During the first quarter of this year, the market for mobile phones worldwide was unaffected by the economic slowdown. In fact, shipments rose by a double-digit percentage compared to the same period in 2007.
Ever since Sony Ericsson took the wraps off its first Windows Mobile smartphone, people have been eagerly awaiting this high-end device. Although its manufacturer has been vague about when the Xperia X1 will be released, one of the companies involved in the development has spilled the beans.
In his latest editorial, Brighthand's Editor-In-Chief gives his predictions on how the smartphone market will fare during the current economic downturn in the United States.
When Sony Ericsson first unveiled the Xperia X1, the company was somewhat hampered by the fact that this smartphone will run a version of Windows Mobile that had not yet been officially announced at that time. This has now changed, and it is now allowed to show off this device in all its glory.
Kingston has announced the DataTraveler Micro Reader, a USB drive that can store, transfer, and read content on a variety of mobile memory cards.
Sony Ericsson made headlines earlier this week by announcing its first Windows Mobile smartphone. The Xperia X1 is on display now at at tradeshow in Spain, and Brighthand's Kevin O'Brien brings us his first impressions after spending some time with it, including some video.
With the largest mobile phone-related tradeshow of the year going on now in Barcelona, Microsoft had been widely expected to unveil Windows Mobile 6.1 this week. However, it's clear this isn't going to happen.
After years making phones based on Symbian, Sony Ericsson has just taken a major step in a new direction by unveiling its very first device with Windows Mobile. *UPDATED*
Sony Ericsson has announced the results of its most recent financial quarter, but the big news was that the company passed a major milestone last year: 100 million handsets.
Sony has taken the wraps off an updated version of its mylo mobile Internet device (MID). Like its predecessor, this can access the web and make Skype calls over Wi-Fi, and also includes some additional features, like a built-in camera.
This week, Skype announced a version of its phone-like for the Sony Playstation Portable. However, that's as close as the PSP is going to get to becoming a smartphone for some time.
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