Well, I got my hands on the new iPod touch this afternoon – I must say that my first impressions are very, very positive. A full review will be coming later in the week, but I wanted to share my first out-of-the-box impressions of this phone-less iPhone with everyone straight away. P.S. Microsoft has to[…]
Meet the first-ever non-touchscreen smartphone from Palm, the Windows Mobile 6 Standard Treo 500. The new smartphone was announced for Europe’s wireless carrier Vodafone, and it’s unclear at this point whether the Treo 500 will come to the United States. Palm’s handhelds generally end up in the States sooner or later, so we’ll keep you[…]
If you’re a Facebook user, OutSync allows you to quickly sync photos from Facebook to matching contacts in Microsoft Outlook. Once the photos are synced with Outlook, they’ll be transferred to your Windows Mobile device – all without ever having to copy-and-paste a thing. OutSync is a free download.
Though we haven’t heard anything from AT&T Mobile on the subject, Amazon.com has posted images and product information on an upcoming Windows Mobile 6 smartphone bearing the AT&T logo, the Pantech C810 Duo. According to Amazon, the C810 will ship in 2-4 weeks. Details are a bit sketchy at this point, but we do know[…]
Here’s a little non-Windows Mobile news for ya! As predicted, Apple has announced a new family of iPods. The iPod Classic and new 3G iPod nano are available for order now and should ship in the coming days. The big story, however, is the iPod Touch, an iPhone-like device without the phone, the Touch features[…]
HP has seemed to be the sleeping giant of Windows Mobile devices, as it once ruled the market and in recent years has done little to maintain its position. Now, HP is readying two new iPAQ handhelds for release over the next two months, one touchscreen smartphone and one Classic PDA. The iPAQ 610c runs[…]
The fate of the Foleo so-called “Mobile Companion” was sealed in a letter released today from Palm, Inc. President and CEO Ed Colligan. Citing as the primary reason a need to focus the company’s “energies on delivering [the] next generation platform and the first smartphones that will bring this platform to market,” Mr. Colligan has canceled[…]
Almost one month ago, the first information began trickling out regarding a line of iPAQ Windows Mobile PDAs and Smartphones scheduled for release by HP sometime before the end of 2007. Today, we have more information regarding two members of this family of devices, the iPAQ 614c and 914c.
“If you and your Sprint PPC-6700 or Verizon XV6700 (HTC Apache) have been feeling a little left out in the cold while all those other handsets get that sought-after Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional upgrade, buck up little buddy! ppcgeeks forum user Helmi_c has finally finished cooking his own WM6 ROM for said handsets” – intomobile.com
HTC Europe has officially launched the TyTn II, a.k.a. the HTC Kaiser, a.k.a. (if you believe the reports) the AT&T Tilt. This new Windows Mobile 6 Professional (touchscreen) smartphone will likely drop in our American laps sometime in the next few weeks.