced a new version of Windows Mobile that adds support for capacitive touchscreens and multi-touch, as well as a number of other tweaks. It is not[...]

Sony Ericsson Aspen Will Sport the New Windows Mobile 6.5.3

Sony Ericsson has just announced its latest Windows phone, which will have a focus on messaging, and sport a QVGA touchscreen, small keyboard, and 3G. Its main claim to fame[...]

BlackBerry Pearl 9100 Appears Headed for T-Mobile

RIM is reportedly getting ready to launch a new model in its popular Pearl series of consumer-oriented smartphones. The BlackBerry Pearl 9100, which will have much in common with its[...]

iPhone OS 3.1.3 Released, Offers a Few Tweaks

Apple iPhone and iPod touch owners can now update their devices to iPhone OS 1.3.1, though they shouldn't expect significant changes. According to the official changelog, this new version makes[...]

Google Nexus One Gets Updated with Pinch-To-Zoom

Google has added what's probably the single most requested features to its Nexus One: the ability to enlarge or shrink web pages and images by "pinching" them with two fingers.[...]

System Software for the Nokia N97 Mini Updated

Just a few days after updating the firmware on the Nokia N97, its sister model the N97 Mini has also been updated. These two smartphones have much in common, and[...]

Google’s Chrome OS Will Be for Tablets, Too

When Google announced its Chrome OS last year, it intended this operating system to be for netbooks. Last week's unveiling of the Apple iPad has made tablet computers hot, though,[...]

Verizon Makes the Android OS-Based Motorola Devour Official

After weeks of rumors, Verizon has officially announced that it will begin offering the Motorola Devour next month. Like the popular Motorola Droid, this model will have Google's Android OS[...]

Apple iPad Has Collected Both Fans and Detractors

It has been just a week since Steve Jobs unveiled the Apple iPad, and it's already proved to be one of the most controversial devices of the year. There are[...]

Most Popular Smartphones of January 2010

At the beginning of each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones and other mobile devices that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks.

BOLT Web Browser Getting Support for Widgets

Bitstream has announced that its BOLT mobile web browser will support widgets in the forthcoming 1.7 version, to be released publicly at Mobile World Congress in a few weeks.

Motorola Zeppelin Could Be an Inexpensive Android OS Smartphone

The next Android-based smartphone to come out of Motorola will apparently be called the Zeppelin. It hasn't yet been announced, but unconfirmed information indicates that it will have a tablet[...]

SlingPlayer for iPhone Now Runs Over AT&T’s 3G Network

Al launch, the iPhone version of the SlingPlayer streaming TV app would work only over Wi-Fi, but AT&T announced today that this service can now run over 3G connections, too.

Verizon Might Not Be Getting the iPhone Until 2011

Apple is widely expected to end its exclusive agreement with AT&T this year and allow Verizon and possibly other U.S. carriers to offer the iPhone. An industry analyst disputes this,[...]

Many iPhone Developers Enthusiastic about the Apple iPad

The Apple iPad is still over a month away from release, but many companies are already looking into creating software for this tablet computer. Although it will run the iPhone[...]

Symbian Is Now an Open Source Operating System

The largest transition of proprietary code to open source in history has just been completed: all the source code for the Symbian OS -- an operating system that has been[...]

Readers’ Dilemma: The Kindle or the iPad

Anyone in the market for an e-book reader has a tough choice to make: do they get an Amazon Kindle, an Apple iPad, or one of the other eReaders on[...]

LogMeIn Ignition for iPhone Review

Smartphones aren't as powerful as desktops, but with a remote-access app like LogMeIn Ignition you can use your iPhone to do almost everything your office or home PC can do.[...]

Barnes & Noble nook Gets a Second Software Update

Barnes & Noble has begun sending out v1.2 of the system software for its nook e-book reader. Like an earlier update, this both improves the performance of this device and[...]

Google Maps 3.4 Released for Android OS Devices

Google has released a new version of Google Maps for smartphones running the Android OS. New features include night mode for navigation and synchronization of starred places. Motorola Droid users[...]

