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SmartPhone Articles for July of 2006Below are the 63 SmartPhone articles for July of 2006
The TyTN is a Pocket PC phone that has a landscape orientation, with a QWERTY keyboard located on a slider so it can be hidden behind the QVGA touchscreen. One[...]
A recent research study has shown that people across all age groups consider Microsoft Office to be first among the features they want to have on their next mobile phones.
Nokia has released a significant update for its Internet Tablet that bring support for Google's VoIP system.
The world's largest phone maker has announced that it is essentially getting out of the business of making phones for CDMA cellular-wireless networks.
Palm, Inc. admitted last week that the current version of the Treo 650 does not meet some new environmental rules, but its successor will be available this fall.
Research in Motion's Chairman has promised that, in the near future, BlackBerries will be released that offer functions well beyond the push email system they are known for.
Some additional details have recently emerged on an upcoming Pocket PC clamshell phone from Samsung.
A Palm version of RIM's BlackBerry push email service is expected to debut in the U.S. in next few weeks.
The i320 has an ultra-slim form factor (0.45 inches thick) and sports a QWERTY keyboard below a 320-by-240-pixel display. It uses the the Smartphone version of Windows Mobile 5.0, so[...]
Microsoft has posted ActiveSync 4.2 on its web site -- a new version of its synchronization software for the latest Windows Mobile devices.
Brighthand and Palm, Inc. are holding a short essay contest in which the prize is a Black Tie Treo 650.
Samsung will release a device very similar to the Motorola Q in Europe before the end of this month.
New Utility Removes the Screen Whine on Certain Palms RIM Announces Hosted BlackBerry Enterprise Server Handheld Device Reads Printed Material to the[...]
While a rumor indicates that Palm has stopped production of its LifeDrive Mobile Manager, it's possible that many people are jumping to the wrong conclusion about what this means.
Mobile device expert Alan Grassia brings us this review of Fortte's Open Face Case with Swivel Clip and StiL Vertical Pouch with Fixed Clip, both designed for the new Treo[...]
Brighthand's monthly listing of the ten most popular handhelds and smartphones.
According to a statement from a Palm executive, there is no truth to the rumor that Palm has ended production of one of its high-end devices.
Although not proof that Apple, Inc. is going to release a phone/iPod hybrid, there is some new evidence that this company is thinking along those lines.
A trip to his local library gives Antoine Wright some insight into the ways people are -- and aren't -- using mobile computing.
Vaja Releases Classic Case for Motorola Q LandWare Offers Updated Money Magazine Financial Assistant for Palm OS PocketPCTechs Now Repairing Mini USB Ports Find the[...]
Symbian Limited has just announced a new version of its very widely used operating system for smartphones.
What are supposed to be a picture and some specifications of a Treo smartphone that will debut in Europe this fall have appeared on several web sites.
It can't exactly be called an official announcement, but Palm and Vodafone have given the first indication that a Windows Mobile-based Treo will be coming to the international giant's GSM[...]
Step-by-step instructions on how to have email automatically delivered to a Windows Mobile 2003 handheld from an Exchange server using only the software that came on the device.
Antoine Wright was sent a Treo 650 case by Fortte, a high style and quality case maker for mobile devices, and he gives his thoughts in this review.
Good Technology Announces International Distribution Agreements with Bell Mobility and Telstra NTT DoCoMo and Aquafairy Developing Tiny Micro Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell New Piel Frama Leather[...]
Because it doesn't comply with new rules regarding hazardous substances in electronic devices, Palm can no longer ship the LifeDrive Mobile Manager to Europe.
Before the end of July, SanDisk will release a memory card using the format that will eventually replace SD cards.
Mobile Tech News — Free CABviaActiveSync, Sidekicks vs. Credit Cards, BlackBerry 8700 Case, and More
Free Version of CABviaActiveSync Released Sidekicks Can Erase Credit Cards JAVOLeatherCase for BlackBerry 8700c/8700g Now Available Kansas School District Purchases 2,300 Palm TX Handhelds [...]
It's time the general public to submit their votes for the winner of a Black Tie Treo 650.
Daewoo Lucoms has announced its first Ultra Mobile PC. This will strongly resemble the other UMPCs that have already been introduced by other companies.
RIM has been very up-front about its plans to add multimedia features to its BlackBerry line. What this company isn't talking about, though, is the rumor that it is collaborating[...]
