Popular Sony Articles for 2007
Responding to earlier complaints from its customers of there being no more firmware updates, Sony Ericsson has announced that a firmware update will come to the owners of two of[...]
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most popular handhelds and smartphones. The big news on the list this month is that a new smartphone has pushed the iPAQ[...]
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[...]
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most popular handhelds and smartphones. Possibly the most interesting shift in February was that all the traditional handhelds on this list improved[...]
Sony Ericsson has officially announced the latest entry in its popular P series of smartphones. The P1 will offer a built-in keyboard, 3G, Wi-Fi, and much more.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most handhelds and smartphones readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. Continuing a trend that developed a[...]
According to a posted email at the Sony Ericsson developer forums, this company has stopped firmware development for some of its older Symbian UIQ-based mobile devices.
In his latest editorial, Brighthand's chief reviewer takes on the iHype surrounding the iLaunch of the iPhone.
In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright takes smartphone makers to task for designing trying to design products that try to be all things to all people, and so end up[...]
Although he can understand the appeal of a cutting edge design, Brighthand's Antoine Wright wants his mobile device to offer the kind of depth necessary to be truly useful.
Sony has taken the wraps off the second version of its device dedicated to reading ebooks. The new model will offer a number of improvements over its predecessor, including a[...]
A group of companies -- including Nokia, Samsung, and Sony Ericsson -- aren't happy with the memory cards that are available now, and have come together to develop a new[...]
In his latest editorial, Adama Brown urges mobile device makers to show some vision in their product designs, not just blindly follow the latest trend.
Hot deals this week: T-Mobile Dash - get $55 back HP iPAQ rx5915 - $20 price drop Samsung BlackJack - Only a penny Several[...]
Sony Cuts Playstation Portable's Price Gameloft Making Games for Latest BlackBerries Palm Treo 680 Used As A Point of Care Tool Palm and Claro Launch[...]
Adama D. Brown's latest editorial questions the logic and rationality behind excessive marketing.
In the past few weeks, several companies have shown off prototypes of flexible displays, bringing closer the time when a computer's screen can be rolled up for easy transport.
Just about everyone says they believe in recycling, but Palm, Inc. is putting its money where its mouth is. This company will cover the cost of recycling any phone or[...]
Analyst Paul DeBeasi tries to make some sense out of the confusing alphabet soup of cellular-wireless date services like EV-DO and HSUPA.
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