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New Smartphone 2002 Handsets Coming

Two Taiwanese companies have announced plans to release mobile phones running Smartphone 2002 this year. Read full article

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Asustek (ASUS) to broaden their PDA line with new Smartphone and a second PDA

ASUS is a Taiwanese electronics company best known for their motherboards. In the second quarter of next year they plan on adding to their PDA line with a new Smartphone[...] Read full article

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Sendo Suing Microsoft Over Smartphone

Sendo accuses Microsoft of giving its intellectual property to other developers of mobile phones running Smartphone 2002. Read full article

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Kyocera 7135 Palm OS Smartphone Due Tomorrow

The long-awaited Kyocera 7135 Palm OS smartphone will be available on Friday from ALLTEL. It offers a clamshell design, an SD/MMC slot, and an MP3 player. Read full article

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Samsung i330 Palm OS Smartphone Now Available

Samsung has finally made the i330 smartphone available for purchase. This Palm OS smartphone can connect to high-speed CDMA 1XRTT wireless networks. Read full article

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New Smartphone from Compal on the way (picture)

The FCC has granted approval to Compal Electronics to sell their new Smartphone in the US. The phone runs on the Microsoft Smartphone 2002 operating system. Read full article

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Nextel Offering New Blackberry

RIM has developed the BlackBerry 6510, a smartphone that runs on Nextel's wireless networks and offers web surfing and email. Read full article

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Comic-al content for PDA’s and SmartPhones

Beamable.com is taking an interesting twist to graphic novels and comic books: porting them to Palm and PocketPC based handhelds, and Java-enabled smartphones. Read full article

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Samsung Announces i330 Smartphone

Samsung has officially announced an updated version of its Palm powered CDMA smartphone. Read full article

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BrightBytes™: RIM, PocketMac, Smartphone

Palm licenses RIMS's keyboard technology, new version of PocketMac, Sendo dumps Microsoft's Smartphone 2002, and more. Read full article