Popular Android Articles for 2005
While the names aren't very interesting and far too similar, this new set of Smartphones from Nokia still manages to stand out, largely because of their design. The Nokia E61[...]
It's that time of year again, when wallets open and traffic increases to meet the needs for the next few months of work and holidays. Here at BargainPDA, we want[...]
Sprint PCS has quietly launched the PPC-6700. It's available now to business customers at $480, which is an aggressive price considering alternatives. The Sprint PCS PPC-6700 is their branded version[...]
SharkCache was created to help deal with the the infamous "Lag" -- the delay that happens when the LifeDrive opens an application.
One of Nintendo's portable gaming consoles will soon have far more robust text entry capabilities, opening up the possibility that professionally-oriented applications could be developed for it.
In an attempt to quell lingering doubts, Palm's CEO has released an open letter expressing his company's strong support for the Palm OS.
SharkCache is a new application designed specifically to increase the speed at which the palmOne LifeDrive opens applications.
palmOne is going to open an engineering center focused on speeding up the process of getting palmOne's smartphones certified for use on the networks of European wireless carriers.
Motricity has opened a store exclusively for applications that work with Fossil's Palm Powered Wrist PDA.
Beiks has opened a new section of its Web site devoted to software compatible with Fossil?s new Abacus Wrist PDA.
PDATopSoft.com has opened a software store that will offer games for devices running Palm OS, Pocket PC, Windows Mobile Smartphone, BlackBerry, and Symbian.
Palm has opened another store to sell it's handhelds, smartphones, and accessories directly to the public. This latest one is in Palo Alto, Calif.
Nokia is using open source software as the basis of a new web browser for Series 60.
The Active Case line provides the protection of a crystal-clear hard shell, and the ability to view calendar and contacts without opening the case.
Sprint activates EVDO network Man arrested for using open WiFi Editorial: PalmSource dead, platform next?
If you're interested in Smartphones, especially for business use, you'll want to check out the upcoming Smartphone Summit in San Francisco on September 26th. The event opens right before the[...]
If Hitachi has their way, consumer electronics like PDAs will offer small integrated hard disk drives for storage. Hitachi will be opening five design studios around the world to help[...]