April 2001 SmartPhone Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for April 2001. 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 April of 2001

Below are the 19 SmartPhone articles for April of 2001

Big News Hits the Street at the Days End

ZDNet announced today that they will partner with PDABargains.com to become an empire in the PDA industry.

Another Test

Next Friday Sony will demo it's next generation PDA device at the CSE show in Los Angeles.

Tomorrow will Mark the 4th Anniversary of the Pall VII Release

Tomorrow 3Com will light 4 candles on a cake to comemmorate the 4th Anniversary of their revolutionary product.

Gadgets you can’t have

Take a look at some of the coolest (and strangest) gadgets that have yet to reach the shores of the United States.

$20 off GameFace with purchase of Visor Deluxe, Visor Platinum or Visor Prism

More Great Deals from the folks at Handspring!

Agenda VR3

Agenda Computing says its Linux-based handheld, the Agenda VR3, is ready to take on Palm. Maybe not.

Motorola crosses cell phone with handheld

Motorola has made the equivalent of a conference call, connecting cell phones with handheld computers to develop a new combination device, the Accompli 008.

Microsoft offers taste test of “Talisker”

Microsoft plans to introduce on Tuesday the first test version of "Talisker," its next-generation operating system aimed at a variety of handheld gadgets, Internet appliances and factory automation equipment.

Inside the Cypaq

Houston-based CYNET looked to become a significant player in the budding iPAQ accessories market with its dual-slot CYPAQ expansion sleeve. However, as Brighthand learned, the CYPAQ was more "smoke and[...]

Handhelds gaining the upper hand

It's not yet a case of evolve or die, but a new study suggests that the supremacy of the venerable notebook computer is threatened by more nimble handhelds, such as[...]

Palm begins handing out pink slips

Handheld maker Palm began making large-scale job cuts Wednesday and, according to internal documents, has been detailing other ways it will cut costs.

An end to recharging for mobile phones

German researchers are developing new types of power cells that could mean mobile phones will never have to be recharged at the mains again.

A Palm from the Plains

That's the question for Palm's smallest licensee, a 40-person Iowa company called HandEra. The company, which until recently was known as TRG Products, plans to announce Monday a Palm OS-based[...]

Inside Franklin Covey

Franklin Covey may have started out selling paper-based organizers but it's also been selling PDAs since the first Palm appeared.

Cell phone makers learn software the hard way

Of all the features on the Kyocera Smartphone released last month in the United States, one stood out: a "reboot" button.

AvantGo to cut 15 percent of staff

Despite its narrower-than-expected quarterly loss, mobile Internet content provider AvantGo is cutting 15 percent of its employees.

Bluetooth nibbles at wireless market

Bluetooth will be taking a slightly smaller bite out of the wireless-networking market than previously expected, according to new projections.

Will it take a “Village” to raise an IM?

Three of the world's top four handset makers are joining forces to create a way for cell phone users to send instant messages to each other, regardless of the make,[...]

Details of Sony’s new Clie leak out on Web

In what is becoming a commonplace gaffe among tech companies, Sony has unveiled the U.S. version of its new Clie handheld by inadvertently posting details and photographs of the product[...]