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SmartPhone Articles for July of 2005Below are the 70 SmartPhone articles for July of 2005
An iPod isn't necessary for listening to podcasts; there are applications that can download these online audio programs directly to a Palm or Pocket PC.
If you're a Palm OS user interested in listening to podcasts, there's only one name you need to know, no matter what type of handheld you have: Quick News.
The best Pocket PC application Brighthand's staff was able to find for downloading podcasts is FeederReader.
With little PDA related excitement coming into the holiday, we thought it might be fun to dust off the archives and bring you some of the old PDA news from[...]
PalmOne gets a good report from The Motley Fool The Dell Axim X50v has won a Red Dot Product Design Excellence Award T-Mobile USA may be put up[...]
Opera Software has released a version of its web browser for smartphones running Windows Mobile 2003.
PicturePassword allows users to unlock their Pocket PC by tapping a picture at the points have been set as the password.
TrafficEdge, which is available for many different types of cellular-wireless devices, gives users access to real-time traffic information.
Nevada legalizes handheld gambling Opera web browser available for Windows Smartphone PalmSource puts all eggs in Linux basket
Korean electronics super-manufacturer LG Electronics has signed up to license the Palm Operating System. Under the terms of the deal, LG has committed to bring smartphones to market.
It's very important that the biggest Palm OS licensee remember that it's in business to make handhelds and smartphones, and not be distracted by merging with PalmSource.
PalmSource has announced that its newest licensee is LG Electronics, and that this company will make smartphones that run the Palm OS.
Samsung's latest cellular-wireless Pocket PC is now on sale on the Verizon Wireless web site.
Fujitsu triples fuel cell density Extra-small Tablet PC by Motion Computing Qool Labs to introduce PocketPC phone
PalmOne Zire 31 for $90PalmOne Tungsten T5 for $278PalmOne Zire 21 $49.99Geeks.com: Belkin Bluetooth CompactFlash Type II PDA adapter $18Apple IPod Shuffle 1GB + $15 ITunes For $130 Dell Home[...]
Sprint activates EVDO network Man arrested for using open WiFi Editorial: PalmSource dead, platform next?
Data Evolution has announced that the release date for a pair of Windows CE devices has been moved back several months.
Players of Pixelus must recreate mosaic floors by replacing missing tiles.
Forget this garbage about PDAs helping doctors write perscriptions, organize professionals and handle other mundane productivity tasks. Now we're finaly making progress with mobile computing. A new software called geMuse[...]
Pocket Mirror has been a popular Outlook synchronization tool for some time on the PalmOS, but now it's become available on Windows Mobile devices. We take an in-depth look.
Krome, an Australian company, has launched a new Windows Mobile PDA, dubbed Spy. Ruling out Smartphones, the Spy is the smallest PDA running the Windows Mobile operating system. While we[...]
If a PDA dies in the forest, does anyone hear it? That is one of the questions that have been boggling the hearts of users everywhere of mobile technology. If[...]
Fujitsu claims flexible, low-power electronic paper ICANN approves ".mobi" domains Editorial: Palm OS just fine
DataViz has released a Palm OS version of RoadSync. This offers access to corporate Outlook e-mail, complete with attachments.
Spb Software House has introduced a new version of its personal finance tracking application, Spb Finance 2.0.
Since it was first introduced last fall, the pace at which palmOne's latest smartphone had debuted in countries around the world has remained slow but steady.
SD Association approves MicroSD, aka Transflash Microsoft debuts Global Contact Access Nexave reviews GSPDA Xplore M68 smartphone
Chapura, a long-time Palm OS developer, has released its first Outlook synchronization application for Windows Mobile users.
palmOne has officially changed its name to Palm, Inc. It has also unveiled a new logo, stock symbol, and headquarters.
Today marks the first day that Palm Inc., formerly palmOne Inc., which was formerly Palm Inc., is now Palm Inc. again and trades under PALM and not PLMO on the[...]
A new version of FilePoint Exchange lets Pocket PC and Smartphone users wirelessly connect to a PC and browse its folders and mapped network drives.
Garmin will release later this month its second Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver. This will cost somewhat less than its predecessor.
SanDisk's TransFlash memory card format has been officially adopted by the SD Card Association. As part of this, the format has been renamed "microSD."
WiMax now undergoing certification testing Editorial: WiMax threatens monopolies PanAmSat promises WiMax via satellite
A discussion on the advantages of Persistent Storage has been added to the Windows Mobile Team Blog. The advantages include a greatly increased battery life and the ability for[...]
Palm, Inc. has cut $50 from the price of two of its handhelds, and is offering a $50 rebate on one of its newest models.
