There is now only a fine line between the iPod touch and the iPhone, what with the recently unveiled next-generation Apple Peel 520 bridging the gap between the two devices.
Demand for iOS software continues to be very strong. As a result, downloads from the iTunes App Store have now passed the 10 billion mark, a milestone reached in about 2.5 years.
The Samsung Galaxy Player was on display at CES, and Brighthand's Ed Hardy took it for a test drive. This Android OS device is going to be a small handheld computer focused on games, video, and music.
Samsung is prepping an Android OS-based handheld computer focused on games, video, and music. The Samsung Galaxy Player will be almost identical to this company's smartphones, just without the phone part.
Skype 3.0 for the Apple iPhone has just been released. This new version, for the first time, allows users to make video calls to other Skype users. This feature works over Wi-Fi or a 3G connection.
The mobile division of Electronic Arts is having a big sale -- virtually all of its games are now available for just under a dollar each. This includes hot titles like Need for Speed, Battlefield: Bad Company, and Madden NFL 11.
A new free version of Wyse PocketCloud has just been released. This app allows iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users to control a distant PC or Mac over an Internet connection.
With 3D TVs and 3D cameras already crowding store shelves this year, could 2011 turn into the year of the 3D smartphone? A number of companies are already developing mobile products... no 3D glasses required.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. October's list includes new devices running the Android OS, Blackberry OS, and Windows Phone 7.
The PDA market is dead, murdered by the smartphone. With the Eee Note, it seems Asus is betting that PDAs can find new life somewhere between the eReader and tablet as a travel/meeting/class companion for students and busy professionals.
An increasing number of people are using smartphones, tablets and other devices to take their television and Internet entertainment on the road. While at home, though, many are still glued to a large-screen TV, although it may be connected to the Internet. Is traditional cable and satellite at risk? Or is this just a passing fad? Take our survey as we tune in to the future of TV.
Apple has made an upgrade to iOS 4.2 available for the most recent versions of its smartphone, handheld, and tablet. The new version brings support for wireless printing to all of these devices, as well as other enhancements.
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