Nokia has shipped one million N-Gage units worldwide since sales of this gaming-oriented smartphone started eleven months ago.
News that one of palmOne's competitors may be putting together a smartphone with many of the same features as the Treo 600 was enough to spook investors.
Opera Software today announced that a version of its web browser will soon become available for smartphones running Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system.
A look at what recent rumors say about two upcoming palmOne handhelds and a smartphone.
Several pictures and some additional details of palmOne's next smartphone have been leaked. These confirm many of the earlier rumors about this device.
Samsung has distributed the SGH-i530 Palm OS smartphone to thousands of officials and VIPs at the Olympic games. It has also posted a description of this device on its web site.
Samsung recently acknowledged the existence of an upcoming Palm OS smartphone for CDMA networks. This device is expected to be available from Sprint PCS later this year.
Most of us have at some point or another have looked at the software on our handhelds and wondered if there were better versions of what we use most. Maybe a better calendar or word processor would appeal better than the ones that came with your device. Sure, there are many free programs out there, but it is a bit of a pleasure to find a piece of software that, for a low fee, can make owning a mobile device (PalmOS, PocketPC, or Smartphone) a better experience. To that end, electronic software distributors (ESDs) have been created to be portals to these programs of note. Some of the more popular portals (Handango, PalmGear, PocketGear, MobileGround, and Pdassi) see many visitors every day who are looking to download the latest version of a current program, or that diamond in the rough program that can probably change the way one looks that a PDA.
DigiTimes has posted a nice interview with David Nagel, president of PalmSource. Nagel continues to reinforce their commitment to Smartphone and comments on topics including; GPS, Cobalt enhancements, the spike in PDA sales and their 300,000+ member developer network.
Some pictures have emerged of what is supposed to be Research in Motion's first smartphone.
Motorola has reportedly decided to not release a low-end smartphone it announced earlier this year.
d-Media Systems is an ODM based in Taiwan. Their core business is mobile technology, including Smartphones and PDAs. The "In-View" Pocket PC N-911 will feature not only integrated GPS, but an impressive 260,000 color display.
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