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November 3, 2014 by

The impending crunch in the race to 5G

2020 is shaping up to be crunch time for the next generation of wireless telecommunications technology, and although most industry players are still vague on the specifics of what it will look like, the 5G era is set to see plenty of bandwidth sharing and carrier aggregation, and lots of cheap, fast devices.

July 14, 2014 by

Why Windows Phone is barely making a dent in the market

Microsoft has put a lot of dollars and effort into Windows Phone, even going as far as to buy Finnish handset firm Nokia in order to gain traction in the smartphone space. But despite this investment Windows Phone's usage share has grown from about one percent to around two percent over the past 12 months.

June 19, 2015 By VMware

VMware Player

VMware Player enables PC users to easily run any virtual machine on a Windows or Linux PC. VMware Player runs virtual machines created...

January 10, 2012 by

HTC Radar

If you're a Windows Phone fan seeking a relatively compact and solidly built handset, the HTC Radar could fit the bill. The optional dock may prove attractive, although that must be balanced by the inaccessible battery.

November 14, 2011 By AVCWare Studio

AVCWare Video Converter Standard

AVCWare Video Converter Standard is capable of converting nearly all popular video formats like AVI, MPEG, WMV, DivX, MP4, RM, MOV,...

April 21, 2010 by

HTC DROID Incredible; Exchange integration, keyboard, Skype, more

I want to respond to as many questions as possible so this extensive image gallery shows you the Exchange email experience, Calendar, Contacts, document viewer, soft input keyboard, NFL Mobile, and Skype Mobile. I also wrote a few more details about these aspects of the DROID Incredible in the next three pages.

November 1, 2012 By GRAHL Software Design

PDF Annotator

PDF Annotator lets the user open any PDF file and add annotations, using the mouse or a Tablet PC pen, directly on the PDF file's pages....

March 19, 2010 by

HTC Legend

The Legend is an impressive Android smartphone, if perhaps more in tune with social networkers than business users. It still has plenty to offer the latter, but battery life could be better.

November 26, 2009 by

Review: HTC HD2 raises the bar for Windows Mobile devices

While Windows Mobile fans like myself are very pleased with the HTC Touch Pro2 there hasn't been as much excitement around a Microsoft smartphone as we have seen with the HTC HD2 for quite some time. People are enthusiastic about its release due to the 1GHz Snapdragon processor, capacitive display, large 4.3 inch 480x800 high resolution display, multi-touch support in the browser and photo viewer, and Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system. We also know that the HD2 will eventually be coming to a major US wireless carrier, but who that carrier is going to be remains to be seen. I have been using it as my primary device for the past week and wanted to give you some more details to enjoy over the Thanksgiving weekend as I now have experiences with many of those topics I mentioned in my first impressions article.

November 13, 2008 by

Qualcomm's Kayak "PC alternative" pictured

Here's a picture of Kayak, the "PC alternative" for emerging markets that Qualcomm announced yesterday. It looks pretty much the way the company described it: sort of a cross between the Apple Mac Mini--bring your own monitor, keyboard and mouse--and the OLPC's XO laptop with its rabbit-ear antennae.

September 1, 2008 by

Samsung OMNIA first impressions show that Windows Mobile can beat the iPhone

I wrote about my Samsung OMNIA buying experiences in Singapore and wanted to post a first impressions article as I continue to work on a full review of the device. I purchased the 16GB white colored device and think it may be my new preferred Windows Mobile device. Like the HTC Touch Diamond, the Samsung Omnia is quite a departure from a standard Windows Mobile device and with the large 3.2 inch display it looks a lot like a direct iPhone competitor, but with far fewer limitations. The only thing lacking so far is 3G support for the US, but it does have a quad-band GSM radio and works with EDGE (2.5G) here in the US. I found two specific capabilities over the last couple of days that have me quite excited about the device and my T-Mobile SIM has now moved from my BlackBerry Curve to the Samsung OMNIA (SGH-i900) for the indefinite future.

August 24, 2008 by

Google and Sirius XM: Build my "Dream" Handheld

The current rumor-mongering seems to indicate that HTC's "Dream" will soon be making landfall in the US. Based on the initially leaked specs of this device, it still sounds like it doesn't do what I really would want it to do in order to replace by Blackberry 8820.

May 21, 2008 by

Review: HTC Advantage X7510 with 16GB flash drive, haptics keyboard and Windows Mobile 6.1

The most powerful Windows Mobile device I ever evaluated was the HTC Advantage X7501 that was released back in August of 2007 and I wrote quite an extensive review that was my most viewed blog post of 2007. The successor to the Advantage X7501, the X7510, was announced at Mobile World Congress in February of this year. I was able to see the T-Mobile version at the show and play with it for a few minutes and have been looking forward to seeing the device released ever since. We were in a session with Eric Lin, from HTC, at Mobius last week and I was asking questions about the Advantage when Eric announced that each attendee was going to be receiving their own HTC Advantage X7510 at the event. Needless to say I was shocked and extremely excited since I have been using and thoroughly enjoying the original Advantage since last summer. I was actually using the Advantage paired with the Celio REDFLY to take notes and keep up on events during the conference last week. Check out my image gallery, video and thoughts/experiences with the device to find out if I think this latest model is a worthy upgrade for existing Advantage owners.

March 15, 2004 by

Motorola MPx200

Heavyweights Motorola and Microsoft unite to produce the MPx200; a sleek, all-black clamshell smart phone. Read our Australian review.

March 14, 2004 by

Motorola MPx200

Heavyweights Motorola and Microsoft unite to produce the MPx200; a sleek, all-black clamshell smart phone. Read our Australian review.

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