Microsoft, Intel, Google, Dell, and other companies are pushing for a controversial plan that could bring high-speed wireless access to more mobile devices, but only if they can get FCC approval.
According to unconfirmed reports, Dell will soon announce plans to release a smartphone. However, this supposedly won't run the operating system most people would expect.
A report by Forbes adds new fuel to the possibility that Dell intends to enter the smartphone market in the near future with a device manufactured by Quanta.
In his latest editorial, Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief says that the reports of the traditional handheld's demise have been greatly exaggerated.
Microsoft has announced the results of its most recent fiscal year. The whole company did well, and so did the group responsible for developing and licensing Windows Mobile.
Apple may use a quarter of the world's supply of Flash memory chips in its iPod and iPhone products. There's currently a deficit in the supply of these, which could drive up the prices consumers are charged for all kinds of Flash memory-based devices.
In his latest editorial, Adama Brown urges mobile device makers to show some vision in their product designs, not just blindly follow the latest trend.
As much as he loves living a mobile life, the things about mobile technologies that really frustrate Antoine Wright are the subject of his latest editorial.
When you live in the back side of nowhere, mobile technology takes on a whole new significance.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the handhelds and smartphones readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. The top of May's list is dominated by new smartphones, but there's also some UMPC-like devices on there.
In his latest editorial, Brighthand's chief reviewer takes on the iHype surrounding the iLaunch of the iPhone.
A Microsoft spokesperson says that companies around the world will launch 20 more devices running Windows Mobile 6 before the end of this year.
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