AMD announced availability of the AMD Geode LX firstname.lastname@example.orgW processor, designed for use with mobile and embedded devices. The company is promising desktop-like performance from the chip
PalmSource CEO David Nagel has resigned from the company despite the launch of their new LifeDrive product.
CNN and the Associated Press are repoting that you can now sign up to receive amber alerts via your cell phone.
Reuters is reporting that XM Satellite Radio is in talks with various wireless carriers about getting their service integrated into future phones.
JupiterResearch is reporting that 44% of online consumers are interested in watching free videos on their mobile phones, but only 19% are willing to pay for it.
SmartVideo Technologies announced a partnership with the Digital Music Video (DMV) Network to launch an advertising-supported video channel for your cell phone.
Yahoo! and Sprint announced an agreement to offer Yahoo! Games' multiplayer PC-to-mobile games to customers in the Game Lobby from Sprint.
In an effort to compete with RIM's Blackberry, Verizon is rolling out their own e-mail service, and lowering the price of the Treo 650 PDA phone.
A new study shows that men download more games to their cell phone than women. Surprised?
Compact and light, the Samsung SGH-E630 features a very elegant slide up design that is sure to grab attention along with its classic color combination of black and silver.
Telematics Research Group thinks that GPS systems will move from standaolne devices to your PDA or SmartPhone in the future.
Gigabyte, known for their motherboards and other computer hardware, plans on entering the cell phone market with new high-end products.
Kyocera plans to outsource most of their mobile phone production to a Flextronics facility in Mexico.
A report from In-Stat shows that some early adopters are lukewarm when it comes to the new multimedia phones hitting the market.
According to IDC, the worldwide market for handheld devices experienced its fifth successive quarter of year-over-year decline in the first quarter of 2005.