Popular Smartphone Articles for 2002
No release dates on this device yet, but Samsung has decided to produce a PDA / Cell phone combo that runs on a Microsoft OS instead of their usual Palm[...]
Orange UK is evaluating a test unit of a Stinger Smartphone, Microsoft Smartphone 2002, produced by contract manufacturer HTC. How well it works on the Orange system may go a[...]
One model is a SmartPhone, based on the old 6035 design. The latest effort integrates color and a hip new design. The second is a color PDA running its own[...]
The long-awaited Kyocera 7135 Palm OS smartphone will be available on Friday from ALLTEL. It offers a clamshell design, an SD/MMC slot, and an MP3 player.
Samsung has finally made the i330 smartphone available for purchase. This Palm OS smartphone can connect to high-speed CDMA 1XRTT wireless networks.
Microsoft's annual get-together with the people who run mobile websites covered topics ranging from the company's new operating system for smartphones to Tablet PC.
RIM has developed the BlackBerry 6510, a smartphone that runs on Nextel's wireless networks and offers web surfing and email.
Sendo accuses Microsoft of giving its intellectual property to other developers of mobile phones running Smartphone 2002.
Samsung has officially announced an updated version of its Palm powered CDMA smartphone.
HandEra is offering to help companies design Palm OS smartphones and wireless handhelds running Texas Instruments' processors. Does this mean it will release one of its own?
Microsoft will be powering the new Smartphone released in England yesterday titled the SPV (Sound, Pictures, Video). This smartphone will run Microsoft's Smartphone 2002 OS and come equipped with[...]
We are expecting to hear more about the Handspring Treo 300 smartphone as the week progresses. The Treo 300 will be the same as the colored Treo 270, but[...]
Sony Ericsson will now be able to go forward with it's release of the P800 smartphone in the U.S. As first reported by Smartphonecentral.com today. The FCC has[...]
Updated New version of Microsoft's Theme Generator now available; NS Basic/Palm 3.0 now available, as is Visual CE 7; DataViz buys ThinkDB; First Smartphone 2002 handset due tomorrow
Symbian OS, with Nokia as its champion, dominates the market for handhelds and smartphones in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa
Beamable.com is taking an interesting twist to graphic novels and comic books: porting them to Palm and PocketPC based handhelds, and Java-enabled smartphones.
Daren Ng, Palm sales director of South Asia/Australia and New Zealand, said last week that Palm plans on releasing a GPRS wireless PDA late this year. It's not going to[...]
We all know Asia is well ahead of the US when it comes to cell phone technology. With Microsoft's delays on the SmartPhone, we may give the crown for best[...]
Palm licenses RIMS's keyboard technology, new version of PocketMac, Sendo dumps Microsoft's Smartphone 2002, and more.
Handspring says it sold more Treo smartphones last quarter than ever before but it had to push back its estimate of when it will first be profitable to the middle[...]