Palm 2003 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Palm Articles for 2003

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Tungsten T3

Palm took its Tungsten T series back to the drawing board, and the result is a handheld that offers significant improvements, including a high-resolution screen, more memory, a faster processor,[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Tungsten E

Brighthand's Steve Bush takes the new Palm Tungsten E for a test drive and finds that you get top-of-the-line performance at a value price.

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Tungsten C

Palm?s latest high-end handheld, the Tungsten C, is a breakthrough device for the platform, offering a 400 MHz processor, 64 MB of RAM, and built-in Wi-Fi wireless networking.

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Zire 21

Palm had a tough job when it set out to replace its very successful Zire. Amazingly, it was able to create a handheld with the same good looks and $99[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Samsung i500

Combining a cell phone and a PDA into a modern-day uber device is no simple task. The result is often either a clunky, oversized phone or a svelte handheld with[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Zire 71

Palm's newest mid-range handheld, the Zire 71, is all that and a bag of chips. Well, maybe not a bag of chips, but at the very least a darn good[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Sony Clie TG50

The new Sony Clie PEG-TG50 is the company's latest Palm OS 5 model. It includes a high-resolution screen, an integrated keyboard, and Bluetooth wireless networking.

Handspring Unveils Treo 600

After giving a sneak peak of the device last week, Handspring has taken the wraps off its next-generation smartphone with Palm OS 5, a digital camera, and an SD slot.[...]

Hands on the Palm Wireless Keyboard

One of Palm's latest accessory offerings is a keyboard that uses infrared to communicate with a handheld, which means it can be used with almost any Palm OS model. Brighthand's[...]

In depth – Palm Tungsten T3

It never rains, but it pours. Hot on the heels of Sony's wireless clamshell, Palm appears to be planning the Holy Grail of Palm-powered PDAs: a single piece tablet with[...]

Graffiti’s Dead, Long Live Graffiti 2

Bowing to legal pressures, PalmSource announces its plans to abandon Graffiti in favor of a modified version of CIC's Jot character recognition software

REVIEW – Palm Solutions Group Tungsten T3

The speculation is over. Finally the Palm Tungsten T3 has arrived. - Palm Tungsten T3 Review by Barry J. Doyle

Palm OS 6 Ready This Year

PalmSource reveals details about the next version of its popular handheld operating system and says it will have the final version in the hands of its licensees on December 29.[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Palm Tungsten W

Palm's 3rd generation wireless handheld adds telephony and a high-resolution color display to an already potent mix.

2004: The Year of VGA

Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief predicts there will be a good number of handhelds introduced next year with 640-by-480 pixel screens, which will include both Pocket PC and Palm OS models. However, this[...]

Motorola A760 – Linux and Java PDA/Phone (NEW PICS)

Motorola has announced the A760, a flip form factor that looks like a hip Treo 300. It's packed with features like: digital camera, video player, MP3 player, speakerphone, advanced messaging,[...]

REVIEW – Palm Solutions Group Tungsten E

The Palm Tungsten E is intended as a low-end business unit to supplement Palm's high-end models. Though it may not be exactly what everyone expected, as a cheap workhorse it[...]

Palm vs. Pocket PC: The Paths Grow Nearer

Palm handhelds are becoming more full-featured while Pockets PCs are getting slimmer, lighter and cheaper. So where are we headed in the pursuit of the perfect device?

Brighthand Reviews the Sony Clie SJ33

Sony's newest handheld, the Clie PEG-SJ33, is a mid-range Palm Powered model that includes an integrated MP3 player and a design and price targeted to appeal to younger users.

Review – Handspring Treo 600

The Handspring Treo 600 is often considered the best smartphone yet made. So what exactly does that mean? In this review of the Treo 600 we investigate that question[...]