Popular Handhelds Articles for 2006
Research In Motion's Blackberry email devices are enjoying quite the boom these days, on par with Palm's Treo smartphones. Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, took a look at RIM's[...]
In his latest review, Adama D. Brown takes a close look at HP's most recent handheld, a Pocket PC with a GPS receiver and 2 GB of built-in storage.
Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, takes Garmin's iQue 3000 for a spin. This handheld is an attempt to entice users with the prospect of combining GPS-guided navigation and Palm[...]
In the last few days a device that was once HP's flagship handheld has quietly disappeared from this company's web site.
Ed Hardy gives us his thoughts on a hardware/software combination that lets people stream TV shows and other multimedia content from their homes to their handhelds.
The OQO Model 01+ is not quite a handheld computer, not quite a tablet, and not quite a laptop, but mimics functions of all three. It's a 1 GHz desktop[...]
In the niche world of GPS PDAs, Mobile Crossing is far from the first name to come to mind, being eclipsed by big-name Garmin, or dedicated innovator Mitac. We've taken[...]
The FCC has given T-Mobile permission to release the next version of the Sidekick cellular-wireless handheld in the U.S. As a result, many of the details on this upcoming device[...]
Staff Writer and long-time handheld user Shawn Barnett brings his experiences with Fossil's Palm OS-based Wrist PDA and one of its rivals using Microsoft's Wrist Net technology.
T-mobile released the T-mobile SDA Smartphone in mid February, and with its advanced features including WiFi, Windows Mobile 5.0, EDGE and media capabilities, one would find a hard time remembering[...]
Reports: Loox phone details, new handhelds Video out card for SDIO slots? Palm Lifedrive 2 rumor probably false; Palm cuts Lifedrive retail price
Step-by-step instructions on how to have email automatically delivered to a Windows Mobile 2003 handheld from an Exchange server using only the software that came on the device.
While differing definitions of what a handheld is make it difficult to come up with exact figures for the number of these devices that shipped last year, some trends are[...]
For the second time in just a couple of months, Palm, Inc. has cut the price of its flagship handheld.
Recently, some very sketchy details have emerged on what might be a future cellular-wireless handheld from Nokia.
Today, for the first time, Palm cut the price for its premier handheld by 10 percent.
Capping months of rumors and speculation, T-Mobile has just officially taken the wraps off the Sidekick 3, which will include many features that are new to this line of cellular-wireless[...]
In his latest editorial, Ed Hardy goes out on a limb to predict that Palm, Inc. will soon come out with new handhelds.
Asus had on display a few of their recent PDA offerings and an upcoming VoIP integrated SmartPhone, the Asus P525. The P525 first showed up here at CeBIT 2006[...]
One of Palm's latest handhelds now can use one of this company's most important peripherals.