Popular Wi-Fi Articles for 2009
The Nokia E63 is a low-cost, high-value Symbian S60 smartphone. Antoine Wright has taken a few weeks with this model and presents his opinions on it.
The second-generation iPod touch offers a slimmed down look, substantially improved battery life, and a wide range of software options. Is this the ultimate handheld computer?
The HTC HD2 is an upcoming Windows phone with a feature set that few of its competitors will be able to match. This starts with a 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen[...]
The Motorola Droid turns heads with its WVGA+ display, sliding keyboard, 5 MPx camera, and a 16 GB memory card. Brighthand Editor Ed Hardy brings us a review of this[...]
The iPhone 3G S -- Apple's third-generation smartphone -- has just hit store shelves. Nick Spohnholtz brings us this review, in which he confirms Apple's promise that this version is[...]
The BlackBerry Bold 9700 -- sometimes called the Bold2 -- sports an HVGA screen, keyboard, Wi-Fi, 3G and more. Shaun Mahal says this device's enhanced feature set and improved design[...]
Expectations for the Palm Pre are almost impossibly high, but Ed Hardy says this device just about lives up to them. It is easy to use but powerful, and has[...]
The BlackBerry Curve 8520 is a recently-released smartphone from T-Mobile USA. As the latest device in the Curve series, its hardware and software has been updated, and it offers a[...]
Sprint's second Android-based smartphone, the Samsung Moment, features a 3.2-inch AM-OLED screen, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, an optical joystick, fast processor, and Wi-Fi. Jen Edwards brings us a review.
The HTC Touch HD offers a wide array of high-end features: WVGA display, 5 MPx camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, and the latest version of Microsoft Windows Mobile. Ed Hardy[...]
The PSP Go is the latest in the PlayStation Portable family. This mobile gaming device is smaller than its predecessors, and has a sliding design. It forgoes the UMD drive[...]
The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is the first Symbian S60 smartphone with a touchscreen. Antoine Wright takes this mid-range device for an extended spin and finds several surprises.
The HTC Hero is a smartphone running Google's Android. Jen Edwards brings a review of this device which has features for both work and play.
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a thin and light smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard and support for T-Mobile's Wi-Fi VoIP service. It takes many of the best features of[...]
At long last, Palm, Inc. has unveiled its new operating system and the first device that will run it. Brighthand's Ed Hardy has been extensively briefed on the webOS and[...]
The Motorola Milestone is the GSM version of the Android flagship smartphone, the Motorola Droid. It was released in Europe, but a few U.S. retailers have this device, which can[...]
The Samsung Saga is a Windows Mobile smartphone that offers Verizon voice and high-speed data service in the U.S., but can also be used on wireless networks around the world.[...]
Verizon is going to launch the much-anticipated Motorola Droid later this week, and an unconfirmed report says this Android-based smartphone with a very large touchscreen and sliding keyboard is also[...]
Verizon Wireless recently released the long-awaited Samsung Omnia II. Jen Edwards brings us her full review of this high-end smartphone with a large AM-OLED display, the TouchWiz user interface, and[...]
Verizon Wireless has released the BlackBerry Storm2, and Shaun Mahal brings us a review. This new smartphone has the same general look and feel as the original, but comes with[...]