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For the Internet junkies, web browsers have become an integral part of their lives. But if you need your fix on the road, which web browser will you go for? We take a look at a few mobile web browsers, and give you a few insights of each of them in this feature article.
Thanks to the folks over at Sony Ericsson, we managed to get the upcoming Walkman W995 in our labs for a quick but thorough test run. Debuting at this year's CommunicAsia, check out our thoughts about Sony Ericsson's flagship Walkman device for the year, right after the jump.
Nokia is definitely flooding the markets with a torrent of N-series devices, and with that, we have one more for the road, the Nokia N85.
The Motorola dynasty has introduced a model designed for the Chinese market, the MOTOMING A1600 and it's here in our labs.
Small as it may be, the ASUS P320 Mini GPS PDA Phone manages to include a stack of features and comes abreast of the high-end Pocket PC phones in the market.
The HTC Touch HD, joining the ranks of mobile devices such as the iPhone 3G and Samsung Omnia as a multimedia-centric phone, has completed its tour of duty in our lab. Hear our initial impressions (literally) with our first episode of ZoneOut and read all about the final HTC Windows Mobile device for 2008 here.
The recession will be hitting everyone hard, but will you still be tempted to buy a Nokia N79? Read on and find the answer to that question.
The invasion of the 8-megapixel camera phones have started just in time for the holiday season. Will the next contender in this imaging contest, the Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot C905, be the holiday crowd's choice to capture the celebration moods? Check out our thoughts on this imaging powerhouse from Sony Ericsson.
Affordability seems to be the goal for ASUS, and with the P552w, they managed to toss in high performance at a reasonable pricing.
First the TouchFlo interface on the HTC Touch. Then the TouchFlo 3D on HTC Diamond. Now, we take a look at the latest evolution of the TouchFlo interface, making its debut on another addition to the HTC Touch family of Windows Mobile devices: the HTC Touch 3G.