Popular CDMA Articles for 2006
Brian Beeler brings us this review of a Windows Mobile Smartphone that offers the combination of cutting-edge design and a relatively price.
According to French website Mobinaute, Motorola has confirmed that the Motorola Q has been cancelled in Europe and the only model that will see the light of day is the[...]
Many of the most popular smartphones bear the Windows Mobile logo, but anyone considering buying one of these should be aware that there are two very different versions of Windows[...]
Dell: Axim line not dead Sketchy picture of Microsoft's next two versions of Windows Mobile Motorola Q smartphone sighted on Verizon website
Verizon plans crackdown on EVDO users Google, Earthlink to run San Francisco Wi-Fi net Patriot shows off 16 GB CompactFlash card, 8 GB SD[...]
BellSouth to New Orleans: shut down free WiFi Sprint plans for EVDO Revision A Rogers Canada to offer 1.5 Mbit wireless broadband 1SRC mocks us
Claim: Low memory cripples Treo 700w Bluetooth SIG adopts Ultra-wide band standard WiFi almost everywhere in five years, says company; Google publishes new patents Miniature Pocket PC[...]
In this week's editorial, Adama Brown discusses the effect the next-generation of the wireless Internet will have on mobile devices.
A member of the BlackBerry 8700 series of cellular-wireless handhelds is now available to Verizon Wireless' customers. This is the first CDMA member of this series, and it offers support[...]
A highly-anticipated Windows Mobile Smartphone might be released later than expected.
Verizon intends to introduce a black version of the Motorola Q in just a few days, according to an unconfirmed report.
A mid-tier U.S. carrier, Alltel Wireless, in now offering the Palm Treo 700wx, a Pocket PC phone.
The world's largest phone maker has announced that it is essentially getting out of the business of making phones for CDMA cellular-wireless networks.
Bell Canada is now offering the Motorola Q, a Windows Mobile Smartphone with a built-in keyboard and EV-DO support.
A report from Engadget citing a "highly reliable source" claims the Motorola Q is definitely coming to market but not until April. And that's just the CDMA version slated for[...]