1

HTC HD2 to accessorize with capacitive stylus and extended battery

Accessories are not the only reason to choose a certain device over another, but it seems to work in the case of the iPhone, so

November 25, 2009 Microsoft
9

First ELSE smartphone launched featuring revolutionary touch UI

Come early 2010, there’s going to be a new player in the crowded smartphone market bringing a new “revolutionary” interface and user experience. Developed by

November 24, 2009 UMPC
1

Jinbo to launch 5-inch Windows XP MID

To add to the recent coverage of pocket-friendly Windows XP devices (xpPhone, ViewSonic VCP08, and VIA MID), Chinese company Jinbo plans to launch a MID

November 24, 2009 UMPC
2

C-Motech Mangrove: A 7-inch Windows Mobile tablet with Snapdragon CPU

Is the HTC HD2 is just too small for your needs? For those in the “bigger is better” camp, a Taiwanese company called C-motech might

November 24, 2009 Microsoft, UMPC
7

Micro PC Talk enthusiasts create ultimate modded Sony VAIO UX

I think I speak for many of us when I say the Sony VAIO UX series was and is one of the great UMPCs and

November 23, 2009 UMPC
3

EKING S515 MID released and given a once-over

It's quite a change to finally see a new MID being released that doesn't run Android, but here we have the EKING S515 given a

November 23, 2009 UMPC
5

Camangi WebStation Android tablet launching next month

According to its official website, a Taiwanese company called Camangi is now on the verge of launching its previously concept-only WebStation MID in early December.

November 20, 2009 Android, UMPC
1

Sony Ericsson's Android UI called Nexus, coming to more devices

When the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 was unveiled, one of the things that stood out for me was the new UI that SE had created

November 19, 2009 Android
2

Limited-edition UMID mbook Pink now available from Dynamism

As of today, there is now one more variation of the UMID mbook M1 that we have reviewed a few times, and it comes with limited-edition

November 19, 2009 UMPC
2

Google working on its own Android phone?

Before the announcement of the Android OS, when everyone was talking about the rumored "Google Phone" or "G-Phone," I remember thinking that Google would follow

November 18, 2009 Android
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