i-Mate Makes Official North American Push With 4 Windows Mobile Smartphones

These four devices in the i-Mate Ultimates line—the 9502, 8502, 8150 and the 6150— are i-Mate's official push into the North American market. We've seen their Ultimates line before, but now they've promised a marketing campaign and sales direct from their website. Until now, the US market for Windows Mobile phones… »10/22/07 9:58pm10/22/07 9:58pm

Big and Proud: More Impressions of the Nokia e90 and the iMate Ultimate

I'm pretty superficial when it comes to my cell phones. I like them thin and stylish—drop them in your pocket and forget they're there. They gotta be smart too, I won't settle for any crap interface (although since I'm on Verizon, that's tough to do). So you'd think I'd be all over Samung's new Ultra series, right.… »2/16/07 5:57am2/16/07 5:57am

iMate Momento Digital Picture Frame: Wireless, RSS, Wi-Fi

iMate announced the Momento wireless digital picture frame, available in 10.2-inch ($299) and 7-inch ($200) sizes, both with an 800x480 display. You can plug a flash memory card directly into the frame to display its pictures, transfer photos via USB, or send pics to it via Wi-Fi. Plus, the device can communicate with… »1/16/07 9:05am1/16/07 9:05am

i-Mate Releases JASJAM and SP JAS, Re-badged Versions of The HTC TyTN and MTeoR

i-Mate continues the practice of letting the CEO's two year old child name their phones by releasing the i-Mate JASJAM and the i-MATE SP JAS. The JASJAM is their re-badged version of the HTC TyTN, and the SP JAS is their HTC MTeoR. Honestly, we can't decide which one of these two sets of names we dislike more. Though,… »8/29/06 5:15pm8/29/06 5:15pm