Popular Dell Articles for 2006
Dell: Axim line not dead Sketchy picture of Microsoft's next two versions of Windows Mobile Motorola Q smartphone sighted on Verizon website
In his latest editorial, Ed Hardy discusses the evidence that points to Dell introducing a new line of Pocket PCs in 2007.
A rumor is circulating that Dell intends to phase out its line of traditional handhelds and switch to smartphones.
Photos, reports on upcoming Treo smartphone Treo 700w likely to get push email on or about April 26 Report: Dell to desist making new handhelds
Rumor: Axim line to be discontinued Microsoft mobile division makes profit RIM: Victim or perpetrator?
HTC profits up sharply Reports: Axim ROM upgrade coming soon iPAQ hx2790 may get 320 MB flash Dell to Microsoft: Fix Bluetooth
Dell has posted on its support web site a pair of ROM updates for the Axim X51 and X51v.
Reports: Dell planning to market UMPC NEC claims new displays brighter, vivid in sunlight Blackberry Connect for Palm actually in use Pricing details on DualCor cPC
Dell has posted on its support web site a system software update for Axim X50 series models that have been updated to Windows Mobile 5.0.
Wall Street reporters are having a field day with a letter written by major Palm shareholder, Mark Nelson, calling for the sale of Palm to a larger company. That seems[...]
Dell responds to Axim rumors Microsoft, Intel push "ultra mobile" PCs Fujitsu posts Loox C550
A new report raises serious questions about whether there will be any more Windows Mobile devices coming from Dell.
40% off Crumpler Treo Cases 20% off Palm GPS kit Dell Axim X51 $173 Free T-Mobile SDA, MDA $99Palm TX $256
In the most recent quarter, shipments of handhelds grew 6.6 percent, thanks largly to expanding interest in cellular-wireless devices.
Shipments of handheld computers continued to grow during the second quarter of this year, but at relatively slow rate of 2.7 percent. Still, it was the best second quarter for[...]
Greenpeace has ranked the makers of all types of electronics by how friendly they are to the environment, and two companies that produce mobile devices -- Nokia and Dell --[...]