Popular Smartphone Articles for 2005
The Treo 650 is the latest member of palmOne's line of smartphones. It isn't an amazing breakthrough, but it does have several significant improvements over its predecessor, the Treo 600.
It seems to be the current vogue that every new smartphone gets 15 minutes of being called a "Treo killer." But for the PPC 6700, is this overenthusiastic hype or[...]
Ed Hardy and Shawn Barnett bring us their thoughts on what we can expect for the handheld and smartphone market in the coming 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[...]
Rumors have been rampant about a Motorola Smartphone in the RAZR form factor designed to take on the Treo 650 and BlackBerry devices head on. Well it's official now, the[...]
The Audiovox SMT5600 (as sold in the U.S., it is also known as the Orange SPV C500, HTC Typhoon, Qtek 8010, Dopod 565 and i-mate Smarpthone 3 in other countries)[...]
A few weeks ago we brought you a review of the Nokia 9300, another Smartphone with similar goals as the 6682, but an entirely different approach. The 6682 is distinctly[...]
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief recently had an opportunity to spend a bit of time with a highly-anticipated smartphone, the Motorola Q.
The HP iPAQ hw6515 Mobile Messenger isn't pushing the boundaries of any technology, but it's a solid device. It's very easy to use, with the thumbstick for one-handed operation. It[...]
It's very important that the biggest Palm OS licensee remember that it's in business to make handhelds and smartphones, and not be distracted by merging with PalmSource.
The premier annual event for smartphones and other related technologies was held this week, and quite a number of new products were shown to the world for the first time.[...]
CeBIT, the largest computer trade show in the world, is going on now in Germany. This is a traditional place to introduce new products, and a couple of new[...]
Bill Gates has made a formal announcement of the latest version of Microsoft's operating system for handhelds and smartphones.
Ed Hardy takes a look at a battery pack that can recharge a handheld or smartphone when the user is away from electrical sockets.
PalmSource gave a few more details on its upcoming operating system for handhelds and smartphones at this week's developer conference.
Many software developers have moved quickly to say that their applications will support the latest version of Microsoft's operating system for handhelds and smartphones.
PiTech has taken the wraps off the world's first Palm OS smartphone to include a three megapixel camera with auto focus and anti hand shaking features.
I was able to spend a few minutes with BenQ's latest effort in the Smartphone space. BenQ hopes to have this unit available in the US by July, but makes[...]
In addition to the Windows Mobile Treo, Palm's CEO has revealed how many other new Treo models will be announced in 2006. Other sources have also some details on these[...]
The Torq P100 is another entry into the Windows Mobile Smartphone market, which could use some more quality products. The Torq P100 is an updated version of the ETEN M500,[...]