Toshiba 2004 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Toshiba Articles for 2004

When Will Windows Mobile Second Edition Updates Be Available?

The latest information on when -- and if -- HP, Dell, and Toshiba will release Windows Mobile Second Edition updates for current models.

Some Handheld Makers Snub the U.S.

Sony, Toshiba, and Fujitsu-Siemens have all recently announced new models that won't be available in the U.S. There are several theories why, but no one knows for sure.

Bye-Bye Toshiba! We’ll Miss You!

Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief shares his thoughts on Toshiba's departure from the U.S. handheld market, and what this could mean for future Pocket PCs.

Is Toshiba Exiting the Handheld Market?

Despite denials from Toshiba, rumors persist that it has quietly pulled out of the U.S. market.

More Evidence Toshiba Exiting Handheld Market

New signs now indicate that Toshiba will stop offering its handhelds in Europe. There were strong signs earlier this year that Toshiba appears be pulling out of the U.S. market.

Toshiba e830 Introduced, but Not in U.S.

Toshiba has introduced an updated version of its Pocket PC with a VGA screen in Europe, but not in the United States.

Windows Mobile 2003 SE Update Now Available for Toshiba e800

Toshiba Europe has posted on its web site a Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition update for its e800/e805.

Toshiba and ASUS Confirm Windows Mobile SE Updates for U.S.

Toshiba and ASUS have officially stated that they will release in the U.S. free Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition updates for their Pocket PC models.

Toshiba Mini Hard Drive Named World’s Smallest

The Guiness Book of World Records has certified a .85-inch Toshiba hard drive as the smallest in the world. Storage devices like this are expected to begin appearing in handhelds[...]

FCC Releases Toshiba e830 Pictures and User Manual

If the Toshiba e830 actually gets released and is made better than prior models, it has a lot of potential. Aside from good looks, the e830 feaures a 4" VGA[...]

Toshiba Giving Up Consumer Handhelds

Some Toshiba executives say their company is going to stop creating handhelds for the general public.

Toshiba Showing Off Cutting-Edge Technologies

Toshiba has a special "Innovation Corner" at CeBIT it which it is demonstrating a range of technologies that are in the prototype stage now but are expected to become mainstream[...]

Toshiba Confirms It’s Leaving U.S. Handheld Market

Toshiba has confirmed that the e830 won't ever be released in the United States, and in fact this company won't be releasing any more handhelds in this country.

Toshiba Doesn’t Deny e830 Is in Development

A rumor surfaced last week that Toshiba is developing the e830, a replacement for the e805 that will include a faster processor. The rumor also said the e805 has been[...]

RumorMill™: Toshiba Developing e830

Reportedly, Toshiba is working on a replacement for the e805. Supposedly, the new version will include a VGA screen and dual forms of wireless networking like its processor, but it[...]

Toshiba Develops Faster SD Cards

A new family of SD memory cards are up to five times faster than Toshiba's standard SD memory cards.

Toshiba e830 Gets Bluetooth Certification

The Bluetooth Qualification Program has given its approval to both versions of Toshiba's upcoming e830. This series of Pocket PCs will use the latest version of this wireless networking standard.

PDA News – Verizon Bluetooth update, Mobile Opera, New Pocket PC Phone

v710 Bluetooth status update Opera ports to MS Smartphone New HTC lightweight Pocket PC Phone Toshiba e830 sighting

Toshiba: In or Out?

For several months now, Brighthand is reported that Toshiba will soon be exiting the U.S. handheld market. It now appears that it plans to release one final Pocket PC before[...]

Toshiba’s Concept of a Wristwatch PDA

Toshiba is showing off some concept devices at CeBIT, including its ideas for a future Wristwatch PDA, a digital wallet, and a Web-access device that uses a near-eye display.