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An Overview of Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC

Microsoft today unveiled Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC, the latest version of its software for handheld computers.

Brighthand Reviews the HP iPAQ h2210

The iPAQ h2210 runs Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC on a 400 MHz Intel XScale processor. It offers 64 MB of RAM and built-in Bluetooth wireless networking. Posted:[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Toshiba e355

The ultra-thin e355 runs Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC on a 300MHz Intel XScale processor and comes with 64MB of RAM.

First Pocket PC 2003 Details Surface

Last week, Microsoft gave developers an overview of the next version of one of its mobile operating systems. Users should not expect big changes.

Is Microsoft Still Committed to Pocket PC?

Recently, there have been some disturbing signs that Microsoft's commitment to Pocket PC may be waning as the company shifts its attention to other mobile devices. Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief takes a[...]

Pocket PC 2003 Is Finally Here!

Microsoft unveils Pocket PC 2003, renamed Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC.

iPAQ h2200 Series and Pocket PC 2003 Coming May 30?

A document posted on the FCC’s website gives a strong indication of when HP’s next model and Microsoft’s next OS will be released.

Motorola SmartPhone MPx100, MPx220, MPx300

According to the Chinese language newspaper the Commercial Times, Motorola has ordered three new Microsoft Smartphones from Taiwan for its 2004 product lineup to follow-up on this years release of[...]

Samsung i600 Windows-Powered Smart Phone Debuts on Verizon

Verizon Wireless will soon begin offering the Samsung SCH-i600, making it the second handset running Microsoft's Smartphone 2002 operating system to be released in the U.S.

RumorMill™: Pocket PC 2003 Coming June 23rd

According to a source in the handheld industry, Pocket PC 2003, the upcoming version of Microsoft's operating system for handheld devices, will be launched on June 23.

Motorola MPx200 Smartphone Available in U.S.

The Motorola MPx200 is now available nationwide from AT&T Wireless, making it the first handset running Microsoft's Smartphone 2002 to be widely available in this country.

First CompactFlash TV Tuner Announced

EOps Technology has announced the world's first TV Tuner CompactFlash card which is compatible with Pocket PC 2002 and Windows Mobile 2003 handhelds.

First BlackBerry Word Processing Application Released

eWord is the first application for the BlackBerry platform that can create and edit Microsoft Word documents.

Round-Up: CTIA Wireless and the Microsoft Mobility Developer Conference

The largest and most highly attended wireless show in the telecommunications and computing industries has wrapped up but the Microsoft Mobility Developer Conference is still going on.

A Recap of the New Summer Handhelds

It was a summer we won't soon forget. From the introduction of Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC to the merger of rivals Palm and Handspring, and the release of[...]

Can PalmSource Survive?

PalmSource faces the daunting task of keeping Microsoft from taking over the handheld market, while at the same time trying to transition the Palm OS into an operating system for[...]

bPDA’s Fast Guide to Windows Mobile 2003

June 23rd has come and gone, and Microsoft has released their new operating system. Previously referred to as PocketPC 2003, the new OS has been dubbed 'Windows Mobile 2003'. We'll[...]

Clamshell Makes A Comeback

Did Microsoft abandon the Handheld PC form too early in favor of the Pocket PC? Brighthand's Ed Hardy thinks so.

The Upgrades Are Coming! The Upgrades Are Coming!

Several companies have announced their plans to offer upgrades from the older Pocket PC 2002 to the just-announced Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC.

Judge Says All Handhelds May Infringe on Patent

A federal appeals judge has ruled that a patent held by E-Pass Technologies covers a wide range of handhelds and the company can resume patent-infringement lawsuits against Palm, Microsoft, and[...]