• September 23, 2008 23 Sep'08

    BlackBerry Google Mobile app updated

    Specifically for BlackBerry devices, Google has released a Google Mobile application.

  • September 23, 2008 23 Sep'08

    Google, T-Mobile announce Android-based smartphone release

    Long-awaited, the first Android-based smartphone was announced from Google and T-Mobile recently. The G1 is designed with the consumer in mind, as it lacks support for Exchange.

  • September 23, 2008 23 Sep'08

    HTC Touch Pro, Diamond: Smartphone previews

    HTC's latest mobile devices were released about the same time as this Fall's CTIA show, where Editor Kevin O'Brien had the opportunity to try out and make videos of both the Touch Pro and the Diamond.

  • September 23, 2008 23 Sep'08

    BlackBerry Thunder/Storm rumored priced at $199

    RIM's first BlackBerry touchscreen, the Storm or the Thunder, inspires many rumors though it is still unavailable. One video already exists, showing off a pre-production model.

  • September 22, 2008 22 Sep'08

    BackBerry's software chief discusses serving consumers and enterprises

    RIM CTO David Yach believes BlackBerry devices can continue to serve the needs of enterprises even as they become more popular as a consumer device.

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  • September 22, 2008 22 Sep'08

    Palm announces next-gen Palm OS II by mid-year 2009

    Palm recently announced that their long-anticipated next-generation Palm mobile operating system, commonly dubbed Palm OS II, would be running by mid-year 2009.

  • September 22, 2008 22 Sep'08

    Android to draw 4% of U.S. smartphone market before end of 2008

    Google's Android mobile operating system is not yet available but research already indicates an Android-based phone will garner 4% of U.S. market share before end of 2008.

  • September 19, 2008 19 Sep'08

    Palm Treo Pro: Smartphone preview

    Palm's latest mobile device, the Treo Pro, arrives -- boasting a touchscreen and a QWERTY keyboard -- and is previewed in this video.

  • September 19, 2008 19 Sep'08

    T-Mobile unveils first Android mobile

    The first Android-based mobile phone, the HTC Dream from T-Mobile, is expected to be unveiled soon.

  • September 19, 2008 19 Sep'08

    Palm faces losses despite reorganization

    Though Palm has worked hard to reinvent itself, the company still finds itself facing considerable losses.

  • September 17, 2008 17 Sep'08

    CallWave brings Web conferencing capabilities to mobile devices

    CallWave's new FUZE software lets desktop users and road warriors alike join in rich-media Web conferencing.

  • September 15, 2008 15 Sep'08

    Fixed-mobile convergence: Dual-mode versus cellular-only

    There are two main approaches to fixed-mobile convergence: cellular-only and dual-mode Wi-Fi/cellular. Each approach has benefits and challenges. At Interop this week, vendors on both sides of the issue will debate what enterprises should choose.

  • September 12, 2008 12 Sep'08

    RIM BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 announced

    RIM recently announced the new BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220, a flip mobile device based on their popular Pearl design. A standard RIM smartphone, it will feature RIM's SureType keyboard, two screens and 802.11b Wi-Fi among other features.

  • September 10, 2008 10 Sep'08

    Visto adds mobile social networking to email application

    Push email provider Visto has added mobile social networking to its product. Visto Social Networking aggregates multiple user identities into one easy-to-use address book and offers click-to-call and click-to-email capabilities.

  • September 03, 2008 03 Sep'08

    Mobile devices not so open when carriers' bottom line is threatened

    While next-generation mobile phones are more open and play nicer with third-party developers, some applications are still taboo, particularly when they intersect with service provider interests.