Popular Mobile Internet Device Articles for 2007
The latest in Nokia's Internet Tablet series of traditional handhelds is the N810, the first with integrated GPS capabilities and a slide-out keyboard. Ed Hardy brings us this review.
Antoine Wright brings us this review of the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet, a device that's about the size of a smartphone or handheld but offers a lot more functionality.
A new model in Nokia's Internet Tablet series will be on the market soon, and Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief has some first thoughts on the N810 after spending a bit of time[...]
Sprint reportedly plans to release next year a version of the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet with the 4G cellular-wireless networking standard Mobile WiMAX.
Nokia has taken the wraps off the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, an updated version of this traditional handheld with integrated GPS capabilities and slide-out keyboard.
At a speech today, Anand Chandrasekher, Intel's senior vice president, outlined processor platforms and new UMPC and Mobile Internet Devices that will be coming from his company in the next[...]
A few stores are now offering the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, and more are expected to begin carrying this device in the next few days.
Intel used its recent developer's forum to call attention to its latest mobile device initiative. The company is putting the finishing touches on the processors needed for what it considers[...]
Intel has released a tiny solid-state drive for portable products like smartphones and mobile Internet devices. It is smaller than a penny and weighs less than a drop of water,[...]
Maemo is developing a new web browser for the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet that will be based on the Gekko rendering engine, which is based on the same core as[...]
Nokia has introduced a new Feature Pack for S60-based smartphones. The latest version of this mobile operating system was primarily created for mid-range devices, and this latest update offers numerous[...]