Popular Accessories Articles for 2006
Spectec has unveiled a Wi-Fi card for smartphones with a microSD slot.
As many people get ready to travel during this holiday season, Brighthand forum moderator Magellan has a review comparing three Palm OS applications that provide GPS navigation.
Brian Beeler brings us his thoughts on a leather case that Vaja has created for the Motorola Q.
The mylo is a small wireless device that allow users to exchange instant messages, browse the Internet, listen to music, send emails, and view photos. Ed Hardy brings us this[...]
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[...]
Treo 700w bug may affect appointments New HTC devices offer 4 GB storage, 3G broadband HP talks turkey about mobile device market New mobile printing app [...]
Ed Hardy brings us this review of the Roadmaster VRFM8, an adapter that lets users play music and podcasts stored on a handheld, smartphone, iPod, or USB drive over[...]
Well-known mobile device expert Alan Grassia gives some easy ways to prevent damage to your handheld or smartphone.
Verizon plans crackdown on EVDO users Google, Earthlink to run San Francisco Wi-Fi net Patriot shows off 16 GB CompactFlash card, 8 GB SD[...]
Well-known handheld expert Alan Grassia reviews RhinoSkin's new Treo 700 leather and aluminum cases.
Adama D. Brown brings us a review of Just Mobile's Wi-Fi card. The claim to fame of this SDIO card isn't just its low profile, but the fact that it[...]
Fossil, Inc. has just announced the Caller ID wristwatch. This analog/digital watch will use Bluetooth wireless networking to allow users to view incoming caller ID information, as well as perform[...]
Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, takes a look a the MV900, a portable high-end speakerphone that's usable with virtually any device featuring Bluetooth or USB.
Antoine Wright tests out the latest navigational guide for Palm's smartphones and handhelds, and brings us this review.
Ed Hardy tried out an innovative wireless headset from Motorola and found it to be impractical in real-world use.
Think Outside has taken the wraps off a new folding portable keyboard that can work with over 600 different types of handhelds, smartphones, and computers.
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[...]
According to Adama D. Brown, Microsoft's latest mobile endeavor, the Zune, shows about as much common sense as most of the company's previous new product pushes. That is to say,[...]
Sling Media has just introduced the full version of SlingPlayer Mobile for Windows Mobile Smartphones. This means that Pocket PC and Smartphone users can now watch everything they could on[...]
Company touts embedded laser projectors HTC Star Trek now available in Asia The Zen of Windows Mobile? ETEN may parter with Quanta