Android and Apple's iOS rule the roost, but a bevy of others gun for the number three slot.
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RIM is rolling out their newest BlackBerry OS 7 smartphones and I had the chance to take the three form factors for a whirl over the last week with the Bold 9930, Torch 9850, and Torch 9810.
This is the Facebook Messenger for iPhone login page. Use your Facebook credentials to get started.
New BlackBerry's, new operating system to go along side it. A quick round up of what to expect.
The TouchPad is the first tablet running webOS, the OS HP acquired from Palm
Facebook is working on a new mobile photo sharing application. This gallery shows its current progress and provides an overview of planned functionality!
One of the things I loved about my Palm Pre Plus was the Touchstone inductive charger. Energizer has a Qi-enabled charging pad that works in partnership with a special back available on the Samsung Droid Charge. There are also charging solutions for various iPhone and BlackBerry models.
OtterBox’s new Defender case for the BlackBerry PlayBook now provides the ultimate protection for RIM’s flagship tablet device.
The RIM BlackBerry PlayBook has been out for one week and there are now over 1,700 apps in the BlackBerry App World software store. While many of the big names are still missing there are plenty of apps to keep you occupied.
See the full unboxing of the second generation iPad as well as its new Smart Cover and HDMI dongle. Plus, take a look at comparison photos to the first generation iPad, Motorola Xoom, and BlackBerry PlayBook.
First look at the BlackBerry PlayBook
Bill Detwiler cracks open Research in Motion’s BlackBerry PlayBook. This iPad and XOOM competitor has SanDisk, Elpida, and Texas Instruments chips.
RIM held a special media-only event in New York City on Thursday showing off the new BlackBerry PlayBook. Here's a hands-on look.
Top Android customizations to make it uniquely yours. See the full article on ZDNet Mobile News.
A quick look around the new Facebook for BlackBerry 2.0, including a new user interface and integrated chat.
First, there was Cupcake. Then it was Donut. Then Eclair, and now Froyo. With the imminent release of “Gingerbread”, Android fans may be wondering what versions are coming down the pike. Here are some suggestions.