When HP released its iPAQ 500 Series VoiceMessenger Windows Mobile Smartphone last month, it now appears that the handheld was only the first of several new Windows Mobile devices scheduled for release this year. A new line-up of iPAQ devices is scheduled for release later this year and will range from a standard entry-level PDA to[…]
We’ve known about the Motorola Q9h for months now, and today there’s some indication that there may finally be an imminent carrier adoption. According to various postings on the Internet (most specifically The Boy Genus Report), AT&T Mobile may announce its offering of the Q9h on August 24, 2007. Stay tuned for more information in[…]
A new online video shows what appears to be a Dell Axim X51v running Windows Mobile 6 Classic. While this is likely an OS build modified (hacked) to run on the Axim, if someone could get a headache-free Windows Mobile 6 upgrade for the X51v working – and that’s a big IF – Axim users[…]
Windows Mobile devices wear many hats. We use them as personal planners, phones, video players, gaming machines, GPS navigators and even flashlights, but today we may be able to add another function to this list: insect repellant. Mosquito Defence is a new application from OneCoreSoft which purports to use the speaker of Windows Mobile devices (touchscreen[…]
the wait for the Kaiser may soon be over, as the FCC has just approved the new handheld for sale in the United States. According to new Internet reports, the HTC Kaiser will be sold by AT&T as the 8925, but regardless of its name it’s now almost certain that the Kaiser will be coming[…]
The Motorola q9m, the CDMA variant of the q9, may be available from Verizon Wireless by early August. Stay tuned for more details…
This update addresses a problem with the Palm Treo 750 where sounds are lost for phone calls and notifications.
Many users think they’re doing something wrong or that their handheld is malfunctioning when an SDHC card fails to work with their Windows Mobile device. Fear not, dear friend; you are not the problem, nor is there anything wrong with your PDA or smartphone. SDHC cards are not compatible with any Windows Mobile devices currently[…]
Many users continue to be confused by the naming scheme announced by Microsoft for Windows Mobile 6 devices. Now that a few Windows Mobile 6 handhelds are available, we’ve put together a brief – a primer of sorts – to help illustrate the different types of Windows Mobile 6 devices and to highlight what you[…]
On June 29, the day of the iPhone’s release, users began reporting much faster speeds on the AT&T wireless network. EDGE compatible devices – which had topped out at 40-50kbps – are now reaching 150, 160 or even 170kpbs, a much needed and eagerly welcomed improvement to the dated network.