The measurement firm M:Metrics reported today that 85% of iPhone users accessed news and information on the Web in the month of January. That made this smartphone the most popular mobile device for accessing online news and information.
Nokia Researchers are developing a project called noBounds, which aims to expand smartphone and Internet Tablet screens with higher resolution external displays.
In the first few days after Apple released a beta of the iPhone SDK Software Development Kit (SDK), it was downloaded a surprising number of times. Update: Apple has begun to notify companies and individuals if they have been accepted into its iPhone Developer Program, or if they will have to wait.
Since it was announced a little over a month ago, Opera Software's newest version of its web browser for mobile devices has been hotly anticipated by users seeking a next generation browser. Now we take the lid off an initial version of the new Opera Mobile 9.5. *UPDATED*
Apple has quietly revealed a critical fact about its smartphone: applications developers create for the iPhone will only be able to run one at a time, and will not be able to run in the background.
Two companies that potentially could create very important applications for the iPhone and iPod touch have expressed cautious optimism about developing applications for these devices.
Asus' CEO has good news for those in the U.S. who are eagerly awaiting the new version of his company's low-cost laptop: the Eee PC 900 is going to be released sooner than many had expected, and cost less than had been feared.
Smartphone-maker HTC is going to team up with Intel to release a Mobile Internet Device (MID) later this year, according to an unconfirmed news report.
Apple has just given the world its first look at the system it is putting together to allow developers to create and distribute third-party applications for the iPhone. *UPDATED*
Asus has just announced a version of its low-cost micro laptop with a wider screen and a much larger hard drive. *UPDATED*
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the handhelds and smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks.
Although Apple, Inc. is going to finally allow developers to release approved applications for the iPhone and iPod touch, according to an unconfirmed report the rules for this will be very stringent.
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