Slacker Radio Comes to Palm’s webOS

Slacker, Inc. has introduced a version of the Slacker Radio Mobile app for Palm's latest devices. This allows users to listen to a wide variety of streaming music on their[...]

T-Mobile Could Launch the the HTC HD2, Motorola Zeppelin Next Month

A roadmap of upcoming products has leaked out of T-Mobile USA, showing its plans to introduce several new models in March. The HTC HD2 will be a very high end[...]

More Details on the Motorola Split Emerge

The Motorola Split may be one of the more innovative models of this year. This Android-based smartphone will boast a split keyboard that slides out from either side of the[...]

Windows Mobile 7 Looking More and More Like the ZunePhone

It has been rumored for years that Microsoft is going to make its Zune media player into an iPhone competitor, and that will apparently come into being with the[...]

SDXC Will Replace SDHC, Offer Up to 2 Terabytes of Data Storage

In the very near future, users will be able to store more than 100 HD movies on a single SD card, movies they can then watch on their smartphone. That[...]

HTC Incredible Really Quite Credible

Some new images and details on the HTC Incredible have come to light. This smartphone is reportedly coming to Verizon later this year running Android OS 2.1 on a 1[...]

nook eReader Will Be in Barnes & Noble Stores this Week

The Barnes & Noble nook launched a few months ago, but it was sold only on this company's website. Starting in the middle of this week, those who want this[...]

Motorola Droid Getting Android OS 2.1 Upgrade this Week

Ever since Android 2.1 debuted last month, users of the Motorola Droid and other Android-based smartphones have been impatiently waiting for upgrades. Droid owners should be pleased to hear that[...]

Next iPhone May Have a Slightly Larger Screen

A mobile phone repair company claims to have gotten a hold of the display that will be used in the next-generation Apple iPhone.Leaked pictures show that this will be bigger[...]

Nexus One Users Can Get Tech Support Over the Phone, But Not from Google

Despite what some published reports say, Google has not begun offering technical support for its Nexus One over the phone. However, owners of this high-end Android OS-based smartphone can call[...]

What to Expect at Mobile World Congress 2010

Come February 15, the tech world turns its collective attention to Barcelona in hopes of catching a glimpse at the future of mobile technology, which will be on full display[...]

New Google Buzz Social Networking Service Is Also for Smartphones

Google has launched Google Buzz, a new service that brings a social networking element to Gmail. A mobile version has also been introduced that lets users post comments about where[...]

T-Mobile myTouch 3G Gets a Hardware Upgrade

T-Mobile has released a new version of the myTouch 3G. It now offers more memory, twice as much storage, and a more standard headphone jack, but the price for this[...]

Motorola Droid’s Android OS 2.1 Upgrade Will Bring Several Significant Enhancements

Motorola accidentally leaked a list of changes in the Android OS upgrade coming to the Motorola Droid this week. This will include most of the features users have been hoping[...]

HTC Scorpion Could Run Android OS 2.2 on a 1.5 GHz Processor

Some preliminary information has leaked out on the HTC Scorpion -- a device that could be HTC's next very high-end smartphone. Few details are known, but a mention of a[...]

Palm’s webOS 1.4 Could Debut Next Week Bringing Adobe Flash Support

webOS 1.4 will reportedly be released next Monday, bringing some new features to Palm's latest smartphones. Among its enhancements will be support for the Adobe Flash player that will be[...]

RIM Still Dominates U.S. Smartphone Market, but Google and Apple Gaining

BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion had the most popular smartphone platform in the U.S. in December 2009. However, RIM's share declined 1% from September, giving ground to Apple and Google, which[...]

Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 First Look Review

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 is a high-end Windows phone with a WVGA display, sliding keyboard, 8 megapixel camera, and much more. Adama Brown brings us his first thoughts[...]

Garmin Outs First Android nuvifone

Garmin-Asus today unveiled their nuvifone A50, the company's first Google Android OS device. This will come loaded with location-based features, including geotags for digital photos, texts, and emails in addition[...]

