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Brighthand Reviews the Samsung SCH-i600

Brighthand takes a look at a Windows Mobile smartphone available from Verizon. This clamshell device offers most of the features you'd expect in a handheld, plus it functions as a[...]

Motorola Officially Announces Upcoming MPx100 and MPx Devices (pics)

Motorola has officially unveiled its upcoming Smartphone devices at the 3GSM World Congress in Cannes France. The device we were referring to as the MPx300 turns out to be[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Stowaway Universal Bluetooth Keyboard

Brighthand's Ed Hardy brings us a hands-on review of the world's first portable keyboard to use Bluetooth. Because it uses this short-range wireless networking technology, a single keyboard can be[...]

Brighthand’s First Impressions of the palmOne Treo 650

Brighthand's Larry Becker has spent a few days with palmOne's latest smartphone. While he hasn't had time enough with the device to do a full review, so far he thinks[...]

Review – palmOne Treo 650

I don't care what anyone says about the Treo 650's memory issues, lack of WiFi support, limited Bluetooth functionality, poor sound quality, dialing delays or the fact that it's only[...]

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Three More Technologies That Could Profoundly Change Mobile Devices

Scientists and engineers are working on a number of products that could have a significant impact on future handhelds and smartphones.

palmOne Needs a Low-Cost Treo

Although palmOne has had a great deal of success in the U.S. with its Treo 600, Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief believes it needs to quickly broaden its smartphone line with an entry-level[...]

A Glimpse Into palmOne’s Future

A look at what recent rumors say about two upcoming palmOne handhelds and a smartphone.

Asus MyPal A730 Preview from CeBIT (pics, specs)

With the upcoming Asus MyPal A730 Pocket PC and Asus MyPal A8100 Windows Mobile Smartphone, both of which will depend upon yet to be released Microsoft and Intel technologies, Asus[...]

More Details Leaked on Next-Generation Treo

Several pictures and some additional details of palmOne's next smartphone have been leaked. These confirm many of the earlier rumors about this device.

palmOne Promises to Fix Treo 650 Memory Problem

After users complained that palmOne's latest smartphone couldn't hold as many applications and files as they expected, the company has quickly promised to deal with the problem.

Where Is the Treo 650?

palmOne's next-generation smartphone, the Treo 650, is now expected to be announced later this month, but not actually be available until November.

Preview – Samsung i550 Palm OS SmartPhone

Samsung will be refreshing its i500 Palm OS SmartPhone device with a release of the Samsung i550 in the U.S. on the Sprint network later this year. This device[...]

A Real Picture of the Next Generation Treo Starts to Emerge (Updated)

An image of the next generation of the Treo has been leaked from a wireless carrier. In addition to showing the device itself, it includes a description of this smartphone.

palmOne Finally Officially Announces the Treo 650

palmOne has just taken the wraps off what has to be the most anticipated new smartphone of the season. This model will have quite a few improvements over its predecessor,[...]

PalmSource Takes the Wraps Off Palm OS Cobalt 6.1

For the first time, PalmSource is showing off Palm OS Cobalt 6.1, the latest version of its operating system. A lot of what has been added is for smartphones, but[...]

U.S. Smartphone Buyers Prefer Palm OS

Although the Symbian OS is the most popular smartphone operating system in Europe, most smartphones sold in the U.S. run the Palm OS.

palmOne Smart to Consider Other Operating Systems

Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief says palmOne has to develop smartphones running other operating systems than the Palm OS if it hopes to survive.

Nokia Preparing a Treo Killer?

News that one of palmOne's competitors may be putting together a smartphone with many of the same features as the Treo 600 was enough to spook investors.