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SmartPhone Articles for March of 2006Below are the 88 SmartPhone articles for March of 2006
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SanDisk will soon begin offering a CompactFlash card that is twice the capacity of any CF card currently available from this company.
The Samsung i750 is one of the first Pocket PC phones with a sliding numberpad. Although it debuted in 2006, there was a long delay between it being announced at[...]
A virus dubbed "Crossover" might soon be in the wild. Crossover makes its way onto the host computer, then infects Microsoft-based PDAs when they are synced. The virus then destroys[...]
Opera Software has just come out with an updated beta version of of its web browser for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs.
A market research firm is predicting that smartphones will be nearly a 15 percent of the mobile phone market this year.
Cingular's new Pocket PC phone mixes EDGE, Bluetooth, WiFi, and 128 MB of memory in with a large keyboard and lightweight design.
Microsoft "Origami" minitablet Google News goes mobile Opera for Windows Mobile beta 2 Sandisk to offer 8 GB CompactFlash card Bluetooth devices not used for Bluetooth,[...]
One of HP's top executives made it clear that his company is losing interest in traditional handhelds and switching its focus to converged devices.
The most recent addition to Garmin's line of Palm-powered handhelds with integrated GPS receivers is going to debut later than expected.
Once again Research In Motion (RIM) and NTP have come to an agreement to settle their long-running lawsuit.
There is a new version of a very popular collection of system enhancements for Windows Mobile devices.
Sony's next firmware update for the PSP has owners in quite a froth. They've already unveiled a web browser, that's actually better than most PDA web browsers. Now there are[...]
HP says handheld market will be dead in four years; Chicken Little confirms RIM & NTP settle suit for $612M, Blackberry saved Multi-input touchscreens in development
Japanese electronics giant Toshiba is putting together its first smartphone, and there's a chance this could be the company's first widely-available Windows Mobile device in several years.
Just a month or so after announcing its first 4 GB smartphone, Samsung has announced one with twice that storage capacity.
Pocket Watch Software has released an update for its mobile printing solution for Windows Mobile 5.0 devices.
Samsung announces 8 GB smartphone Nokia E61 coming to US Report: Toshiba planning return to market
Today, Sharp took the wraps off the Zaurus SL-C3200, its latest model with a built-in 6 GB hard-drive.
T-Mobile customers can now use this company's Wi-Fi access points for free on weekends.
SelectRadio allows users of compatible Windows Mobile handhelds to access a wide variety of live radio content.
Reports: Treo 700p on Sprint circa May/June "Origami" mini-tablets revealed; hype bigger than announcement Intel to launch WiMax cards later this year Intel's Monahans processors now sampling
The official announcement of Microsoft's Origami Project isn't until tomorrow, but Intel has already given the world a look at some of the mobile devices that are expected to be[...]
HP has push backed the release of a long-awaited operating system upgrade for its flagship handheld.
Palm, Inc. has released a ROM update for the Cingular version of the Treo 650 smartphone. It includes a number of enhancements.
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief explains why he thinks Microsoft's and Intel's vision for Ultra Mobile PCs is going to have a big impact on the mobile world... in a few years.
A new application allows people to use Treo 650 smartphones as a USB GPRS modem for a laptop or desktop computer.
VITO Technology has released an audio player for both Pocket PCs and Smartphones.
Today, Intel officially announced the first three Ultra Mobile PCs (UMPCs) that are part of the Origami Project.
For those that have been in the dark for the past week, you might not have heard about the new Intel backed device that's being referred to as Origami. [...]
I was lucky enough to go to CeBIT in Hannover Germany this year, it was my second time there and once again I found myself awed at the size of[...]
PalmSource says that the next version of the Palm OS might not have the same look and feel as previous ones.
Customers of Alarm.com are now able to manage and monitor their home and business security systems from their PDAs.
At the end of last year Samsung announced its M8000 Pocket PC Phone as the first PDA to include integrated WiBro (Wireless Broadband; the Korean equivalent of WiMAX/802.16 wireless). [...]
Fujitsu had featured their upcoming Loox releases at CeBIT 2006. These Pocket PC devices are just really nicely designed, very sleek looking. The Loox C550 basic Pocket PC,[...]
Trip Boss allows Palm OS users to plan itineraries, track expenses, log mileage, budget vacations, keep a journal, rate places, and more.
DataViz has introduced a small update to Documents To Go that includes new PDF-related features.
Electric Pocket has released a version of it ringtone manager that is compatible with the first Treo smartphone running Windows Mobile 5.0.
Six Apart has acquired a mobile photo blogging application and service.
Gigabyte had on display their G-Smart i at CeBIT this past week. Awful name for what looks like a pretty cool Windows Mobile 5 based phone. This is[...]
Asus had on display a few of their recent PDA offerings and an upcoming VoIP integrated SmartPhone, the Asus P525. The P525 first showed up here at CeBIT 2006[...]
The Asus MyPal A636 is a PDA with a built-in GPS receiver that puts maps and directions on an equal footing with appointments and e-mail. While it delivers accurate directions[...]
The Asus MyPal A632 is a PDA with a built-in GPS receiver that puts maps and directions on an equal footing with appointments and e-mail. While it delivers accurate directions[...]
This quad-band device is running on Windows Mobile 5.0, has Windows Media Player and GPRS/EDGE support. It also supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0. The i-mate JAMin has a 200MHz TI[...]