Study Predicts Smartbook Surge, 1.3 Billion Mobile Internet Subscribers by 2014

Smartbooks and Mobile Internet Devices will experience a compound annual growth rate of 176%, shipping 63 million units in 2014, according to a new report from Research and Markets. These[...]

Motorola Devour Could Launch on March 15… and Maybe Before

When Verizon announced plans to release the Motorola Devour, it was a bit vague on exactly when this is going to happen, but according to a document that has leaked[...]

Palm Pre Could Be Coming to AT&T in Mid-May

The FCC has approved a device that evidence suggests could be AT&T's version of the Palm Pre. This wireless carrier has committed to offering two webOS models this year, and[...]

Opera Mini Heading for the iPhone, IF Apple Approves It

Opera Software is going to demo a version of the Opera Mini web browser for Apple's iPhone OS next week. But there are questions about whether this app will ever[...]

Samsung Moment May Get an Android OS 2.1 Upgrade by Month’s End

There is good news for those with a Samsung Moment who are getting impatient for an upgrade to the latest version of Google's Android OS: this will reportedly be available[...]

Samsung Wave Will Be the First Smartphone with the bada OS

Samsung has given the world a glimpse of the first smartphone running its bada operating system. A billboard near the site for next week's Mobile World Congress tradeshow clearly shows[...]

Android-Based HTC Legend Will Debut Next Month

An accidental slip-up by a European wireless carrier has reveled that the HTC Legend is going to hit the market soon. This smartphone will run Google's Android OS, and offer[...]

HP’s AirLife 100 Looks Like a Notebook, Acts Like a Smartphone

The newly-announced Compaq AirLife 100 will be HP's first smartbook -- a device that is going to have a clamshell shape with a keyboard and 10.1 inch display like a[...]

Macworld 2010: Without Apple, the Thrill Is Gone

Brighthand's Site Editor attended the Macworld tradeshow that just wrapped up in San Francisco. This was the first of these put on without Apple's participation, and the show lacked the[...]

Samsung Wave Will Sport a Super AM-OLED Display and the New bada OS

The wraps have just been taken off the Samsung Wave, which will be the first phone with a new type of AM-OLED display created by this company. In addition, the[...]

Windows Phone 7 Officially Unveiled, Merges Zune and Phone

The next generation of Microsoft's operating system for smartphones has just been demonstrated at the MWC tradeshow. Windows Phone 7 will be a departure from previous versions, with a dramatically[...]

Toshiba TG02 and K01 Will Offer Large High-Res Screens, a Choice of Designs

Toshiba has just announced two Windows phones which have much in common -- 4.1 inch WVGA touchscreens, 1 GHz processor -- but use different designs. The Toshiba TG02 will have[...]

T-Mobile Will Launch the Android-based Motorola Cliq XT in March

Motorola has just announced that T-Mobile USA is going to release the Motorola Cliq XT next month. This device -- previously known as the Zeppelin -- will be an affordable[...]

MWC Day 1: Big Operating System Announcements from Microsoft, Nokia, and Samsung

The annual Mobile World Congress tradeshow kicked off in Barcelona today, and the first day had a focus on operating systems, whether its the latest version of Windows Mobile or[...]

SlingPlayer Mobile with 3G Support Now In the iPhone App Store

Sling Media has released a promised new version of its streaming media app for the Apple iPhone that can run over AT&T's 3G service. Previously, this service was restricted to[...]

Skype for Symbian Out of Beta

Skype has released the 1.0 version of its Skype for Symbian VoIP application. After several months of feedback and testing, this 1.0 release brings compatibility with many Symbian^1 devices, several[...]

HTC Shrinks the HTC HD2, Makes the HD mini

The HTC HD2 is one of the most eagerly sought-after Windows phones available. Today, its maker has announced plans to release a smartphone that will have almost all the same[...]

HTC Prepping Two Android-Powered Smartphones: Legend and Desire

HTC is continuing to add to its stable of devices running Google's Android OS. The newly-announced HTC Legend will be the replacement for the HTC Hero, while the HTC Desire[...]