Mark/Space has just released an update to its popular synchronization software for Mac OS X that adds support for Pocket PCs and smartphones that run Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0.
Almost a week after revealing plans to release a Windows Mobile Treo later this year, Vodafone has added a page devoted to this smartphone to its web site.
Sony Ericsson Handhelds Getting Remote ActiveSync Functionality from DataViz Berlitz Compact German-English Dictionary Released for Windows Mobile Brighthand Gets Google Toolbar Button Leading Teaching Hospital[...]
Research In Motion's Blackberry email devices are enjoying quite the boom these days, on par with Palm's Treo smartphones. Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, took a look at RIM's[...]
Apple's Chief Financial Officer has said something that makes it clear that his company is definitely interested in getting more involved the mobile phone market.
Palm's CEO has just announced that Wi-Fi to short-range wireless networking will be built into upcoming Treo models.
In this editorial, Antoine Wright considers whether the advantages of having a cellular-wireless device or smartphone outweigh the disadvantages.
Mobile Tech News – Verizon Gets Faster, New RhinoSkin Treo Cases, Black Tie Treo 650 Contest, and More
Expect Faster Data Transfers from Verizon's EV-DO Service New RhinoSkin Cases Released for Treo 650 and 700 Voting in Brighthand's Black Tie Treo 650 Contest Ends[...]
Despite its low price, it costs Motorola so little to make its latest smartphone that even at $200 there's room for profit.
The tabloids are buzzing with the news that someone recently got their hands on the password for Lindsay Lohan's BlackBerry and began sending "disgusting" messages to her friends.
SIPphone has released a version of Gizmo Project for the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet that allows this device to make free telephone calls.
A European company is soon going to be offering a truly bleeding-edge, luxury smartphone... with a price tag to match.
Nokia has begun shipping two new smartphones in its consumer-targeted N series: the N93 and N73.
A contest sponsored by Brighthand and Palm, Inc. has come to an end, and the winner of a new special edition Treo 650 has been picked.
Mobile High Speed For Palm OS Devices Updated New Version of Pocket Internet Explorer Plug-In MultiIE Introduced Documents To Go Released for Devices Running UIQ 3.0[...]
There are still two more Treo smartphones coming before the end of this year, and, not surprisingly, rumors about these models are coming fast and quick.
The number of converged devices shipped worldwide rose 73 percent last quarter, according to market research company Canalys.
At first glance, the Nokia E70 looks like a standard candybar-style phone. However, opening it up reveals a full thumb keyboard This smartphone is part of Nokia’s E series, and[...]
The Nokia E60 uses the standard candybar design, and currently is the only one of the E Series to come without a built-in keyboard. Nevertheless, like all the models in[...]
Although it won't hold a full developer's conference this year, PalmSource is planning to have a mini-conference for developers next month.
The Sony UX180P is the latest in the string of UMPC releases, or as Sony calls it, the Micro PC. Is the $1800 price tag justified though? Brian Beeler weighs[...]
In shape, the Nokia E61 resembles a Treo or BlackBerry, and its designers worked hard to make it as thin as possible. This smartphone is part of Nokia’s E series,[...]
The i-mate JasJar offers a full VGA screen, a 520 MHz Intel processor, and 128 MB of Permanent Memory, built-in Computer Associates eTrust Antivirus software, Skype Internet telephony software, an[...]
Google Maps Extends Real-Time Traffic and Other Features to Mobile Phones HTC Wiki Launched Piel Frama Leather Case for Motorola Q Palm Smartphones/Handhelds Used by[...]
Microsoft has demonstrated a prototype of an operating system it is creating to run on very inexpensive computers for third-world countries.
In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright discusses the real failing in handhelds and smartphones.
The failure of PalmSource and Access to meet contract obligations may result in the termination of Palm Inc's involvement in the development of a future Palm OS successor.
Antoine Wright, in an attempt to save himself from drowning under a heap of Post-It Notes, checks out a classic application for taking hand-written notes on a PDA.
Vegas Plans Mobile Gambling Trials Handheld Computing Magazine Ends Publication Plantronics Releases New Headsets Palm Appoints Bill Coleman to Board of Directors
To address the needs of those who want to store a great many songs on their smartphones, SanDisk is introducing a 2 GB card that uses one of the tiniest[...]
Some new evidence has emerged to back up the rumors that Apple, Inc. is gearing up to introduce some kind of iPod/phone combination.