Most Popular Sidekick Articles
The T-Mobile Sidekick 2, also sold as the Danger Hiptop 2, is a fun-loving converged device. This device is definitely targeted at consumers in the 16 - 30 year[...]
T-Mobile has been absent from most events we attend, mostly because they haven't launched a Smartphone in a long time. So we were surprised to see them at DigitalLife, even[...]
The Sidekick iD is the latest entry in this line of consumer-oriented smartphones. It uses the same form-factor as the Sidekick 3, but to lower the cost many of the[...]
The next model in T-Mobile's Sidekick line of smartphones has not yet been announced; nevertheless, details are starting to leak out.
Details are amazingly thin on the new release for T-Mobile, the Sidekick 3 made by Danger. We've seen more image fakes and just plain bad information on this particular unit[...]
T-Mobile USA was the big winner in the FCC's wireless spectrum auction that just wrapped up. This carrier was able to get significant amounts of new spectrum, a necessary step[...]
Evernote can come in handy even if you aren't a true organizing enthusiast. The app doesn't always work that well, though, on older iPhones. Read the full review.
The FCC has given T-Mobile permission to release the next version of the Sidekick cellular-wireless handheld in the U.S. As a result, many of the details on this upcoming device[...]
T-Mobile has annoucned the Danger Sidekick II, along with a party to kick off the device. Both are clearly geared toward the younger crowd, as most professionals won't be very[...]
Verizon has started a new program aimed at letting customers dispose of a phone in an environmentally sound way while also benefiting community programs and giving credit toward a new[...]
The latest version of T-Mobile's Sidekick LX is the first in this series with high-end features, like mobile broadband service and a very high-resolution screen. Jen Edwards brings us a[...]
T-Mobile is now offering the Sidekick II, the latest version of Danger Inc.'s cellular-wireless handheld. T-Mobile is the first carrier to offer this device.
AOL is discontinuing the wireless device developed for it by RIM in favor of the new color Sidekick designed by Danger Inc.
A couple of blurry photos of what is supposed to be the next hiptop/Sidekick have appeared on the Web.
The T-Mobile Sidekick 4G is the first in this long-running series of consumer-oriented smartphones to run Google's Android OS. Adama D. Brown brings us his first impressions of this model,[...]
Updated T-Mobile has begun offering the color version of the Danger hiptop wireless handheld, which it calls the Sidekick.
Capping months of rumors and speculation, T-Mobile has just officially taken the wraps off the Sidekick 3, which will include many features that are new to this line of cellular-wireless[...]
T-Mobile is now offering the first Danger Hiptop devices, which combine wireless web surfing, email, and a mobile phone at a price designed to appeal to consumers. T-Mobile will[...]
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most popular handhelds and smartphones. There was a strong interest in upcoming models in March, as three of the top ten products[...]
Danger, who makes the Sidekick, a young-adult version of the BlackBerry, is looking to grow by adding new hardware partners, entering global markets and possibly even offering an IPO by[...]