Apps 2007 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Apps Articles for 2007

Apple iPhone User Review

Apple has finally introduced the iPhone, its long-awaited combination iPod and mobile phone. Nick Spohnholtz was one of the first to pick up this device, and shares with us this[...]

T-Mobile Wing Review

The T-Mobile Wing is a Pocket PC phone with Wi-Fi and a slide-out keyboard. Ed Hardy brings us a review of this high-end device loaded with features designed to appeal[...]

iPhone: Impressive, Yes, but What Does It DO?

In the aftermath of Apple's iPhone announcement, Brighthand's Adama D. Brown uses his latest editorial to take a skeptical look at this upcoming smartphone.

PdaNet Review

PdaNet from June Fabrics Technology is an application for the Palm OS and Windows Mobile that lets you use your smartphone's high-speed data connection with a Windows PC.

Apple iPod touch First Impressions Review

Kevin O'Brien was able to get his hands on Apple's just released iPod touch, and brings us his thoughts on this hot new model after spending a few hours with[...]

A Version of the HTC Touch in Development for Sprint or Verizon

HTC has revealed that it is developing a CDMA version of a smartphone whose fingertip-oriented control system invites comparison to Apple's iPhone. This will include features not in the GSM[...]

Access Linux Platform (ALP) First Thoughts

Brighthand's Ed Hardy recently was able to get a firsthand look at Access' Linux-based operating system for smartphones, including a demonstration of it running legacy Palm OS applications.

No Third-Party Applications for the iPhone

Despite Apple's announcement yesterday of the iPhone, some of the details of this device are still trickling out. Probably the most significant of these is the revelation that Apple will[...]

Mobile Tech News — Flat-Rate Data Roaming, Free iPhone Publicity, Mobile WiMAX

Vodafone Announces New Flat-Rate Data Roaming Charge Apple Has Received $400 million in Free iPhone Publicity Sprint Nextel to Roll Out Mobile WiMAX Services in Texas[...]

Nokia Unveils Two 8 GB Smartphones

In a shot clearly aimed at Apple's iPhone, Nokia has taken the wraps off two upcoming smartphones with 8 GB of built-in storage: the N95 and the N81.

HTC Touch — A Smartphone Designed to Compete with the iPhone

HTC Corp. has just launched the HTC Touch, a smartphone whose fingertip-oriented control system was clearly created to compete with Apple's iPhone.

An Initial Overview of the Android User Interface

Google and the Open Handset Alliance have released a video showing prototype devices running the new Android open-source operating system for smartphones. The company has also announced it is giving[...]

Apple vs. iPhony: Why I Agree with Apple

Recently, there has been much talk about the iPhone and its knock off, iPhony. This is an emulator of the user interface of Apple's upcoming smartphone. In this editorial, Ed[...]

An Advanced Look at the Palm Foleo AKA the “Hawk”

Palm Inc. has apparently accidentally leaked some of the details on the product Jeff Hawkins will release announce later today, the company's first Mobile Companion.

More Pictures of the Palm Gandolf Emerge

Earlier this summer, the first reports began to surface of what is supposed to be Palm, Inc.'s next Treo. Now, what appear to be several new images of this device[...]

Most Popular Smartphones and PDAs of May 2007

Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most handhelds and smartphones readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. There was a resurgence of interest[...]

Visions of a MacBook touch

Perry Longinotti from NotebookReview.com brings us this guest editorial that predicts Apple will announce a "super-size" iPod touch in January.

Third-Party Version of Quick Install Supports Windows Vista

Business Technology Solved has released Vista Simple Installer, an application that performs the same tasks as Palm Quick Install, but offers support for Windows Vista. *UPDATED*

Dell No Longer Offering Any Axim Models

With absolutely no fanfare, Dell has stopped offering the Axim X51 series. This means the company has discontinued the last of its much applauded Pocket PCs. *UPDATED*

Apple Returning to the Traditional Handheld Market

Apple has just announced the new iPod touch. As this will include touchscreen input, Wi-Fi, and a web browser, Apple has finally re-entered the traditional handheld market, which has stayed[...]