Details and specs of the HTC DROID Incredible were revealed this week and it should be launching on Verizon Wireless this month. The Nexus One hasn't yet made it to Verizon and with the better specs of the Incredible, is the Nexus One DOA?
Smartphones and Cell Phones
It seems everyone in business has a smartphone today to keep connected to the office and enjoy their time away from the office. Matthew Miller provides you with news, commentary and in-depth reviews of the latest in mobile phones sporting iOS, Android, Wi
Matthew Miller started using a Pilot 1000 in 1997 and has been writing news, reviews, and opinion pieces ever since.
Applications are extremely popular on smartphones today and as a result a conference devoted to them is launching in Vegas this summer. APPCON will be held from August 24th through 26th.
The new KIN Windows Phone devices appeal to both of my teen daughters and I think they will seriously challenge the feature phone QWERTY keyboard devices currently on the market. They are not designed to challenge the iPhone or high end smartphones, but they offer more than the typical feature phone.
Wow, I was WAY off when I wrote that I doubted we would ever see Opera Mini approved by Apple for the iPhone, but I just received news from Opera that Opera Mini was approved by Apple and will be on the App Store within 24 hours.
Microsoft announced their new KIN ONE and KIN TWO devices today and I had the chance to spend time with both devices. Check out my videos, image gallery, and thoughts on these two devices.
SanDisk sent out a notice on Friday revealing the Microsoft was going to announce their "pink" phones and not to forget that SanDisk cards work with mobile phones. However, they actually do not work with the new Microsoft KIN phones.
Microsoft is making an announcement today with live events in San Francisco, Redmond, and New York. Stay tuned here as I live blog the event with the Sprint Overdrive powering the connection.
The rumors surrounding Microsoft Pink phones have been around for quite some time, but I am still amazed by how much has been kept silent with the expansive testing program Microsoft had in place. These devices are targeted at the youth market and should not be compared to higher end smartphones.
There is speculation that Palm may soon be for sale with HTC as a leading possible buyer. If HTC does buy Palm, what will they do with them? Check out my article for four possible strategies to be employed by HTC.
Palm started out 2009 with a bang after announcing webOS, but the launch never seemed to live up to the promise and Palm is struggling yet again. Rumors report they are going up for sale soon so now the speculation possible buyers will surface.