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I-mate touts innovative PDA-phones

I-mate says it plans to innovate, not imitate, with its handsets such that each model is unique in its own right.

By 19 February 2009


O2 unveils Flame, Zinc, Graphite 3G PDA-phones

Eyeing off O2's PDA and smartphones but disappointed with the lack of 3G support? Its line-up for 2007 looks impressive, with Wi-Fi, 2-megapixel cameras and zippy processors on all models.

By 23 November 2006


Handspring's PDA-phone close at hand

The Treo should begin selling in the United States in January, as the company strives "to sell millions of these in the next year."

13 November 2001


Report: Palm putting itself up for sale

Company will start seeking bidders as early as this week, according to Bloomberg. HTC and Lenovo are on the very short list of potential bidders.

By 12 April 2010


The 411: Return to the answer seat

Every two weeks, Nicole Lee answers your questions about cell phones and their accessories.

By 13 April 2010


HP Compaq AirLife 100 almost official

The HP Compaq AirLife 100 is rumored to be a Qualcomm Snapdragon-equipped, Android-powered "smartbook" with the battery life of a PDA-phone.

By 23 January 2010


Burn, Baby, Burn! GPS Inferno

Preliminary use of the Sprint Navigation feature indicates that a vehicle charger is needed even for short trips.

By 8 July 2009


The Real Deal 155: Smartphone Apps

Viewers submitted their favorite apps for BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Nokia and iPhone.

By 1 April 2009


Fashion phones feature Porsche, Hello Kitty

On the show floor of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we spotted some Sagem Wireless phones co-designed with Porsche. And who can resist this cute Hello Kitty phone?

By 19 February 2009


Obama's new BlackBerry: The NSA's secure PDA?

RIM's BlackBerry may not be certified by the National Security Agency to handle top-secret material, but a PDA-phone called the Sectera Edge has been. Its operating system: Microsoft Windows Mobile.

By 13 January 2009