The Google and LG partnership, embodied by the LG GW620, has much potential in the social networking market.
2010 could be the year for Motorola, and the Motorola DEXT is the first of many Android devices coming our way. How will the little green droid revive the company and put it back into the game? We answer that, in this full review of the Motorola DEXT and its accompanying MOTOBLUR service.
The Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 represents the Korean chaebol's aim to incorporate both work and play into a powerful device. Our experience with it says otherwise.
Can the newly released INQ Chat 3G withstand the needs of a social media junkie? We find out.
A successor in every right, the HTC Touch2 is built with the latest TouchFlo interface and powered by the all-new Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5.
The Nokia X6 isn't the first X-series device to hit the stores, but it'll definitely be known as Nokia's first device with a capacitive touch screen. How does the new music-centric X-series perform in a sea of convergent devices? Lend us your ears, as we share the story of the new Nokia X6.
LG has come up with a mobile that fits not your hand but your wrist. Will it sell like hotcakes or just be another gimmicky device? Here's our verdict.
Nokia's foray into the internet tablet business has come full circle with the new N900. This latest Maemo-based device now features full cellular support and a new interface that could herald the future of Nokia's N-series devices. Read on to learn more about the first of possibly many Nokia-Maemo partnerships.
In a time when there was just too many phones to choose from, RIM's BlackBerry Bold 9000 was a real gem amongst the sea of devices. Now, the definitive product from the Canadian company has a new successor, the BlackBerry Bold 9700. But will it gain the popularity enjoyed by its earlier sibling? We reveal all in this review!
We take a close look at the recently released Nokia X3, one of the newer models under the XpressMusic line and see whether it is up to par with our expectations.