Bluetooth 2005 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Bluetooth Articles for 2005

Palm TX Review

Sporting WiFi, Bluetooth, 128 MB of memory, a sleek black case, and a $299 pricetag, the Palm TX is the newest bigshot on the PalmOS block.

Brighthand Reviews the palmOne Tungsten E2

palmOne's latest offers a brighter screen, non-volatile memory, Bluetooth, and a faster processor than its very popular predecessor.

Samsung SCH-i730 Review

Samsung's SCH-i730 is Samsung's current entry into the PDA/Phone category. What sets this model apart from its Windows Mobile/Palm competitors? EVDO data capability, for one. The i730[...]

palmOne Treo 650 GSM Version Review

When the Treo 600 was first announced around the middle of 2003, I was excited in thinking that it would be the ultimate all in one gadget. However, when[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard for Palm OS

Brighthand Staffer Shawn Barnett reports on his experiences with the new Palm OS driver for Think Outside's portable Bluetooth keyboard.

Wireless Carriers Must Stop Crippling Bluetooth

Ed Hardy urges carriers to end their habit of disabling some functions on their Bluetooth-enabled phones, forcing their users to pay for services they otherwise could have for free.

PDA News – More new iPaqs, Treo updates, iPaq 6500 release date

iPaq 6320 & 6700 PocketPC communicators Software updates for Treo 650 Bluetooth, Sprint roaming Reported dates for iPaq 6500

palmOne LifeDrive Mobile Manager Debuts

palmOne's first model with a built-in 4 GB hard drive has just been released. It also has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a high-res+ screen.

palmOne Introduces Tungsten E2

The Tungsten E2 a offers a brighter color screen, non-volatile memory, Bluetooth wireless networking, and a more powerful battery than its predecessor.

Verizon Launches Samsung i730

Verizon Wireless is now offering the Samsung i730 to its largest customers, and it will go on sale to the general public next month. This cellular-wireless Pocket PC offers Wi-Fi,[...]

T-Mobile Germany Announces the MDA IV Windows Mobile Smartphone

The MDA IV will be declared by some as the perfect PDA/phone combo unit. It features a swivel screen, integrated keyboard, and support for GSM, GPRS, UTMS, WiFi and Bluetooth.[...]

Introducing… Bluetooth Version 2.0

Your Tablet PC, cell phone or PDA is bound to have a built-in Bluetooth radio. This short-range wireless technology has evolved into a a brand new faster variant. Read up[...]

Sprint PCS PPC-6700 First Thoughts

We got our hands on a demo PPC-6700 today and it's a pretty impressive device. The 6700 is a little smaller than I expected, it actually pockets pretty well, but[...]

New Dell Axim Series Gets Bluetooth Approval

The Bluetooth Qualification Program has given its approval for Dell to release the Axim X51/X51v series.

First Thoughts – Sprint PPC-6700

The Sprint PPC 6700, also known as the HTC Apache, is the newest PocketPC phone available on the Sprint network. Featuring Bluetooth, WiFi, EVDO, and Windows Mobile 5.0, we take[...]

Dell Axim X51 and X51v Confirmed, HP rx1950 Rumored

A Dell refresh of their PDA models has been announced by the Bluetooth SIG. They posted approval for the Dell Axim X51 and X51v on their website. HP meanwhile is[...]

Sprint PCS Launches the PPC-6700 Smartphone

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[...]

PDA News – Bluetooth SIG speaks, Windows Mobile 2005, Western Digital Microdrives

Bluetooth SIG speaks out against Bluetooth crippling Leaked screenshots of Windows Mobile 2005 Western Digital to manufacture microdrives

Palm Treo 700w

Engadget has managed to get their hands on a fully functional Palm Treo 700w that runs Windows Mobile 5. The Treo 700w also includes EVDO, Bluetooth, megapixel camera and 64MB[...]

Speculation on the palmOne LifeDrive PDA (Tungsten T7)

We know new palmOne devices are coming, they confirmed at least two in April and May on their last financial conference call. Since that call the speculation as to what's[...]