The Ocosmos OCS7, A Sacrifice To The MID Gods

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/eng_03_02_01.jpg" />The MID, mostly lately personified by devices from <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/tag/archos/">Archos</a> and <a

IS01: Sharp to roll out Android smartbook

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/sharp_android-620x465.jpg" /> There's just one Android phone currently available in Japan, one of the biggest mobile markets in the worl

Android MID identified as the MID-560, looks pretty

Can’t wait for your iPad? Get you one of these. This is the MID-560, the odd device we saw yesterday that seemed to be a cross between an iPod Touch and the G1. The company who makes it is calle

Mysterious Android MID appears

What is it? Is it a phone? It’s safe to say that it’s at least 3 inches deep and roughly 4 inches wide based on shots taken atop the Sony Vaio P. Other than that, nothing else is known about this

Another day, another tiny MID: Samsung SWD-M100D with WiMax

Not a lot of information about this tiny little tablet but it has WiMAX, WiFi, and a keyboard. It also has a 3-megapixel camera and runs Windows Mobile 6.1.

LG & Intel's Brand Spankin New MID Platform

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/logo.jpg" /> LG and Intel announced that they are partnering to produce MIDs (mobile internet devices) based on Intel's Moorestown hardwa

Swiveling MID prototype with Palm-like keyboard is an enigma wrapped in a riddle wrapped in a mystery

Where to begin? The above device was apparently displayed at Computex back in June and had been speculated by some to be called the Palm Roteo (due to the very Palm-like keyboard) but has since been i

Video: PocketSurfer 2R mobile internet device

  We’ve had brushes with the PocketSurfer mobile internet device in the past, but here’s a look at the PocketSurfer 2R – an update to the PocketSurfer 2. If you haven’t heard of the Pocke

ClarionMiND brings nav to MIDs

ClarionMiND, the consumer usage application device was shown off today at IDF. The new Mobile Internet Navigation Device integrates familiar software with mobility. The ClarionMiND adds GPS features t

Early Atom-based mobile internet device costs $1130

Silly me, I thought these mobile internet devices (MID) based around Intel’s new Atom chipset were supposed to be relatively affordable. This Gigabyte M528 with 4.8-inch screen is up for pre-ord

Lenovo's 'IdeaPad U8' MID has a pretty nice UI


HTC jumping on the MID bandwagon this year

Word on the street is that HTC (makers of phones like the HTC Touch, the PPC-6xxx series devices, and more!) will be releasing Intel -powered MID devices this year. As you’ll recall from Intel&#

Intel UMPCs Switching To Linux

Not that anyone is excited about UMPCs anymore, but Intel made a pretty bold move this morning. From this day forth, Intel will being using a Linux-based GUI and platform for its UMPCs. Ditching Micro