Additional Treo 650 Pictures Posted

More pictures of the rumored palmOne Treo 650 have been posted. The new pictures show more angles of the upcoming smartphone and confirm additional details.

Motorola A768i Review

Guest contributor Michael Puhala gives us his take on Motorola's A768i, one of their Linux-based smartphones that employs a PDA style form factor. It may not have much in the way of photo taking abilities, but the A768i might be the thing for business users.

Apple Unveils Fastest, Most Affordable iBook G4 Ever

Apple today announced that it has unveiled its fastest, most affordable iBook G4 ever, featuring built-in AirPort Extreme 54 Mbps 802.11g wireless networking across the line and prices starting at US$999. They also announced the addition of a 1.8GHz single processor Power Mac G5 desktop priced at US$1,499 to its 64-bit Power Mac G5 line. Apple updated its Xserve RAID storage system too.

HP iPAQ hx4700 Review

Sliding in at the very top of the Pocket PC high-end range, HP's new iPAQ hx4700 boasts a glorious 4" screen and WM2K3 Second Edition: Jørgen Sundgot gets up close and personal.

RIM Demoing First BlackBerry with Built-in Wi-Fi

Research In Motion (RIM) is showing off an upcoming BlackBerry wireless handheld that will be its first to offer Wi-Fi and VoWLAN support. In some ways, the BlackBerry 7270 will be quite similar to previous RIM products, but in others it will be very different.

Introduction to Mobile Application Architectures

As mobile devices become more common, it becomes imperative to understand how this environment poses unique application architecture challenges. This chapter will help you understand the issues involved in developing applications for mobile devices.

Big News: Sharp pulls Zaurus back to Japan

Facing stuff competition and low sales, a Sharp representative has informed infoSync World that the company has decided to fully withdraw its Zaurus SL line of Linux-based handhelds from the US market and focus on its home market in Japan.

Driving Mr. Tux -- Linux takes on automotive apps

Metrowerks has set out to drive Linux further into the automotive telematics market by launching what it calls "Automotive Grade Linux," a version of the open source operating system enhanced with non-traditional features to address the specific requirements of automotive telematics.

INTERVIEW: Chander Kant of LinuxCertified

Today, Tux:Tops features an interesting interview with founder, Chander Kant. We discuss all things concerned Linux's laptop support with the latest kernels.

Suse 9.2 Is For Newbies, Laptops

Novell announced that the Suse Linux Professional 9.2, available in November, targeting home users, new comers to Linux and enthusiasts. Its advanced power management through ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) and suspend-to-disk features also make it easy for laptop users who require the increased mobility this affords.