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Brighthand Reviews the palmOneTreo 650

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.

Review – Sprint PPC-6700 PocketPC Phone

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[...]

RIM Blackberry 8700 Review

Research In Motion's Blackberry email devices are enjoying quite the boom these days, on par with Palm's Treo smartphones. Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, took a look at RIM's[...]

Palm Treo 700p Review

Brighthand's chief reviewer, Adama D. Brown, brings us his hands-on review of Palm's latest smartphone, the Treo 700p.

A First Look at the Palm Treo 680

After getting some hands-on time with Palm's latest smartphone, the Treo 680, Brian Beeler brings us his impressions, along with numerous pictures.

RumorMill™: palmOne Preparing Treo 610

The first rumors of a successor to the Treo 600 smart phone have started to circulate. Supposedly, the new model will offer many of the features the current model lacks.

Palm Treo 680 Review

In this review, Antoine Wright puts Palm's latast Palm OS smartphone through its paces. He warns that there are some performance and battery issues, but largely this is an excellent,[...]

Palm Treo 700w Review

Good gadget or evil impostor? Palm's newest smartphone, the Treo 700w, sparked fervent partisanship before it was even out, but now we have a final breakdown of the good, the[...]

Review – palmOne Treo 650

I don't care what anyone says about the Treo 650's memory issues, lack of WiFi support, limited Bluetooth functionality, poor sound quality, dialing delays or the fact that it's only[...]

palmOne Treo 650 GSM Version Review

When the Treo 600 was first announced around the middle of 2003, I was excited in thinking that it would be the ultimate all in one gadget. However, when[...]

Motorola Q Announced (pictures)

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[...]

Mobile Tech News — Opera for Windows Mobile, New UMPC Processor, Free Games

New Version of Opera for Windows Mobile Released as Beta Intel Expected to Announce New Processors for UMPCs Inscenic Releases Two Windows Mobile Games as[...]

Brighthand’s First Impressions of the Motorola Q

Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief recently had an opportunity to spend a bit of time with a highly-anticipated smartphone, the Motorola Q.

palmOne Treo 650 Revealed (pics, specs)

We initially called it the Treo 610, well add 40 to that number and what do you get?  The Treo 650 and that's the name we're sticking with for the[...]

Motorola A760 – Linux and Java PDA/Phone (NEW PICS)

Motorola has announced the A760, a flip form factor that looks like a hip Treo 300. It's packed with features like: digital camera, video player, MP3 player, speakerphone, advanced messaging,[...]

palmOne Needs a Low-Cost Treo

Although palmOne has had a great deal of success in the U.S. with its Treo 600, Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief believes it needs to quickly broaden its smartphone line with an entry-level[...]

Treo 750 Announcement Coming September 12

There have been rumors for quite some time that Palm, Inc. is going to announce its next smartphone next month, and this has now been officially confirmed by the company.

Palm Treo 680 First Impressions Review

Brighthand's Antoine Wright has spent several days with the newest Treo, and is ready to share his first impressions of this Palm OS-based smartphone.

Review – Handspring Treo 600

The Handspring Treo 600 is often considered the best smartphone yet made. So what exactly does that mean? In this review of the Treo 600 we investigate that question[...]

Treo 800w May Offer Wi-Fi

Last week, the first reports surfaced on the Treo 800w -- the next smartphone supposedly coming from Palm, Inc. -- and now some additional details are available.