Kevin and I had lots of fun chatting about mobile tech and then talking a bit about growing up with gaming consoles and Macs since the mobile news has been a bit light lately.
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If switching to Android would have been so great for Nokia and BlackBerry, why hasn't it helped Sony and LG more, let alone HTC?
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Today’s phones have a mindboggling array of features, but I still miss my Nokia 6110 and Sony CMD Z5.
One of the cool camera features of the Nokia Lumia 920 is optical image stabilization, and we now see the HTC One includes this technology. My weekend basketball test shows the HTC One does well with OIS too.
The South Korean electronics giant leapfrogs Nokia and Sony, to take the top spot ahead of Apple in eBay's census of online shoppers.
Sony makes some high quality devices, but it's been a few years since I found one compelling enough to purchase. The upcoming Xperia Z looks to be one of the best Android devices ever.
I recently tested the iPhone 5, Nokia Lumia 920, and HTC Droid DNA in the gym while recording my daughter's basketball games and after further viewing of all videos the choice was clear and I just returned with a new phone.
Asian vendors dominate the global smartphone market, with Sony and HTC taking third and fourth ranks behind market leaders Samsung, which topped the list again, and Apple.
Nokia made their big Windows Phone 8 announcement last week and unfortunately they deceived people with their video and still image ads for the Lumia 920. The Verge went out with Nokia to show that the Lumia 920 truly does have a great camera and there was no need to deceive people.
Nokia admits that a video designed to highlight the Lumia 920's image stabilization technology was not recorded using the handset. Evidence has been uncovered that also casts doubt on the validity of the still photos the company used to promote the camera.
Nokia Siemens is far from being in great shape. Ericsson, free from the Sony shackles, could be the top candidate to make a bid for the joint venture.
Nokia responds to a recent article about Nokia's partnership with Microsoft and how it is hurting Lumia sales. The transcript and video of CEO Elop's comments are included here.
Nokia has unveiled a surprisingly powerful multimedia cameraphone at this week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Nokia says the PureView 808 can shoot full 1080p HD video with auto focusing at 30fps, and "capture stereo CD-like audio quality".
TechRepublic's Bill Detwiler cracks open the Nokia Lumia 800. Here's what's inside.
Nokia is getting ready to launch the Lumia 710 on T-Mobile next week and I have a demo unit to check out for a while that I am comparing to the HTC Radar 4G.
Although Video Unlimited looks great, Sony's PlayStation Network is still playing catch up to Microsoft's Xbox Live.
Sony piles on to the ever-expanding world on streaming video players with its new SMP-N200 box, which the company announced would arrive in the U.S.
A video has surfaced which seems to be from a development factory in either China or Hong Kong showing a Nokia 'Sea Ray' handset running Windows Phone.
A video has been leaked online showing a Nokia conference at which chief executive Stephen Elop unveils the first Nokia-made Windows Phone, currently codenamed Sea Ray.The Hungarian technology site technet.
Leaked photos and video of the first Nokia smartphone running Windows Phone 7 Mango, codenamed "Sea Ray" and looks just like the sexy N9.
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