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SmartPhone Articles for June of 2006Below are the 48 SmartPhone articles for June of 2006
The HTC P3600 features a 2.8″ touchscreen with handwriting recognition. At over 5 ounces, it’s on the heavier end of the smartphone spectrum. Features include web browsing and WiFi connection,[...]
Astraware brings Deluxe Discounts this week only PocketMirror Professional Updated KT Powertel and RIM Launch BlackBerry for the First Time in Korea Vaja Announces T77 SP[...]
In an interview last month, Microsoft's CEO brought up the possibility that his company might make its own handhelds and smartphones. Recently, some industry analysts made some predictions on[...]
The biggest news this month was the strong arrival of the iPAQ hw6900 and the Motorola Q. These new smartphones have quickly risen to prominence and pushed more traditional handhelds[...]
CalliGrapher 8.3 for Windows Mobile Smart Remote Released by Rock Your Mobile New Version of Atomic Cannon Released for Windows Mobile BlackBerry Connect for Treo[...]
Thanks to various leaks, it has been known for some time that Danger, Inc. is putting together a sequel to the Sidekick 2, its popular cellular-wireless handheld. Recently, a possible[...]
HTC to Acquire Dopod Acer Boosting PDA/Smartphone Plans, To Release New Devices Symbian Streamlines Screen Resolution Support Fitaly 4 Released for Windows Mobile [...]
The semi-conductor industry is abuzz lately with rumors that Intel might be looking to sell off the part of its company that produces processors for handhelds and smartphones.
Pepper Computer has announced a new version of its Internet-oriented mobile device, the Pepper Pad. So far this tablet-shaped model hasn't gained much traction, but its developer clearly remains optimistic[...]
Antoine Wright looks at whether PDAs are still holding on to being just organizers, or have they evolved to connecting us to the world all around.
The story of one man's pursuit for justice when his friend's T-Mobile Sidekick is stolen.
E-Ten M600+ Launched New Version of AvantGo with RSS Support Available New Personal Media Player Coming from LG
Panasonic has announced plans to introduce a 4 GB card using the format that is eventually going to replace SD cards.
Three Pocket PC navigation applications are compared side by side: iGo, Mapopolis, and TomTom Navigator.
DataViz promised today to release software that will let older Pocket PCs use Microsoft's new push email system.
Brighthand's Brian Beeler brings us his first impressions of an upcoming Windows Mobile Smartphone.
Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, brings us his hands-on review of Palm's latest smartphone, the Treo 700p.
A Motorola executive has predicted that his company's latest smartphone, the Q, will be down to just $50 in a few months.
The Return of Launcher X HubDog Windows Mobile Media Aggregator Launched Pocket Express Brings Early Summer Sports to Treo, Q, and BlackBerry Astraware Extends Deluxe[...]
A listing of the best selling Palm OS and Windows Mobile applications on Brighthand's software store last month.
In this editorial, Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief takes a hard look at whether the Palm OS has a future.
For many years, HTC has been content to work in the background, creating smartphones for other companies to sell. Today, however, HTC took the wraps off a pair of models[...]
Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, takes Garmin's iQue 3000 for a spin. This handheld is an attempt to entice users with the prospect of combining GPS-guided navigation and Palm[...]
Garmin iQue 3200 $229 Palm Treo 700w $250 Motorola Q $170 Palm Treo 650 $50 more...
Cingular has released the MSFP Windows Mobile update that enables several features, most notably push email, for their 8125 smartphone.
Recharge a Mobile Device From an Audio Jack Spb Time 2.0 Released More Free Content from Pocket Express BlackBerry 8707v Launched Around the World [...]
In a recent interview, executives from Google said that, in the future, their company is going to focus much of its efforts on services for smartphones and wireless handhelds.
Nokia, after years of putting virtually all its emphasis on Europe, is finally going to get serious about the United States. Later this month, Chicago will be home to the[...]
When Samsung introduced one of the first Ultra Mobile PCs, the company said it would be available only online. Today, however, Samsung announced that this model will be available in[...]
Capping months of rumors and speculation, T-Mobile has just officially taken the wraps off the Sidekick 3, which will include many features that are new to this line of cellular-wireless[...]
Nokia’s E-series is targeted at business, and the E50 is no exception. For example, its email client includes an attachment viewer for Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. The E50 will[...]
The Sidekick 3 includes many features that are new to this line of cellular-wireless handhelds. Although the Sidekick 3 has the same general shape as its predecessors, it is 20[...]
New Version of Agendus for Palm OS Released DataViz's RoadSync Now Available for S60 Handmark Introducing Tetris Game Pak 2 New Wireless Adapter for ActiveECG
Ed Hardy gives us his thoughts on a hardware/software combination that lets people stream TV shows and other multimedia content from their homes to their handhelds.
Brian Beeler brings us this review of a Windows Mobile Smartphone that offers the combination of cutting-edge design and a relatively price.
Display Google Calendars on a Pocket PC's Today Screen New Ebook Technical Standard Adapted English Version of NetFront 3.3 Released for Pocket PC Telstra and RIM Announce[...]
Microsoft has released an overview of its plan for unified communications -- tying together email, instant messaging, mobile and VoIP telephony, plus audio and video conferencing.
A company is well along in the development of the ZYPAD WL 1000, a computer small enough to be worn on the wrist.
This model has a 4.5-inch WSVGA screen that can slide up to expose a QWERTY keyboard. In addition, it has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and — as if these weren’t enough —[...]
It's still just a rumor, but some details have emerged on a Palm OS and a Windows Mobile Treo smartphone supposedly coming later this year.
Intel announced today that it is going to sell its division that makes processors for handhelds and smartphones.
Palm, Inc. has just announced that it has settled a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Xerox Corp. nine years ago. * UPDATED *
According to information that has recently leaked out, Cingular Wireless will begin offering three additional smartphones running different versions of Microsoft's mobile operating system this fall.
A streaming video service that has been available for several Palm OS devices for some time can now be used with Windows Mobile handhelds and smartphones.
The first details of an upcoming BlackBerry smartphone have been leaked on the Web.
Palm, Inc. has released the results of its most recent financial quarter, and it has also just finished up its financial year. Mostly due to strong sales of Treo smartphones,[...]
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In this editorial, Ed Hardy tries to warn the people asking for ultra-thin smartphones that they might not be getting all that they are hoping for.