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini and X10 mini pro: New Variations on an Android Phone

Sony Ericsson is broadening its Android offerings. The Xperia X10 is its first smartphone running Google's OS, and now two more have been announced: the X10 mini and the X10[...]

MWC Day 2: Apps and Developers in the Spotlight, Plus New Smartphones from HTC

After Microsoft virtually declared war on the mobile platform market yesterday, an alliance formed by 24 large global operators to collaborate on software was in the limelight during the second[...]

Bluestreak Bringing Flash Platform to Android OS, Java Devices

Bluestreak Technology today announced its MachBlue platform will soon support Java and Android devices, meaning more device manufacturers will have the option to create phones with Adobe Flash support.

Verizon Teams Up with Skype, Will Bring VoIP Service to Android, BlackBerry Smartphones

An agreement announced today today will bring Skype's VoIP service to Verizon Wireless smartphones starting in March. This will allow users to make phone calls with their unlimited data plans,[...]

Motorola Devour Is Going To Debut Next Week

The Motorola Devour, Verizon's next smartphone, will be released in just a few days. For a few weeks after launch, this Android OS-powered device with a sliding keyboard is going[...]

NetFront Web Browser Coming to Google’s Android OS

ACCESS Co., Ltd. has announced plans to release a version of its NetFront web browser for Google's Android OS, giving users an additional option for accessing web sites.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini and X10 mini pro Preview

Sony Ericsson announced its first Android OS-based smartphone last year, the Xperia X10. This week, it unveiled two new, smaller versions: the X10 mini and X10 mini pro. Dragan Petric[...]

MWC Day 3: Attention Turns to New Android OS and bada OS Smartphones

Much of the attendees' attention at the Mobile World Congress 2010 tradeshow today was on smartphones that were unveiled this week. This includes the Sony Ericsson's Xperia X10 mini and[...]

HTC Hero Getting Android OS 2.1 Upgrade Next Month

HTC has confirmed earlier rumors by promising to release an upgrade to Android OS 2.1 for the HTC Hero. This smartphone is currently running version 1.5 of Google's operating system,[...]

Google Adopts a New Strategy: Mobile First

During his first ever keynote address at the Mobile World Congress 2010 tradeshow, Google CEO Eric Schmidt announced that more of his company's focus is now on smartphones than on[...]

AT&T Will Launch the Android-Powered Motorola Backflip in Early March

After some broad hints last month, AT&T has officially announced that it will be offering the Motorola Backflip in a few weeks. This smartphone -- which has an unusual reverse-flip[...]

Kindle for BlackBerry Brings Amazon’s E-Book Store to Millions More Smartphone Users

Amazon.com has just introduced a beta version of Kindle for BlackBerry, a free application that lets customers shop for and read e-books from this online retailer's collection. It gives smartphones[...]

Motorola Cliq Getting a System Software Update this Week

Motorola has promised to release an update for the system software on the Motorola Cliq, an Android-based smartphone being offered by T-Mobile USA. This will bring a number improvements, but[...]

Apple iPad Could Debut with iPhone OS 4.0

It is far from definite, but some unconfirmed reports suggest that when the Apple iPad debuts next month, it will be running iPhone OS 4.0. At the very least, the[...]

Verizon’s Palm Pixi Plus Now Selling for $80

Verizon has dropped the price it is charging for the new Palm Pixi Plus by 20%. This webOS smartphone is small and light but still powerful, offing a very robust[...]

Sprint Could Launch the WiMAX-Enabled HTC Supersonic Much Earlier than Expected

Sprint has revealed its plans to introduce a smartphone with the 4G cellular-wireless standard WiMAX in the first half of this year. Previously, this device had been expected near the[...]

T-Mobile Reportedly Prepping Its First Palm webOS Smartphone

Both Sprint and Verizon offer smartphones running Palm's webOS, AT&T has promised to release a pair soon, and now there's an unconfirmed report that T-Mobile USA will be joining this[...]

