Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for May 2006. 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 May of 2006Below are the 56 SmartPhone articles for May of 2006
The Nokia N91 is a sliding form-factor device with a built-in 4GB hard drive. It runs Symbian 9.1 operating system, features a 2.0 megapixel camera, and RealOne multimedia player.
It isn't official yet, but there's some very strong evidence that the Motorola Q will be launched in just a few weeks.
As one of the very first UMPC models available, the TabletKiosk eo v7110 is a hot commodity. However it seems that some pre-ordered units will be shipping late.
Pocket Tunes Releases Update to Popular Palm OS Music Player Apple wants to make LCDs into camera BlackBerry Connect released by Telstra in Australia Verizon Wireless[...]
In this editorial, Brighthand's Antoine Wright argues against the widely-held belief that the traditional handheld is already dead.
In a press event yesterday, Samsung officially launched the Q1, its first Ultra Mobile PC. It will cost less than expected, but still more than hoped.
Welcome to our inaugural monthly ranking of most popular PDAs and smartphones on Brighthand.com. From now on we'll bring this report to you at the beginning of each month to[...]
Opera 2.0 Mini Released SecureGSM SP Lets Users Encrypt Their Phone Conversations PhatNotes 4.7 Smartphone Edition Updated
Adama D. Brown brings us this review of the first of T-Mobile's famous MDA series to make it American shores, a Pocket PC phone based on the HTC Wizard design.
While the announcement that Windows Mobile will be ported to the Qualcomm Mobile Station Modem chipsets in reality this announcement is quite important.
Opera Mobile 8.60 Web Browser for Symbian S60 Released JAVOedge Releases a Slew of Treo accessories Release Candidate for Fitaly 4 Announced BlueNomad Introduces Beta[...]
40% off Crumpler Treo Cases 20% off Palm GPS kit Dell Axim X51 $173 Free T-Mobile SDA, MDA $99Palm TX $256
In this editorial, Brighthand's Ed Hardy considers whether Microsoft should make more than just an operating system for mobile devices.
In the most recent quarter, shipments of handhelds grew 6.6 percent, thanks largly to expanding interest in cellular-wireless devices.
According to a market-research company, Palm, Inc. isn't going to release any new traditional handhelds for several months.
Star Trek Windows Mobile Smartphone Makes Its Way West Treos Getting More Work In the Field Palm Executive Management to Present at[...]
One of Brighthand's moderators has put together an extensive review of the Palm OS application FontSmoother.
At the E3 conference today, Microsoft's Bill Gates announced the "Live Anywhere" initiative, which will allow Xbox users to interact with each other through many different types of devices, including[...]
Nokia has just announced the 5500 Sport, an smartphone targeted at athletes. The S60 device's most unique feature is a built-in pedometer.
Microsoft has released a beta version of Windows CE 6, the latest version of an operating system that will be the fundamental basis of future versions of Windows Mobile.
After a long delay, RIM officially announced today that it will be offering its BlackBerry handhelds and wireless email service through China Mobile Communications.
In this editorial, Antoine Wright urges web developers to make their content available to mobile devices, not just desktops and laptops.
We asked people how a Palm device has saved them at some point over the past ten years. We were amazed by the number of responses but have narrowed[...]
Although DualCore is stressing the connectivity of its upcoming Windows Mobile/Windows XP computer, it now says this device will lack any kind of built-in wireless networking.
Club Astraware May-hem Sale Resco Releases Mobile Guide to the World Cup 2006 in GermanyRealtyJuggler Calculator for Realtors with Windows Mobile Devices ATEKsoft CoolCamera for HTC[...]
Brighthand's Antoine Wright takes a look at an application that lets users view RSS feeds and podcasts on their handheld or smartphone.
The Nokia 770 has been on the market since late last year, but it hasn't exactly taken the world by storm. This might change if a recent deal between its[...]
Palm, Inc. has just taken the wraps off its latest Palm OS smartphone, the Treo 700p Long time Treo users will be happy to hear that this device addresses most[...]
Some pictures and specifications of what is supposedly going to be a very small portable computer from Sony have emerged on the Web.
Today, Nokia took a big step closer to fulfilling its promise to release a software upgrade for its Internet Tablet that will allow this device to make voice calls over[...]
Sprint PCS announced today that it will be the first wireless carrier to offer the recently-announced Treo 700p from Palm, Inc.
Yesterday, a description of what was supposed to be the first Ultra Mobile PC from Sony appeared on the Web. Today this device was officially announced, and while most of[...]
The Palm Treo 700p smartphone delivers everything you need in one go-anywhere, Palm OS device. It combines a smarter phone with wireless email and messaging, built-in web browser, and rich[...]
At the official announcement of the Treo 700p, Palm, Inc. said both Sprint and Verizon Wireless would be offering this smartphone. Yesterday, Sprint announced that it will be the first[...]
Motorola CEO Ed Zander has promised that a long-awaited Windows Mobile Smartphone will be available in just a few days.
No Wi-Fi for Treo 700p BlackBerry Use in U.K. to Increase LifeDrive Contest Ending SoonNew Master Kick Version
Nokia today announced the latest addition to its E-series of business-oriented smartphones, the E50.
In this editorial, Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief takes most of the cellular-wireless companies in the world to task for letting their customers down.
Korea-based Tinnos is bringing out Windows CE handheld that will include a 30 GB hard drive and a 4.3-inch screen.
Although Motorola's CEO recently promised that the oft-delayed Motorola Q would finally launch next week, a Verizon spokesperson denies it.
Although both Sprint and Verizon have announced plans to offer Palm, Inc.'s latest smartphone, both have been somewhat vague on exactly when this was going to start. One reason for[...]
Brighthand's Adama D. Brown got his hands on Palm's newest release, the much-anticipated Palm Treo 700p, and brings us this preview.
Verizon Wireless has just promised that the long-awaited Motorola Q will finally be available next week. The company also revealed what it plans to charge for this Windows Mobile Smartphone.
*UPDATED* Recently, Sprint PCS announced that it would be the first wireless carrier to offer Palm's latest smartphone, the Treo 700p. However, Verizon Wireless is attempting to combat this by[...]
The Brighthand Palm 10th Anniversary LifeDrive Giveaway contest has come to a close, and the votes are in our contest winners!
Well-known mobile device expert Alan Grassia gives some easy ways to prevent damage to your handheld or smartphone.
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Brighthand's Memorial Day Sale Garden State Chooses Cingular Wireless Handmark's Pocket Express on the Motorola Q BlackBerry Connect for Palm Treo 650 Smartphone Now Available[...]
Details are amazingly thin on the new release for T-Mobile, the Sidekick 3 made by Danger. We've seen more image fakes and just plain bad information on this particular unit[...]
Brighthand's Antoine Write pulls an old iPAQ out of a drawer and is surprised by how usable it still is.
New SlingPlayer Mobile Compatible with Windows Mobile Smartphones World Cup Sparks DMB Use in Korea All New Tetris Now Available Master Kick 1.0.7 Released for[...]
Opera Software has just released the full version of its Web browser for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs.
Sprint PCS is now offering the BlackBerry 7130e, a smartphone capable of using this carrier's high-speed EV-DO wireless network.
About half a year after it was first supposed to debut, the Motorola Q had its oft-delayed launch on Verizon's network today.