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The Bluetooth SIG has announced a new version of the standard, designed for use in 'smart' watches, which draws a minimum of power.
Enterprising hackers have ported the Chromium browser - based around Google's Chrome - to Nokia's flagship N900 smartphone running Maemo Linux.
A patent filed by smartphone manufacturer HTC details a clamshell device with two touchscreens - and appears to be remarkably similar to Microsoft's proposed Courier.
The BPhone smartphone has just launched in China, and it's an interesting hybrid of bulky smartphone and micro-miniaturised netbook-stroke-tablet PC.
Ubiquitous Corp. has unveiled a technology which offers ARM-based devices the ability to boot from a completely powered off state in under one second.
Microsoft unveils seriously ambitious plans for the GPU it wants inside its new smartphones.
Pwn2Own - long a staple of the CanSecWest security conference - is putting more than half of its prize fund towards exploits in popular smartphone platforms.
Forget everything you knew about Windows Mobile - Windows Phone Series 7 is a complete rethink by Microsoft of its mobile OS, and it looks great.
Intel and Nokia are to merge their existing mobile operating systems to create a new Linux-based OS for mobile PCs, netbooks, tablets and in-vehicle entertainment systems
The release of the Symbian platform under an open-source licence went ahead this week, completing a process which started in June 2008.
Samsung has announced plans to mass produce a 3.3" WVGA AMOLED display for mobile handsets which features capacitive touch elements integrated directly on to the panel.
Nokia's flagship N900 smartphone - built around the Maemo 5 operating system - has been hacked and made to boot Google's rival Android platform.
Market watcher Gartner predicts that mobile application stores like the Android Market or Apple's App Store will generate $6.2 billion in revenue in 2010 - and could decide the platform war.
Nokia has previewed a next-generation user interface for its Symbian mobile platform, to be voted on by the Symbian Foundation ahead of the next major release.
LG Mobile has announced that "more than half" of its planned 'phone output is to run Google's increasingly popular Android platform, with Windows Mobile pushed into second place.
Apple has confirmed reports that it has purchased mobile advertising specialist Quattro Wireless, echoing a similar move by Google back in November.
Mobile manufacturers Sony Ericsson and Nokia have both pulled Symbian-based handsets off the UK market following complaints about software unreliability.
The first release of Android 2.0's SDK - codenamed 'Eclair' - has hit the 'net, and there's some interesting new features for developers to play with.
Google has launched the software development kit for the next version of Android, and there are some impressive new features due in 'Donut.'
Apple's iPhone is responsible for an impressive 32 percent of overall profits in the smartphone sector - despite accounting for a mere 8 percent turnover.
In an attempt to steal a march on the next generation of smartphone interfaces, mobile giant Nokia has filed a patent for a smart fabric which can read motion.
The iPhone 3.0 update went live for public download yesterday, bringing shiny new features to the masses - sadly, along with server timeouts and 'phone locking.
Freescale has unveiled a range of concept designs for "smartbook" systems - devices based on the company's ARM processors that sit between smartphones and netbooks.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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