The WayPoint 200 is our newest and very powerful GPS PDA. It comes in a sleek Blue finish and a complete car kit designed to look good in your car.[...]
Palm has reduced pricing on several of their PDAs. The Tungsten T5 and Zire 72 have been cut by $50 to $349 and $249 respectively. The Tungsten E2 has also[...]
Rumor: Autumn Treo to have Cobalt, WiFi, 64 MB Garmin debuts cheaper PocketPC Editorial: If I were Palm's CEO
With the summer now in full swing, and reruns making sure that we spend every waking moment in a car towards another destination, BargainPDA is proud to bring you the[...]
Spb Software House is now offering Pocket Plus 3.0, a new version of this very popular application that addresses the shortcomings in Windows Mobile through enhancements to the existing system.[...]
Although Palm itself is keeping quiet about its plans for the next Treo, rumors are flying. Some of these might have a basis in fact, while other are just hoaxes.
Dell.com Coupon Codes valid on Axims and Other Electronics and AccessoriesPalm LifeDrive $418Palm Tungsten E2 $209Buy.com: palmOne Treo 650 PDA Phone (Verizon Wireless) $175 shipped ARPalm Tungsten E2 PDA $170[...]
Palm, Inc. has released a system software update that makes a couple of improvements to Verizon Wireless' version of the Treo 650.
Sony is supposedly working on a tiny new laptop that will include a keyboard but will also be able to be used as a tablet.
PalmSource stock hits record low Verizon Treo update Turn Windows Smartphone into PC mouse
A court in the United Kingdom has forbidden eXpansys from importing and then selling non-European iPAQs in Europe.
eXpansys is now offering in the United States the latest cellular-wireless iPAQ, but it is doing so without HP's permission.
One of the things that I like best about the different PDA platforms is the arguments that each of the camps have about why their PDA is better than another's[...]
HP to Expansys: No non-European iPaqs Rumor: Sprint to relaunch HTC Harrier with EVDO support MMCmicro: Yet another memory format
A European market research and consulting firm says that Nokia might be considering dropping the Symbian OS in favor of Linux.
Rumors have been rampant about a Motorola Smartphone in the RAZR form factor designed to take on the Treo 650 and BlackBerry devices head on. Well it's official now, the[...]
The Motorola Q is a Windows Mobile device clearly intended to take sales away from the Treo and BlackBerry.
Palm has released a significant system software update for the Cingular Wireless version of the Treo 650. After this ROM update has been installed, the smartphone will be able to[...]
Report: HTC Wizard to debut soon User tests Spectec MiniSD WiFi card Mugen prepping high-capacity slim battery for Axim X50 series
Dell Home: Dell Axim X50v 624MHz + Bluetooth GPS $397 shippedDell Axim X50v 624MHz VGA Pocket PC $297Buy.com: palmOne Treo 650 PDA Phone (Verizon Wireless) $175 shipped ARSharp Zaurus SL-5500[...]
Pretec Electronics revealed today that it will soon begin offering an SD card that can hold 4 gigabytes (GB) of data.
SanDisk will give select employees in the United States, Asia, Europe, and Israel either a Treo 600 or Treo 650 running GoodLink so they can wirelessly access their email,[...]
With the Samsung SGH-D720, you can use Bluetooth wireless technology to send your holiday pics straight to your laptop. Send your friends a snapshot or one of your favourite ringtones[...]
Update for Cingular Treo Photos of Motorola Q Windows Mobile revenue grows; still not profitable
In the past the Treo was a perfect companion for traffic problems. That time was perfect for catching up on calls or neglected emails. But now Palm wants your Treo[...]
Tapwave has officially ended their business of selling PDAs. While the hardware always held a ton of promise, they could never figure out how to distribute and market the product,[...]
Traffic for Treo Smartphones is a new application that helps users make commuting decisions by giving them interactive maps and incident information.
Tapwave has just announced that it has given up making and selling the Zodiac line of Palm OS handhelds.
Topkey 2.5 is the latest version of this alternate input method for Pocket PCs.
The iQue M3 is a user-friendly automotive GPS navigator in a sleek, lightweight Pocket PC design. The attractively priced iQue M3 features larger, more-intuitive icons that make it easier for[...]
At first glance, the BGP-100 doesn't look like a gamepad so much as--well, at first, it doesn't really resemble anything at all. In its collapsed shape, it's a simple bar[...]
Spb Software House has released an additional icon set and two new Tab plug-ins for its popular Pocket PC application Spb Pocket Plus.
Handheld sales: Palm even, HP down, Dell up Pretec shipping 4 GB SD card Pics, specs of HTC Wizard models