Popular Palm OS Articles for 2006
Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, brings us his hands-on review of Palm's latest smartphone, the Treo 700p.
After getting some hands-on time with Palm's latest smartphone, the Treo 680, Brian Beeler brings us his impressions, along with numerous pictures.
Step-by-step instructions for how to change the DNS server on your Palm, Pocket PC, or Smartphone -- a simple process that can decrease the time it takes many devices to[...]
Brighthand's Antoine Wright has spent several days with the newest Treo, and is ready to share his first impressions of this Palm OS-based smartphone.
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[...]
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.
As many people get ready to travel during this holiday season, Brighthand forum moderator Magellan has a review comparing three Palm OS applications that provide GPS navigation.
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[...]
Opera Software has released Opera Mini 3.0, the latest version of its free web browser that can run on most mobile phones.
A company called EQO Communications has introduced an application that lets some of the latest Treo models use the Skype service to make voice calls for free.
Palm's CEO has just announced that Wi-Fi to short-range wireless networking will be built into upcoming Treo models.
Pictures and a description of what is supposedly the next Palm OS smartphone have emerged.
Palm, Inc. has just taken the wraps off its latest Palm OS smartphone, the Treo 700p Long time Treo users will be happy to hear that this device addresses most[...]
In this editorial, Ed Hardy warns long-time Palm OS and Windows Mobile users that their favorite mobile operating system is undergoing a significant redesign.
It's still just a rumor, but some details have emerged on a Palm OS and a Windows Mobile Treo smartphone supposedly coming later this year.
In his latest editorial, Ed Hardy goes out on a limb to predict that Palm, Inc. will soon come out with new handhelds.
PalmSource says that the next version of the Palm OS might not have the same look and feel as previous ones.
Brighthand's Brian Beeler brings us a review of Pocket Express, which he says quickly made it to his critical applications list.
For those who just can't get enough of the Treo Nitro, a couple of new pictures of this upcoming smartphone have appeared.
A report from PalmSource's mini developers conference brings some new information on how work is progressing on the replacement for the Palm OS.