Windows Phone 7: It’s a Whole New Ballgame

Windows Phone 7 has virtually nothing in common with its predecessors, essentially making it a brand new operating system. In this editorial, Brighthand's Site Editor applauds the improvements, but also[...]

Video Demo of BlackBerry’s Upcoming Advanced Web Browser Now Available

The web browser that is bundled with BlackBerry smartphones lags well behind the ones that are offered with competing devices, but RIM is working to remedy that. A video showing[...]

Mobile World Congress 2010 Wrap Up: New Operating Systems and Smartphones

In addition to the premiers of numerous smartphones, this year's enormous telecommunications tradeshow in Barcelona was marked by the launches of new operating systems, expansion in mobile application production, and[...]

Bookies Taking Smartphone Sales Bets, Favor iPhone

The betting window is now open on global smartphone sales, with Irelands largest bookmaker, Paddy Power, taking action and favoring the iPhone to lead the pack. Googles Nexus One is[...]

Motorola Droid Available for $50 to New Verizon Customers

The Motorola Droid is one of the most popular Android OS devices available. This high-end smartphone normally sells for $200 with a two-year contract, but new Verizon customers can get[...]

Apple May Start iPad Pre-Orders this Week

The Apple iPad won't hit store shelves for another month, but those who are eager to be among the very first to get their hands on this tablet computer reportedly[...]

Skyfire Accelerates Developing Web Browser for the Android OS

Skyfire has been working on a version of its high-end web browser for Android OS, and to facilitate this process has recently acquired kolbysoft, maker of the Steel browser for[...]

Palm’s webOS 1.4 Update Expected this Week

A system software upgrade for Palm's recent smartphones will supposedly be released on Thursday, or this weekend at the latest. Among its enhancements will be support for the Adobe Flash[...]

T-Mobile myTouch Slide Might Not Debut Until Mid May

Details of T-Mobile's third Android OS-based smartphone with a sliding keyboard and HVGA touchscreen have been slipping out for some time now, but this model -- which may be called[...]

Dell’s Android-Powered Mini-Tablet Could Be a Serious Rival for the iPad

The Apple iPad has garnered a great deal of attention, but Dell is working on a device that will offer many of the same features in a more pocketable design.[...]

PocketGear Buys Handango, Merging the Two Largest Cross-Platform App Stores

As of today, PocketGear has acquired Handango, creating the world's largest cross-platform app store with a catalog of more than 140,000 paid and free titles. It offers software for smartphones[...]

Google Earth Now Available for the Android OS

A version of Google Earth has been released for smartphones running Google's own Android OS. This free app acts as a sort of "virtual globe", allowing users to look[...]

Announcing the Brighthand Mobile Film Festival

The TechnologyGuide.com editorial staff is pleased to announce a festival which will showcase some of the most creative made-for-mobile content. Entries can be submitted in a variety of categories, and[...]

iPhone Beat Out Windows Mobile in 2009, but Both Trailed Symbian and BlackBerry

The global smartphone market last year grew around 24% last year, and virtually all the smartphone platforms saw increased sales. The notable exception was Microsoft's Windows Mobile, which dropped below[...]

Pre-Launch Interest for the iPad Higher than for the Original iPhone

Few will be surprised that there's demand for the upcoming Apple iPad, but a recent survey may surprise a few by just how much demand there is. This same survey[...]

More Details on the Hardware Requirements for Windows Phone 7 Come Out

When Windows Phone 7 was unveiled last week, Microsoft said that all devices running it would have to meet certain hardware requirements. Exactly what all of these will be has[...]

Apple iPad Will Be Sold in Best Buy Stores

Apple intends to sell its upcoming tablet computer on the Web and its own retail locations. In addition, those who want to try out an Apple iPad before they buy[...]

Apple Bans Thousands of Risque iPhone Apps

In the last few days, Apple has removed around 5,000 applications from the iPhone App Store because they were judged to be too sexual in nature. However, a recent mover[...]

