Popular Linux Articles for 2006
Opera Software has released Opera Mini 3.0, the latest version of its free web browser that can run on most mobile phones.
After PalmSource revealed some additional details on the next version of the Palm OS last week, this company gave some demonstrations of this upcoming operating system. Some pictures of it[...]
Demand for Nokia's Linux-based Internet Tablet has turned out to be greater than even its creator expected.
PalmSource says that the next version of the Palm OS might not have the same look and feel as previous ones.
A report from PalmSource's mini developers conference brings some new information on how work is progressing on the replacement for the Palm OS.
The mylo is a small wireless device that allow users to exchange instant messages, browse the Internet, listen to music, send emails, and view photos. Ed Hardy brings us this[...]
Treo 700w bug may affect appointments New HTC devices offer 4 GB storage, 3G broadband HP talks turkey about mobile device market New mobile printing app [...]
Today, Sharp took the wraps off the Zaurus SL-C3200, its latest model with a built-in 6 GB hard-drive.
In his latest editorial, Ed Hardy asks, "Now that Palm, Inc. is essentially back to the same point it was in 2003, what's going to happen next?"
A web site claims to have definitive proof that Palm, Inc. is developing its own Linux-based operating system, separate from the one being created by PalmSource.
Those hoping to add additional applications to Sony's latest gadget should be pleased to learn that this handheld device runs a version of Linux.
In this week's editorial, Adama Brown discusses the effect the next-generation of the wireless Internet will have on mobile devices.
Zi Corporation's eZiText and Decuma technologies will be built into Access Systems' upcoming operating system.
Sony has announced plans to introduce a small wireless device that will allow users to exchange instant messages, browse the Internet, listen to music, send emails, and view photos.
An upcoming mobile device will combine the features of a laptop, PDA, and smartphone.
Pretec is continuing to hold onto bragging rights as the source for the world's highest capacity flash memory cards.
In this editorial, Antoine Wright takes a look at the various input methods in today's mobile devices.
Possible confirmation of Apple iPod phone Slingbox mobile client now available Brighthand: Palm must commit to Linux [...]
According to the latest rumors, an iPod/phone combination will debut at the MacWorld Expo in January. This will supposedly be followed up with more models in this series in subsequent[...]
According to a survey done by market-research firm IDC, those who use a smartphone are generally more satisfied with their devices than those who have a standard "dumb" phone.