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Research in Motion (RIM) paves the way for tighter integration between native and third party developers, rich media content development and real-time, geo-location services. Read on for the details and what's coming your way as a BlackBerry developer and a user.
The Android scene is starting to get crowded, and Acer is putting the pedal to the metal with their new Acer Liquid. We got a brief hands-on with this new Android device, powered by the new Snapdragon processor. Read on for the sneak peek!
We were at the recent red carpet launch of LG's latest Chocolate BL40 mobile phone held at the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong. Join us as we take a closer look at this latest tech fashion accessory slated to hit the market in the middle of this month.
Speed or stability? If it's the former that you seek, the Acer neoTouch should be just right. The latter will be under question in this review.
You'll be surprised at how the humblest of mobile phones can be used to enrich lives of the emerging markets. Nokia's Life Tools is a service designed for this segment to enhance a community's agriculture and education system. We share some of our thoughts and findings on how Nokia employs this service in the real world.
Research in Motion is still making efforts to keep the competition at bay. And thus, enter the new BlackBerry Curve 8520.
Another year, another upgrade. October will be the month of Microsoft, and right before its Windows 7 desktop OS is officially available, the curtains are first raised for its mobile OS, Windows Mobile 6.5. The wait has been long and we won't keep you waiting, as we present Windows Mobile 6.5 in its entirety.
Thanks to the folks at Creative, we were treated to a sneak peek at its recently announced Creative Zii EGG. While it's not exactly a consumer product, the potential it holds for developers could inadvertently affect how consumers view mobile devices in future. We share with you our first impressions.
While the Nokia E52 has not been receiving much publicity as its cousin, the E71, we found out first-hand that the E52 is one phone that exceeded all our expectations and then some.
The INQ Mini 3G is being billed as the ultimate social networking phone. So what about it separates this cell from the rest of the phones in the market? Dare to find out?