Popular Analysis Articles for 2011
In his latest column, our European correspondent Dragan Petric takes a look at several options that allow non-programmers to create smartphone software, and also considers how this is going to[...]
Nokia has been the king of the world handset market for almost as long as anyone can remember, but recently its crown has begun to slip. In his latest column,[...]
Looking for a new job is never as easy as a walk on the beach. In increasing numbers, though, apps are cropping up that let you manage your job hunt,[...]
Here are ten of the coolest apps for taking care of business while you're on the go, whether you're using an iPhone or an Android-based device.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 still faces a long catch-up game against the Android OS and Apple's iOS, but a future update code-named "Mango" with 500 new features now gives Microsoft[...]
Although the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board wants a complete ban on using a cell phone for any reason while driving, Brighthand's Site Editor has a a better suggestion: let's[...]
Our European correspondent has returned from Shenzhen, China. A small fishing village just three decades ago, it has metamorphosed into a megalopolis with over 10 million residents.
Anyone can use a smartphone for phone calling, texting, and browsing the Web. Yet, what sets smartphones apart from usually cheaper featurephones is in their ability to run apps that[...]
In his latest "From the Editors Desk" column, Ed Hardy discusses why HP was forced to end its plans to release phones and tablets based on the webOS, and what[...]
With the passing of Steve Jobs, two men who previously worked behind the scenes have been thrust into the limelight: the new CEO Tim Cook, and the head of product[...]
While doing your holiday shopping this year, take a look at some fun and/or practical camera accessories, docking stations, chargers, and other iPhone add-ons, each priced $15 to $130.[...]
Still doing last-minute shopping? Technology Guide has put together 25 gift suggestions for accessories you can get for someone on your list who has a smartphone, tablet, or PC.
There are a lot of great phones available, and finding the right one for the student, busy executive, or soccer mom in your life can be a challenge. In hopes[...]
Looking back over 2011, there have been some spectacular failures, but some big successes, too. The Brighthand editorial staff considers the previous 12 months and picks the winners and losers,[...]
Analyst Mike Grant points out that Google's purchase of Motorola Mobility could lead to the company becoming more like Apple, a vertical business that produces its own hardware and the[...]
China is a vast and as-yet undeveloped market where making tremendous profit is possible. It is also able to aggressively compete on the world market. Brighthand's European corespondent brings us[...]
The biggest news in the smartphone world this week was Google's announcement that it is buying Motorola Mobility. Brighthand Site Editor Ed Hardy weighs in on this issue to point[...]