Popular CDMA Articles for 2003
The Sony Erricsson T608, the first CDMA mobile phone with Bluetooth, is available in limited quantities from Sprint PCS.
Confused by numbers like 802.11 and 2.5G, or by the alphabet soup of PANs and WANs, CDMA and TDMA, or GSM and GPRS? Well, maybe we can help.
Handspring’s FCC filing gives the first glimpse of the differences between the CDMA and GSM/GPRS versions of this upcoming smart phone.
The SPH-i500, a smartphone that runs Palm OS 4.1, is now available on Sprint’s nationwide CDMA 1XRTT wireless network.
Legend has debuted its first Palm OS handheld, CDMA phone users will soon be able to use Bluetooth, CompUSA has an amazing price on a CompactFlash modem, and more.
Hitachi and Samsung unveil handhelds based on Microsoft's new CDMA-compatible version of Pocket PC Phone Edition. Hitachi's devices includes an integrated digital camera and thumb keyboard.
Dell is now offering a free CF card with its Pocket PC models, ClieFiles 1.1 can extract the contents of ZIP files, some companies have teamed up to offer a[...]
As we previously reported, a mysterious Hitachi PDA with keyboard and the Samsung i700 will be formally announced today in conjunction with a Microsoft announcement regarding their entry into the[...]
IMRI, a Korean LCD and monitor maker, is introducing a great looking PDA with a bunch of features including CDMA, integrated WiFi and a huge battery. I spoke with IMRI[...]
CDMA Treo 600 at Amazon for $249 after rebates iPaq 5550 firmware update Tungsten E aluminum case
New Axim to debut in 2004 with WiFi, Bluetooth, CDMA, GSM/GPRS? Hexacto's Links golf game available on PocketPC Palm Zire wins IDEA2003 Gold award[...]