palmOne has released an update for the Sprint PCS version of the Treo 600. This makes a number of improvements to the functioning of this smartphone. palmOne is expected to soon release similar updates for the versions of this device that run on other carriers' wireless networks.
palmOne has one significant problem with its flagship smartphone: it can't get enough parts to meet customer demand.
palmOne plans to have the same software sets on its handhelds and smartphones by the end of this year.
According to new information, palmOne won't release an updated version of its popular Treo 600 smartphone for several months.
Fish Tycoon and 6th Gear were released this week; Astraware ported some of its classic games to to Windows Mobile Smartphone; and more.
The first details have leaked out about the successor to Sony Ericsson's P900 smartphone.
Word is starting to leak out that Sony Ericsson is prepping a new Smartphone, dubbed Layla, to replace the P900 as early as 3Q this year. The early images look similar to the P900 with the major design change being an integrated QWERTY keyboard on the inside of the number pad.
Although the Symbian OS is the most popular smartphone operating system in Europe, most smartphones sold in the U.S. run the Palm OS.
NetFront 3.1 is now available for the Sony Ericsson P800 and P900, plus other Symbian-based smartphones using the UIQ interface.
AnexTEK, a subsidiary of Wistron, has launched a self-branded Windows Mobile 2003 Smartphone called the SP230. The unit will be released in many parts of Europe and Asia next month. The SP230 is a GSM/GPRS phone and features a 400 MHz PXA255 processor and 64MB of RAM and ROM.
Glass Lantern's mPack, featuring eleven tools and utilities for Windows Mobile smartphones, is now in public beta.
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