Continuing a long Brighthand tradition, Ed Hardy has once again made some predictions for what's going to happen in the mobile market during the next twelve months.» Read Article
Verizon has started a new program aimed at letting customers dispose of a phone in an environmentally sound way while also benefiting community programs and giving credit toward a new phone or phone bill.
Arguing that San Francisco's new cell phone radiation law violates the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution, the CTIA wireless industry association has filed a lawsuit to halt its enforcement.
In the midst of ongoing research, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is now saying that there is scientific evidence to suggest that cell phones do not pose a significant health risk as a result of radio frequency (RF) energy.
An updated version of the Maemo 5 Alpha SDK has been released. This includes the first shots of the new Maemo 5 user interface.
A new, significantly enhanced, version of Microsoft's web browser for smartphones should be available for some models before the end of this year.
The current global economic condition has made it harder for smaller companies to acquire funding/investments. How will mobile device makers respond in light of this?
Brighthand's Editor-In-Chief uses his latest editorial to try to be sure those who are in the market for a new smartphone are aware of a little-used option: unlocked devices.
Celio Corp has released drivers for its Redfly that allows this laptop-like device to be used with 12 additional smartphones, growing the compatibility list to 19 of the most popular Windows Mobile devices.
MWg America has cut the price on its latest Windows Mobile smartphone, the Zinc II. This device -- which offers a sliding keyboard, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a new finger-friendly user interface -- is now $150 less.
MWg America has just begun shipping the Zinc II, its latest Windows Mobile smartphone. It offers a sliding keyboard, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a new finger-friendly user interface.
According to a roadmap from device manufacturer MWg, the company plans to have a Windows Mobile 7 device on the market some time in the fourth quarter of this year. That's earlier than this version of this operating system had previously been expected.
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