It's Day 0, one day before the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 officially opens the halls and Motorola is already busy with new announcements, including the first Honeycomb equipped tablet.
Taking its first step into the Google Android realm, the Garmin-Asus A10 puts navigation as its top priority. We explore some of its unique features and share our findings in this review.
In this App Attack, we take a look at some apps that have made millionaires out of developers, through a combination of luck, brilliance and tenacity. These are the apps that lived through the rags-to-riches story.
Sony Ericsson seems to be seeking the middle ground with its new Xperia X8 - the device is essentially a miniature version of its flagship X10 and shares similarities with the X10 mini series. How will the device fit in? Hit the jump to find out more.
Nokia's N8 comes with a revamped Symbian^3 OS boasting improved user interface and hardware elements such as a 12-megapixel camera are part of its unique proposition. But will it be enough to quell the critics' view of the Finnish outfit's ailing market share? You'll find the answers within this review.
Third time's a charm, and that's what we can say for the third touch screen device from Research in Motion, the BlackBerry Torch 9800. And we're here to explain why this is so, in our review.
Motorola's final Android device of 2010 has been revealed. Does the manufacturer end the year on a bang? Here are our initial impressions of this new addition to the Motorola lineup.
To be, or not to be a tablet? That is the question we asked of the Dell Streak, an Android 2.2 powered device with cellular capabilities on a 5-inch display. We shed light on the Dell Streak's identity crisis in our review.
Samsung's WP7 device comes with a 4.0-inch AMOLED screen, a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor and a lightweight body of 138g. How does it stand out amidst the other WP7 smartphones? Hit the jump to find out.
There is a certain charm to having a physical QWERTY keyboard and a reverse trackpad on a phone. Question is, did the Motorola CHARM manage to do just that, and charm its way into our hearts? Here are our impressions.