Brooks Benefiel took a good look at a smartphone, a tablet and a netbook computer and asked "what do all three have in common?" The answer is processing power.
Is that 1.2GHz dual-core HTC Sensation just not powerful enough for ya? Samsung agrees. The world's largest consumer electronics company will reportedly drop a smartphone with a mighty 2GHz dual-core next year.
You're fat. Well, not fat. Let's say overweight. And you're on a strict diet under a doctor's supervision. Or, you have allergies, and you have to be careful about your environment and what you eat. Or, you have diabetes, and...
In a couple of hours, Windows Phone 7 will make its big debut. Reviews of the preview build of the OS were generally favorable, but the technology is just the beginning. Cellphones are completely different beasts than they were when Microsoft first entered the mobile market 10 years ago. WP7 is challenged like other major smartphone OS has been. Here's why.
The darling of this week's CEATEC conference in Japan is turning out to be Fujitsu's beautiful dual-touchscreen smartphone concept device.
The feature that was originally supposed to keep the iPhone from winning in Japan--lack of an electronic wallet function common to most Japanese phones--proved to be meaningless in the end. Nevertheless, KDDI is hanging the fortunes of its new Sharp IS03 on the fact that it is the country's first smartphone with an electronic wallet feature.
We've come a long way from the bulky satellite phones of the '80s that used to come with a lunchbox-sized attachment. Still, with whoppers like the Dell Streak on the horizon, and with the HTC Evo having its own kickstand...
The Internet has been alive with "reviews" of a developer's sample of a Samsung smartphone running Windows Mobile 7 (aka Windows Phone 7 or WinMob7 or WM7), Microsoft's latest mobile operating system. Most reports have generally been positive, but none of them will mean much in the real world filled with recession-afflicted consumers making delicate dollar-dispersement decisions. The answers to five questions will determine if WM7 will succeed or fail.
Promising to turn your smartphone into a device that could help make nearly any inanimate object "smart" as well is the iPhone RFID prototype media player.
Motorola goes beyond the mere slider with Flipout, an Android 2.1 smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard that twirls out from underneath. Besides its good looks, its main innovation is its spruced-up Motoblur interface, letting you better aggregate social networking by resizing its windows and filtering stuff you don't need right away. Nice idea, making it easier to navigate its tiny, 2.8-inch square screen.