Popular S60 Articles for 2006
In this guest review, long-time smartphone user Perry Longinotti shares his thoughts on a new business-oriented devices from Nokia. The E61 offers an impressive list of features, including a built-in[...]
Adama D. Brown tests out a new S60 smartphone now being offered by Cingular Wireless.
Opera Software has released Opera Mini 3.0, the latest version of its free web browser that can run on most mobile phones.
Mobile phone giant Nokia has taken the wraps of three new smartphones in its consumer-targeted N series: the N93, N73, and N72. All of them run S60 Third Edition on[...]
Demand for Nokia's Linux-based Internet Tablet has turned out to be greater than even its creator expected.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most popular handhelds and smartphones. Fall is the time for new devices, and this month's list is dominated by handhelds and smartphones[...]
A major U.S. cellular provider is finally going to offer one of Nokia's cellular-wireless handhelds to the general public.
Nokia has announced a Series 60 smartphone focused on giving users access to Internet services.
According to some some images that have appeared on the Web, Nokia intends to introduce a replacement for the E61/E62 called the E62i that will be much thinner than its[...]
The Nokia 770 has been on the market since late last year, but it hasn't exactly taken the world by storm. This might change if a recent deal between its[...]
In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright shares his thoughts on what could mean for our society when everyone is constantly connected to the Internet.
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.
In a recent interview, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer dismissed many rival operating systems for smartphones as "niche players".
Nokia, after years of putting virtually all its emphasis on Europe, is finally going to get serious about the United States. Later this month, Chicago will be home to the[...]
Already popular in Europe, Nokia is going to release a variant of its E6x series in the U.S. through Cingular Wireless.
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Good Technology Announces International Distribution Agreements with Bell Mobility and Telstra NTT DoCoMo and Aquafairy Developing Tiny Micro Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell New Piel Frama Leather[...]
According to unconfirmed reports currently circulating on the Web, the next version of Nokia's Internet Tablet will be called the 330 and will be smaller than its predecessor, but add[...]
SIPphone has released a version of Gizmo Project for the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet that allows this device to make free telephone calls.
In the most recent quarter, shipments of handhelds grew 6.6 percent, thanks largly to expanding interest in cellular-wireless devices.