Popular Wi-Fi Articles for 2006
Brian Beeler offers his views after some time with the newly announced HTC P3300. After being so excited about the T-Mobile Dash (HTC S620), the P3300 did not disappoint.
T-Mobile's newest import from Europe, the SDA smartphone, features almost everything you could think of jamming into it's tiny little case, including quad-band GSM/EDGE, Wi-Fi, and a QVGA screen, all[...]
If you're looking for a unique Windows Mobile 5 based smartphone, you should take a look at the TORQ P120. Not "subsidized" by any particular mobile provider, you can use[...]
Spectec has unveiled a Wi-Fi card for smartphones with a microSD slot.
Palm's CEO has just announced that Wi-Fi to short-range wireless networking will be built into upcoming Treo models.
T-mobile released the T-mobile SDA Smartphone in mid February, and with its advanced features including WiFi, Windows Mobile 5.0, EDGE and media capabilities, one would find a hard time remembering[...]
Recently, some very sketchy details have emerged on what might be a future cellular-wireless handheld from Nokia.
iRIVER G10 takes aim at PSP WiFi fight at Boston's Logan Airport Report: Lenovo building Windows Mobile phone BSQUARE offers dual-SD slot technology Reminder:[...]
Cingular's new Pocket PC phone mixes EDGE, Bluetooth, WiFi, and 128 MB of memory in with a large keyboard and lightweight design.
The mylo is a small wireless device that allow users to exchange instant messages, browse the Internet, listen to music, send emails, and view photos. Ed Hardy brings us this[...]
Verizon plans crackdown on EVDO users Google, Earthlink to run San Francisco Wi-Fi net Patriot shows off 16 GB CompactFlash card, 8 GB SD[...]
Adama D. Brown brings us a review of Just Mobile's Wi-Fi card. The claim to fame of this SDIO card isn't just its low profile, but the fact that it[...]
In a recent post on the Windows Mobile Team Blog, one of Microsoft's developers explains why Wi-Fi support was removed from ActiveSync 4.0.
New pictures are available of what is supposedly an upcoming cellular-wireless handheld from HTC with a unique design.
BellSouth to New Orleans: shut down free WiFi Sprint plans for EVDO Revision A Rogers Canada to offer 1.5 Mbit wireless broadband 1SRC mocks us
Over the last week or so, details have been emerging on HTC's next big device. According to the latest unconfirmed information, the Athena will be "big" in several senses[...]
The Cingular 8525 and BlackJack are now available from Cingular Wireless. Both of these run Windows Mobile, but one is a Pocket PC phone while the other is a WM[...]
Claim: Low memory cripples Treo 700w Bluetooth SIG adopts Ultra-wide band standard WiFi almost everywhere in five years, says company; Google publishes new patents Miniature Pocket PC[...]
OQO has received approval from the Federal Communications Commission to release an updated version of its tiny Windows PC.
HTC has just announced the Herald, which is also called the P4350. This is an updated version of the HTC Wizard that offers all the features of its predecessor but[...]