Nokia X6 for N. America Now Available for Pre-Order

Nokia will soon release a N. American version of the Nokia X6, a high-end Symbian smartphone with a touchscreen and a focus on music playback. This GSM model -- which[...]

Motorola Devour

The Motorola Devour is Verizon’s third smartphone running Google’s Android OS. It is a mid-range device with a sliding QWERTY keyboard. This smartphone includes MotoBlur, software that displays messages from[...]

Verizon’s Android-Powered Motorola Devour Debuts Exclusively at Best Buy Stores

The Motorola Devour, Verizon's third smartphone running Google's Android OS, is being released today. At launch, the only brick-and-mortar store offering this mid-range device with a sliding keyboard is Best[...]

Skype Withdraws Its Windows Mobile App, Skype Lite

Skype has announced that it has stopped offering the Windows Mobile edition of its VoIP calling app, as well as the Skype Lite edition. Many suspect a recent agreement with[...]

Nintendo DSi XL Will Offer Two Larger Screens, Much More than Games

Nintendo has revealed the U.S. release date for the DSi XL, which will keep the same clamshell shape as the current versions, but with dual screens nearly doubled in size.[...]

Palm Admits the webOS Isn’t Catching on as Fast as it Hoped

Palm, Inc. warned investors today that it isn't bringing in as much revenue from sales of its smartphones as it had originally forecast. The company's new webOS is facing tough[...]

Palm’s webOS 1.4 Upgrade Could Debut Today

Users of Palm's webOS-based smartphones may get the long-awaited webOS 1.4 upgrade today, or its release may have been pushed back. This will bring support for video recording to the[...]

HTC Incredible Could Launch from Verizon in the Next Few Weeks

Evidence is mounting that Verizon will introduce a high-end Android OS smartphone in the near future. The HTC Incredible will supposedly be almost identical to the Google Nexus One, and[...]

Details and an Image of the First BlackBerry Slider Leak Out

RIM is apparently experimenting with a new design, and a future BlackBerry may be the first with a sliding keyboard and a touchscreen. An unconfirmed report also gives some of[...]

Future Android-Based Tablets from Dell Will Have Larger Displays

Dell's first tablet computer running Google's Android OS, the Mini 5, will be only the starting point -- the company plans to introduce tablets with larger touchscreens that will be[...]

Hoping to Spur Sales, Sprint Lowers the Palm Pixi to $50

Sprint has cut the price of the Palm Pixi in half. This is clearly an attempt at bolstering sales of this entry-level smartphone, which have been lackluster, despite genrally positive[...]

Verizon Could Launch the Google Nexus One in Only a Few Weeks

Last month, Google promised that the Nexus One will be released by Verizon sometime this spring. An unconfirmed report may have revealed the exact day the flagship Android OS smartphone[...]

Sprint Bringing WiMAX to NYC, Boston, San Francisco, and More Cities

Sprint has announced which cities will be the next to get access to its 4G service. This carrier is working to give roughly a third of the U.S. population access[...]

Sprint’s Palm Pre and Pixi Get webOS 1.4, but Verizon Users Still Waiting

A much-anticipated system software upgrade for Palm's latest smartphones has been released, bringing a number of enhancements, most notably support for video recording. And an Adobe Flash Player for the[...]

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

The Xperia X10 will be chock full of high-end features, starting with its 4 inch, WVGA+ (480 x 854 pixel) capacitive touchscreen. In addition, it will run Android on a[...]

Microsoft Gives a Glimpse of the First Windows Phone 7 Model

Microsoft has given the world an early look at what will be one of the first models running the recently-announced Windows Phone 7 operating system. This LG device is going[...]

webOS 1.4 Now Available for Verizon’s Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus

Shortly after a significant system software upgrade was released for Sprint's versions of Palm's latest smartphones, Verizon's webOS-based models have received it, too. webOS 1.4 brings the ability to record[...]

Facebook for Windows Mobile 1.2 Released

The latest version of Microsoft's Facebook app for Windows Mobile adds an important feature previously missing: the ability to add comments to posts made by friends.