UIQ 2008 SmartPhone Articles

Popular UIQ Articles for 2008

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[...]

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[...]

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.

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.

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.

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.

T-Mobile cameo Review

The cameo is a digital picture frame that can wirelessly receive images send from a smartphone. Ed Hardy says this would make a great gift for any techno-phobic grandparent.

RIP Text Messaging: 1992-2017

Despite the current popularity of text messaging, Ed Hardy uses his latest editorial to look ahead to its inevitable decline.

Six Ways to Succesfully Compete with the iPhone

Apple's iPhone has been a phenominal success, but other manufacturers and wireless service providers are gearing up their strategies to take back the buzz and defend their market share. Here's[...]

Motorola Going to Focus on Android

Motorola's future flagship phones will run Android. Going forward, Google's new operating system will be one of just three supported by this company.

Significantly Updated Version of Opera Mobile Browser Announced

Opera Software has just taken the wraps off of Opera Mobile 9.5, the next version of its Web browser for smartphones and sophisticated feature phones.

Mobile Tech News — Exchange Files with Nokia’s Ovi, Voice Search in Google Maps, and More

Nokia Unveils Files on Ovi Experimental Voice Search Feature Released for BlackBerry Version of Google Maps PocketMac RingtoneStudio for iPhone Debuts

Nanotechnology May Boost Battery Capacity Ten Fold

A new way of building lithium-ion batteries discovered by researchers at Stanford may be able to increase mobile device battery life by an order of magnitude.

Big News on Two Mobile Web Browsers: Firefox and Opera

There's significant developments from two web browsers that have jumped from the desktop to the palmtop.

It’s Not the Hardware, It’s the User Experience That’s Broken

In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright takes the stand that what mobile devices need isn't better hardware, it's better software.

Mobile Tech News — JoikuSpot Premium for S60, Documents to Go for UIQ, and More

JoikuSpot Premium Turns S60 Smartphones into Professional-Grade Hotspots Documents to Go Premium Edition for UIQ Updated Nokia Chat Beta IM Application Released Sony Ericsson and[...]

Suppose They Fixed the Web Browser, Then What?

In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright considers what might happen if software developers and device makers actually do what users are asking for and improve their browsers

Brighthand’s Predictions for 2007; How Did We Do?

Now is the time when people traditionally make predictions for the coming year, but only the bravest look back and discuss how they scored on the previous year's predictions.

Sony Ericsson Sold 100 Million Phones Last Year

Sony Ericsson has announced the results of its most recent financial quarter, but the big news was that the company passed a major milestone last year: 100 million handsets.