Popular S60 Articles for 2008
In his latest review, Antoine Wright says, "If you need a smartphone that works very hard, but leaves room to play, it's very hard to find anything out currently that[...]
Skyfire is a newly announced web browser for mobile devices. Brighthand's Ed Hardy has been testing out a early beta of this application, and he calls it "far and away[...]
Apple's iPhone OS and Google's Android OS have a great deal in common; both are Linux-based operating systems for smartphones. But Ed Hardy's latest editorial discusses the dramatic differences[...]
Energizer has a solution for people who can never seem to find a power outlet when they need one. Kevin O'Brien has a review of this company's portable battery[...]
Nokia has unveiled its latest high-end Symbian/S60 smartphone with a multimedia focus, the N96. This device is on display now at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and Brighthand's Kevin[...]
Antoine Wright brings us a review of the Nokia N81 8GB a Symbian/S60 smartphone with an emphasis on multimedia and gaming.
The Nokia N96 is currently Nokia's multimedia flagship model, and offers a range of high-end features, including TV-Out. Antoine Wright brings us a review of this consumer-oriented smartphone.
Since it was announced a little over a month ago, Opera Software's newest version of its web browser for mobile devices has been hotly anticipated by users seeking a next[...]
The Nokia N78 was launched in the United States last week, and we bring you a video overview of the features offered by this new consumer-oriented S60 smartphone.
New technologies like projection displays have the potential to revolutionize mobile computers, and Antoine Wright has been thinking hard about the future of touch-based user interfaces.
Nokia calls the N81 8GB a "multimedia computer" rather than a simple smartphone, and Antoine Wright has had a few days to see if this device lives up to the[...]
The latest N95 system software update brings a number of enhancements to speed up this high-end smartphone.
Nokia has released the E63, a smartphone similar to this company's popular E71, but with a more accessible price point and tweaked physical design.
Antoine Wright continues his series of editorials talking about his experiences moving from a Palm OS smartphone to one running Symbian/S60. Today he covers the third-party software he has found[...]
The U.S. Department of Transportation has instituted new rules for carrying spare batteries on an airplane. Starting today, these must go in the traveler's carry-on baggage, not in their checked[...]
One of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) in the Brighthand forums is about the differences between the 3G wireless networking standards offered by the U.S. telecoms. Adama Brown does his[...]
Brighthand's Ed Hardy uses his latest editorial to take the makers of most mobile devices to task for the lame web browsers included with their devices.
A leaked video shows a variant of Nokia's E71 smartphone, with it the assumption of it being its possible successor.
Nokia is readying two E-series devices -- the E66 and E71 -- for release soon, as evidenced by press photos that have appeared on the Web.
Nokia had announced the N97, a top-of-the-line smartphone featuring a touchscreen, sliding keyboard, and a host of sensors and wireless connectivity options.