With its 6-inch display, the Nokia Lumia 1520 is a perfect example of the phablet category. Technically it's a phone, but in day-to-day use it's an incredibly small, light tablet. Here are my impressions after a week of use.
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Kevin is revisiting Windows Phone and Matt is checking out BlackBerry 10 again as the summer progresses.
Nokia's Lumia 2520 is a well crafted package, but beyond that tells you much about the state of Microsoft's assault on the tablet market.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 is an excellent tablet alternative to the iPad with Windows RT 8.1 serving well in the tablet role. Even without a keyboard, the Lumia 2520 is a great tablet to consider for the holidays.
Nokia's new Windows 8.1 RT tablet is a fantastic piece of hardware that is priced at just $500 with no contract. It does everything I use my current iPad for so the iPad is up for sale as I add a Lumia 2520 to my collection.
After close to a week with the Nokia Lumia 2520, what's this Surface RT user's first impressions?
Nokia announced their Windows 8.1 RT tablet at Nokia World and next week you will be able to pick one up under contract from AT&T.
Microsoft's biggest Surface 2 competitor isn't Apple with its new and next-gen iPads. It's Nokia.
The Surface 2 and Lumia 2520 need to prove there is really a Windows RT tablet market big enough for both Microsoft and Nokia to play in.
Nokia has shown off two Lumia phablet devices today – a top of the range 1520, and its more modestly priced cousin, the 1320.
BlackBerry is rolling out fixes for dozens of flaws affecting software and components in Q10, Z10 smartphones and its PlayBook tablet.
Google I/O was held last week and while no new hardware was announced, we did see many service launches and improvements that make Google a compelling choice.
Nokia's freshly-launched Lumia 925 is aimed at the high end of developed markets, but while the tech world focuses on the hero phones, it's the low- to mid-range that could really spell problems for BlackBerry.
Thorsten Heins, CEO of BlackBerry, says tablets won't have much of a purpose in five years. Heins' comments were widely panned, but maybe he's not that far off base.
BlackBerry will be thinking about profit if it launches new tablets — but don't expect any in the short term.
You can't replace your point and shoot with most camera phones, but they do the job for social media and online sharing. As you can see, most any of these phones have decent cameras.
After the launch of the Z10 smartphone, speculation turns to whether BlackBerry should offer a follow-up to its PlayBook slate, despite lackluster sales.
BlackBerry 10 is just around the corner, but before it arrives take a look at the handsets that made RIM a titan in the enterprise space. Will its next batch of handsets be enough to get businesses and consumers back on side?
The app, similar to those available for iOS and the BlackBerry OS, lets users search online without needing to fire up a browser. However, it will not work on Windows RT-based systems such as the Surface tablet that will go on sale this Friday.
Sorry for the pessimism, folks, but RIM's hopes that the addition of LTE will bring the PlayBook tablet back from the dead are about as farfetched as the Easter bunny winning the U.S. election this year.
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