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Attention! Fashion phone on the catwalk. Please step aside and make room for the latest model - Jalou from Sony Ericsson. Does it WOW you?
Christmas comes early for all the iPhone lovers out there, with SingTel, Starhub and M1 revealing the iPhone 3GS price plans. So now, the question is - which telco plan is most suited for you? We've done some quick analysis to help you out in this article. *Updated!* All three telcos have matched each other's data bundle and data cap offer.
Are you are an owner of the HTC Touch HD, or for that matter, a Windows Mobile device? If so, we think you should hop on in for the evaluation of the HTC HD2, equipped with the new HTC Sense UI, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz processor, on a 4.3-inch capacitive touch screen with multi-touch. Repeat after us - it's upgrade time!
Rise of the Android? It would seem so when all major players are starting to showcase their Android devices. Sony Ericsson hopes to enter the market with a big bang using a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and their unique Timescape and Mediascape UI. Here are our first impressions of the upcoming XPERIA X10.
We know it's hard to part ways with an old flame, but change is a necessity. The question is - will the Nokia E72 live up to its predecessor's name, and prove that the Finnish company's E-series device wasn't a one-hit wonder? We share our thoughts and analysis of the E72 within this full review.
Nokia has introduced a small "sister" to its N97 line up: the N97 mini, available in cherry black and garnet.
Turning your phone into something funky is made possible with the HTC Tattoo and its customizable covers.
While the Aino may look and feel like a lot of the slider phones in the market today, the Aino's main highlight is its ability to communicate with the PS3 and remotely serve you media content stored at home. How does it do it? Better yet, we'll show you!
LG's fourth Black Label device, the LG BL40 Chocolate, is one of those things that you can never ignore - if not for its sexy looks, then for its unusual elongated form factor. We check out how the Chocolate that neither melts in your mouth, nor in your hand fares in our full review.
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.