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  • Review: BlackBerry 8830 World Edition

    What makes the BlackBerry 8830 World Edition an unusual smartphone is the fact that it offers support for both CDMA and GSM cellular-wireless networks. This means that people who use CDMA carriers like Sprint or Verizon can get the 8830 and still ...  Continue Reading

  • Review: Nokia E61i

    The Nokia E61i is an updated version of the E61, which debuted in 2006. This model offers a full QWERTY keyboard in a slim tablet design. It includes a QVGA display in a landscape orientation. It has 60 MB of storage, plus the ability to "hot swap" ...  Continue Reading

  • Review: BlackBerry Curve

    The BlackBerry Curve, also called the 8300, is one of this company's next generation devices with multimedia capabilities, including playing music and video. It has a built-in QWERTY keyboard and a 320-by-240-pixel (QVGA) display. It also includes a...  Continue Reading

  • Review: Nokia N95

    The Nokia N95 is a cutting-edge S60 smartphone with an innovative design that makes it easy for users to switch between phone and media player modes. It also offers 3G cellular-wireless networking and Wi-Fi.  Continue Reading

  • Managed mobile services

    In this managed mobile services series, Dan Taylor examines managed services for device management, email, enterprise applications, and cellular telephony. It concludes with a best practices guide.  Continue Reading

  • Review: Palm Treo 755p

    The Treo 755p is one of Palm's first generation of smartphones with a slimmer profile and no external antenna. It runs the Garnet OS (formerly Palm OS Garnet). It was created for CDMA carriers and offers support for the 3G cellular-wireless ...  Continue Reading

  • Review: BlackBerry 8800

    This cellular-wireless device is large enough to qualify as a handheld, though many might call it a smartphone. It is one of RIM's first models to include significant support for multimedia, including playing video and MP3 files. The BlackBerry 8800...  Continue Reading

  • Windows 5.0 -- Optimizing data sync

    Optimizing mobile applications can be a difficult task, but from an end user standpoint, it is the speed, responsiveness and functionality of the application that is most important. By combining the network notification capabilities of SNAPI with ...  Continue Reading

  • Mobile data services development trends in 2007

    The wireless industry is evolving faster than ever and easy-to-use interfaces will allow extremely powerful data services on the network to be delivered to the handset user. In this column, Darrell Jordan-Smith takes a look at new data services ...  Continue Reading

  • Cell phones: Who owns them?

    The ambiguities that have surrounded the handset -- namely who owns it, who dictates what happens on it and who enforces these rules -- present problems for service providers and enterprises alike. This financial quandary in equipment, however, has ...  Continue Reading

  • Review: Palm Treo 750

    The 750 greatly resembles previous smartphones from Palm, but, unlike its predecessors, it does not need an external antenna. It has a tablet design, with a 240-by-240-pixel touchscreen above an alphanumeric keyboard. This smartphone runs Windows ...  Continue Reading

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