This Learning Center article gives the details on a new memory card format that's going to replace the well-established SD card format.
The next version of Microsoft's operating system for desktop computers will include some major changes in the synchronization software for Pocket PCs and Smartphones.
T-Mobile offers free WiFi on weekend to cell customers BenQ announces reheated P51 Pocket PC phone Alternative pseudo-push email system
In February, Palm, Inc. announced a 2-for-1 split of its common stock. This took place before trading started this morning.
Nokia is on track to meet its self-imposed deadline and have three new business-oriented smartphones in consumers' hands by the end of this month.
The OQO Model 01+ is not quite a handheld computer, not quite a tablet, and not quite a laptop, but mimics functions of all three. It's a 1 GHz desktop[...]
In the last few days a device that was once HP's flagship handheld has quietly disappeared from this company's web site.
AudioBay is a new application that lets users create and publish a podcast with just a Pocket PC.
Fujitsu Siemens is in talks with Microsoft about joining the small group of companies offering a new class of mobile computers.
SplashData has picked a new CEO with experience at Mobile Digital Media, Palm, and The Walt Disney Company
The Cingular 2125 is the successor to the popular Audiovox SMT5600 Windows smartphone, featuring faster EDGE data, an updated OS, QVGA screen, and much more.
Palm is now offering a wireless security update for its the TX. This lets this handheld connect to networks protected by 802.1x-based security protocols.
For the second time in just a couple of months, Palm, Inc. has cut the price of its flagship handheld.
Gartner: UMPCs not practical, unlikely to sell Palm stock split goes through Analysts: Apple working on iPod phone Samsung: UMPC to debut maybe[...]
DDH Software has introduced HanDBase 3.5, a new version of its relational database for Palm OS, Windows Mobile, and Symbian S60.
I'd like to propose a simple scenario to you. What if your computing devices consisted of a laptop and a Treo-style Smartphone? You use the laptop to do all the[...]
An HP web site says that an operating system upgrade for the iPAQ hx4700 will be available soon.
Isotope 244's latest screensaver for the Pocket PC features a relaxing tropical island with animated palm trees and ocean waves.
A new rumors says that Palm's next Treo smartphone will debut in late May. But there are reasons to question this information.
T-mobile released the T-mobile SDA Smartphone in mid February, and with its advanced features including WiFi, Windows Mobile 5.0, EDGE and media capabilities, one would find a hard time remembering[...]
HP is now allowing iPAQ hx4700 owners to download an operating system upgrade for their handhelds.
DiscoverOurTown, an Internet city guide for 2,000 cities in the United States, is now available for Palm OS and Windows Mobile handhelds and smartphones.
Despite years of rumors, Microsoft executives continue to say that this company will never come out with a competitor for the Playstation Portable or Nintendo DS.
OS upgrade for iPaq hx4700 finally listed iPaq hx4700 apparently discontinued Rumor: release date for Palm Treo 700p WiFi update for Palm TX
Sling Media has introduced a public beta version of SlingPlayer Mobile. This allows Pocket PC users to watch programs on their home TVs.
Supposedly, the fact that Apple is looking around for companies to produce its first mobile phone is an open secret in Taiwan.
Treo smartphones are keeping employees of one of the largest career and recruitment resources, Monster.com, connected nationwide.
In this editorial, Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief explains why he thinks it is critically important for Palm, Inc. to switch to the upcoming version of the Palm OS, both for this company[...]
During its most recent financial quarter, success in the smartphone realm significantly increased both Palm, Inc.'s revenues and its profits.
Palm had another great quarter, thanks almost entirely to the Treo family which accounted for 75% of Palm's revenue. Palm also talked up their plans to roll out a Microsoft[...]
Jeff Hawkins continues to drop hints about his company's plans to introduce a new type of mobile device that's neither a handheld nor a smartphone.
During a conference call yesterday, Palm's president and CEO confirmed that his company still expects to release three new smartphones this year, and he talked a bit about them.
Possible confirmation of Apple iPod phone Slingbox mobile client now available Brighthand: Palm must commit to Linux [...]
Brighthand.com and BargainPDA.com have combined to create one of the largest handheld computing focused sites on the web, bringing the latest industry news, reviews and support to consumers around the[...]
It was 10 years ago that Palm, Inc. released its first handheld computers. Since then, the company has gone through good times and bad, and is now working hard to[...]
According to rumor, Palm is supposedly preparing a smartphone that, at its launch, will cost significantly less than previous Treos have.
A major U.S. cellular provider is finally going to offer one of Nokia's cellular-wireless handhelds to the general public.
Motorola is no longer committing to introducing a highly-anticipated Windows Mobile smartphone next month.
Claim: Low memory cripples Treo 700w Bluetooth SIG adopts Ultra-wide band standard WiFi almost everywhere in five years, says company; Google publishes new patents Miniature Pocket PC[...]
Sybase's iAnywhere subsidiary has introduced a beta version of its AvantGo client for Windows Mobile smartphones.
A fourth company has thrown its hat into the Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC) category: TabletKiosk.
A web site claims to have definitive proof that Palm, Inc. is developing its own Linux-based operating system, separate from the one being created by PalmSource.
In this editorial, Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief considers the future of traditional handhelds in a world increasingly being dominated by smartphones.
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