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?
Have mobile phones evolved beyond its original intent? With the Nokia 6710 Navigator, it does seem so. This navigation-centric device has much to offer with Nokia's latest Ovi Maps and lifetime navigation license on top of its basic cellular functionality. Here's what we thought of the new Navigator after an epic journey.
The Xperia X2 is the successor to the highly publicized X1, Sony Ericsson's first Windows Mobile QWERTY handset ever. Has it improved for the better? Only one way to find out!
At long last, the HTC Hero is now all powered up, ready to take on the world. But is the world ready for the third Android device by HTC? And will HTC's Sense UI debut performance on the Android phone truly enhance the user experience? With batteries locked and loaded, we challenge our senses, and answer the Hero's calling in this review.
While the Nokia Booklet 3G and N900 might have stolen the thunder at this year's Nokia World, there's more to come. We also stole a few peeks at the very 'secretive' Nokia N97 Mini and a new segmentation known as the X-series (formerly XpressMusic devices) consisting of the newly dubbed Nokia X3 and X6 devices.
Straight from Nokia's high-key event over at Stuttgart, Germany, we bring you firsthand news of two of the hottest gadgets to have emerged since last month. The first is Nokia's Booklet 3G that's making headway into the netbook territory and the second is the svelte new Nokia N900 smartphone, which runs on Maemo OS instead of the usual Symbian S60.