Samsung has announced a Windows Mobile 6 Standard upgrade for the SGH-i607 “BlackJack” Smartphone. The upgrade is free and can be downloaded from the Samsung web site. It should be noted that the updater is NOT compatible with Windows Vista, so if you need the update and you’re a Vista user, you may need to make a new XP friend.
The Touch seems to be a big hit among the CDMA carriers. Sprint and Alltel have already adopted the handset, and now a third is jumping on the bandwagon; Verizon Wireless will soon begin selling the HTC Touch as the Verizon XV6900 Touch.
The Motorola Q 9h Global surpasses its predecessor in almost every respect. While it is a bit thicker and heavier than the original Q, it more than makes up for this with solid performance, good battery life, a wide range of features and truly excellent call quality.
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Following months of delay, HP has begun shipping the flagship model of its iPAQ PDA line, the iPAQ 210 / 211 Enterprise Handheld. The iPAQ 210 runs Windows Mobile 6 Classic, features a VGA touchscreen, CF and SD slots, 802.11g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and more. Available for order now from select retailers.
Steve Jobs announced the MacBook Air during his keynote speech at Macworld 2008 this morning. The MacBook Air is small and thin enough to fit inside a manila envelope, and features an LED-backlit display, a scaled-down Intel Core 2 Duo processor, a Multi-Touch trackpad and a 64GB Solid State Disk (SSD) option.
Read more about the MacBook Air at Ultraportable1.com, Pocket PC Central’s Ultraportable Notebook sister site.