Popular Symbian Articles for 2006
In this guest review, long-time smartphone user Perry Longinotti shares his thoughts on a new business-oriented devices from Nokia. The E61 offers an impressive list of features, including a built-in[...]
Opera Software has released Opera Mini 3.0, the latest version of its free web browser that can run on most mobile phones.
After being announced a few weeks ago, Cingular Wireless is now exclusively offering a Symbian S60 smartphone.
Mobile phone giant Nokia has taken the wraps of three new smartphones in its consumer-targeted N series: the N93, N73, and N72. All of them run S60 Third Edition on[...]
Recently, some very sketchy details have emerged on what might be a future cellular-wireless handheld from Nokia.
Nokia has begun shipping two new smartphones in its consumer-targeted N series: the N93 and N73.
Symbian Limited has just announced a new version of its very widely used operating system for smartphones.
Fall is in full swing, which means the holiday shopping season is right around the corner. That's why Brighthand's monthly top 10 list is dominated by new models.
Think Outside has taken the wraps off a new folding portable keyboard that can work with over 600 different types of handhelds, smartphones, and computers.
In this week's editorial, Adama Brown discusses the effect the next-generation of the wireless Internet will have on mobile devices.
Opera Mobile 8.60 Web Browser for Symbian S60 Released JAVOedge Releases a Slew of Treo accessories Release Candidate for Fitaly 4 Announced BlueNomad Introduces Beta[...]
In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright discusses the real failing in handhelds and smartphones.
DDH Software has introduced HanDBase 3.5, a new version of its relational database for Palm OS, Windows Mobile, and Symbian S60.
A major U.S. cellular provider is finally going to offer one of Nokia's cellular-wireless handhelds to the general public.
Nokia has announced a Series 60 smartphone focused on giving users access to Internet services.
HTC to Acquire Dopod Acer Boosting PDA/Smartphone Plans, To Release New Devices Symbian Streamlines Screen Resolution Support Fitaly 4 Released for Windows Mobile [...]
Nokia has taken the wraps off Feature Pack 1 for its S60 3rd Edition, a user interface for Symbian OS-based smartphones.
Toffa has introduced a family of applications that can synchronize GoogleCalendar with a wide variety of handhelds and smartphones.
In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright shares his thoughts on what could mean for our society when everyone is constantly connected to the Internet.
Already popular in Europe, Nokia is going to release a variant of its E6x series in the U.S. through Cingular Wireless.