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iPhone vs. Android: a Study in Contrasts

Apple's iPhone OS and Google's Android OS have a great deal in common; both are Linux-based operating systems for smartphones. But Ed Hardy's latest editorial discusses the dramatic differences[...]

Energizer Energi To Go Portable Power Outlet Review

Energizer has a solution for people who can never seem to find a power outlet when they need one. Kevin O'Brien has a review of this company's portable battery[...]

Sony Ericsson May Be Developing New Wireless Handheld

Sony Ericsson is reportedly preparing a replacement for the P910, a cellular-wireless handheld that ran Symbian's UIQ interface. The new model will have an integrated keyboard with a better design[...]

Opera Mobile 9.5 Preview

Since it was announced a little over a month ago, Opera Software's newest version of its web browser for mobile devices has been hotly anticipated by users seeking a next[...]

AvantGo Gets a Major Upgrade

iAnywhere Solutions has just released a new version of one of the most popular handheld and smartphone applications of all time. All AvantGo users will see significant changes, whether they[...]

Freedom Keychain GPS Receiver Review

Ed Hardy has a review of an accessory that can bring access to the Global Positioning System to most handhelds, smartphones, or UMPCs. According to him, the Freedom Keychain GPS[...]

Touchscreen Next?

New technologies like projection displays have the potential to revolutionize mobile computers, and Antoine Wright has been thinking hard about the future of touch-based user interfaces.

Motorola Announces A1010 UIQ Wireless Handheld

Motorola has taken the wraps off the A1010, an upcoming UIQ handheld with support for high-speed cellular-wireless networks and a 2.0 megapixel camera.

Opera Web Browser Will Be Built Into UIQ 3.0

Opera is going to be the default browser in UIQ 3.0, the new release of the UIQ platform that is expected to be available before the end of this year.

Sony Ericsson Unveils P990 Smartphone

The P990 will be the first smartphone to use the enhanced Symbian OS 9.1 and UIQ 3 software platform.

Sony Ericsson P910 Gets FCC Approval

The P910, a cellular-wireless handheld that uses Symbian's UIQ platform, can now legally be released in the U.S. It is expected to be available before the end of September.

It’s the Web Browser, Stupid

Brighthand's Ed Hardy uses his latest editorial to take the makers of most mobile devices to task for the lame web browsers included with their devices.

DataViz Licenses Microsoft Exchange Server ActiveSync Protocol to Integrate with RoadSync

RoadSync will allow Palm OS, Series 60, and UIQ users to more easily take advantage of the mobile benefits of Exchange Server 2003.

Sound ID SM100 Bluetooth Headset Review

The Sound ID SM100 is Bluetooth headset which mixes some noise cancellation with an environmental mode to help users listen to outside sounds without removing the earpiece. However, when reviewing[...]

Will the Recession Affect Smartphone Sales? Yes

In his latest editorial, Brighthand's Editor-In-Chief gives his predictions on how the smartphone market will fare during the current economic downturn in the United States.

Sony Ericsson Announces The P910 Smartphone

Sony Ericsson has announced the P910, a progressive follow-up to their P900 smartphone. The P910 features a new thumb keyboard, improved screen, 64MB RAM (up from 16MB) and a more[...]

Sony Ericsson Readying P910 Replacement

Rumors indicate that Sony Ericsson is developing a UIQ smartphone with a shape reminiscent of the Treo and BlackBerry.

ACCESS Provides NetFront 3.1 For P800, P900

NetFront 3.1 is now available for the Sony Ericsson P800 and P900, plus other Symbian-based smartphones using the UIQ interface.

Opera Mini 4.2 Now Available

Opera Mini 4.2, which appeared in beta form a few weeks ago, has had its official release. This web browser runs on a number of mobile platforms.

Voltaic Converter Solar Charging Backpack Review

The Voltaic Converter is a backpack that can not just hold your portable electronics, it can recharge them. Jerry Jackson brings us this review.