Popular iPhone Articles for 2008
The iPhone 3G is Apple's second-generation smartphone, and offers faster wireless networking than its predecessor, a GPS receiver, and an updated look. iPhone user Nick Spohnholtz brings us this review.
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[...]
The Samsung Instinct is clearly intended to be Sprint's chief iPhone competitor. Brighthand's Ed Hardy was at the launch, and shares his first thoughts on this device, as well as[...]
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[...]
Among the music-oriented products released at Apple's Let's Rock event was the second-generation iPod touch, sporting with new features and an updated operating system.
The Kensington LiquidAUX Bluetooth Car Kit allows you to connect your phone to your car stereo to play music or make hands-free calls. Sarah Meyer brings us a review of[...]
Social networking is one of the most popular online activities, so it's no surprise that there are third-party applications to allow users to easily access Facebook from almost every major[...]
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.
An internal Microsoft document provided to a Microsoft-oriented blog reveals extensive details, screenshots, and analysis of the new interface planned for the next major revision of Windows Mobile.
Semi-reliable information indicates that Apple is working on a smaller, less expensive version of the iPhone.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has instituted new rules for carrying spare batteries on an airplane. Starting today, these must go in the traveler's carry-on baggage, not in their checked[...]
An application that will allow Apple's smartphone to run Windows Mobile -- and its associated software -- will soon be available. If it isn't part of a hoax.
Despite its best efforts, Apple hasn't been able to keep a lid on next-generation iPhone leaks, and what are supposedly pictures of this upcoming smartphone have appeared on the Web.[...]
One of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) in the Brighthand forums is about the differences between the 3G wireless networking standards offered by the U.S. telecoms. Adama Brown does his[...]
Rumors on the next version of the iPhone have been coming thick and fast in the last week or so. The most recent of these is the first to say[...]
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.
There is little doubt that Apple intends to follow up the current iPhone with a version that offers 3G wireless networking. The only question is when this will happen. In[...]
The weeks before the Macworld show are always full of dubious rumors about what will be announced. What is supposedly a leaked transcript of Steve Jobs' keynote speech reveals the[...]
Popular cross-platform synchronization software The Missing Sync by Mark/Space is now available for users of the Apple iPhone. This application makes it easier for users of other smartphones to switch[...]
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.