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April 11, 2014 by

HTC One (M8) review: The flagship smartphone to beat

The HTC One (M8) ticks most of our boxes: design, build and performance are all excellent, there's no app overload, and HTC Sense is improving with every iteration. Battery life could be better and some of the camera tools may seem unnecessary, but overall it's a winner.

March 28, 2011

Acer beTouch E210 and liquidmini

Acer has established itself as a maker of smartphones running both Android and Windows Mobile. The company has yet to commit itself to Windows Phone 7, but is firmly behind Android, and has recently announced two new (as yet unpriced) additions to its portfolio, the liquidmini and the beTouch E210 — both of which I've got in my possession.

October 27, 2010 by

HTC Desire HD Review

The HTC Desire HD may be too large for some users, and the new e-book reader and navigation apps left us somewhat cold. Battery life could be an issue too. However, the large screen is excellent for media-rich activities like web browsing and makes text entry easier.

December 8, 2009 by

Motorola DROID getting full featured firmware update soon

I had a chance last weekend to spend a bit of time with the Motorola Droid from Verizon Wireless and was impressed by the display and solid form factor. I didn't think the keyboard was that great and prefer the HTC Sense flavor of the Android OS. Those of you who own the Verizon Droid will be pleased to know that a firmware update should start rolling out today that address a ton of issues, as listed on the Android Central website and copied below.

September 9, 2009 by

Faceoff on Facebook: comparing all the official mobile clients

Facebook is an extremely popular social networking site that continues to increase in popularity. I personally can hardly stand the web version of Facebook and prefer to use a more efficient mobile version on my smartphones. With the new official Facebook client for Android just being released I decided to create a post that discusses the official Facebook clients (there are 3rd party alternatives in some cases) running on the iPhone, Windows Mobile, Symbian, Android, Sidekick, and BlackBerry platforms. While there is some slick Facebook integration on the Palm Pre and WebOS, there is not yet any official Facebook client. As you will see in the following comparison, there is one client that is clearly the leader with most all of the others at about the same level of functionality.

June 5, 2008 by

50 questions asked and answered on Android

At the very end of the Google I/O 2008 conference last week the Android development team hosted a great fireside chat on the new mobile platform. The session was free-form, completely driven by questions from the audience.


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