Popular Toshiba Articles for 2007
For many, a smartphone or handheld is he center of a mobile office. Ed Hardy says a lot of these people could benefit from an iGo Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard.
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[...]
With the introduction of Windows Mobile 6, Microsoft changed the names of the various sub-versions of this operating system. One of this company's developers has recently given the reasons for[...]
Microsoft has taken the wraps off the latest version of its operating system for handhelds and smartphones, and big-name companies are quickly stepping forward to support it including Palm, HP,[...]
Toshiba has a Windows Mobile 6 device on display at the 3GSM World Congress, going on now. It seems this might be this company's first widely available Windows Mobile device[...]
A Microsoft spokesperson says that companies around the world will launch 20 more devices running Windows Mobile 6 before the end of this year.
A recent FCC filing has publicized photos and many of the technical details of two upcoming devices by Toshiba, followups to the G900 Windows Mobile phone.
Microsoft has announced the results of its most recent fiscal year. The whole company did well, and so did the group responsible for developing and licensing Windows Mobile.
In his latest editorial, Brighthand's chief reviewer takes on the iHype surrounding the iLaunch of the iPhone.
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.
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.
Windows Mobile handhelds and smartphones have always come with a copy of of Microsoft Outlook, as this application is needed to synchronize the mobile device with a desktop computer. This[...]
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[...]
As much as he loves living a mobile life, the things about mobile technologies that really frustrate Antoine Wright are the subject of his latest editorial.
When you live in the back side of nowhere, mobile technology takes on a whole new significance.