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The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the most popular Android tablet that is available on all four major US wireless carriers. In this gallery, with accompanying article and video, you can see three carrying cases with the ability to prop up the device for viewing video content and using an external keyboard.
On a lightning trip to Hong Kong, ZDNet Australia took a moment to travel the city camera in hand and document a sample of the technology the city has to offer.
T-Mobile rolled out their second HSPA+ device with the myTouch 4G and it is a fantastic device. You can buy it in four colors and experience a solid Android 2.2 experience on a fairly compact handset.
There are many of us who want to stick with our wireless carrier, yet still would like to experience the latest Apple touchscreen device. Thankfully, Apple launched the iPod touch in three different capacities and it provides consumers with the high resolution retina display, A4 processor, iOS 4.1, and HD video camera.
For those who still prefer a hardware keyboard on their smartphone, here are comparison photos of three great devices: Motorola Droid 2, Samsung Epic 4G, and BlackBerry Torch 9800.
Because unified communications represents one of the most important trends in networking in the last decade, this series introduces you to Microsoft's Office Communications Server 2007 (OCS 2007)....
Sprint is getting ready to roll out their second 4G WiMAX device, the Samsung Epic 4G. This is the third Galaxy S device to be released in the US and in my opinion it is the best. A full QWERTY keyboard is present, along with a front facing camera and all the other great features in the Galaxy S lineup.
Samsung is rolling out their Galaxy S line of devices to all four major US wireless carriers and the first carrier to get the device is T-Mobile with the Samsung Vibrant. The Vibrant is heavily focused on media and gaming with the Avatar movie included and The Sims 3 game. The Vibrant is the best Google Android device on T-Mobile at this time and available for $199.99.
The Motorola Droid X and HTC EVO 4G are the two largest display Google Android devices available and are designed to blow you away. The photos in this gallery show the Droid X in comparison to the EVO 4G and photos taken with each device, including the panoramic shots from the Droid X. Check out the full 5 page head-to-head article on the Droid X and EVO 4G.
Huawei last week demonstrated the company's Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile broadband running on the super-fast Maglev train in Shanghai.
Google Android devices keep getting better and better and there is currently no other smartphone on the market that can match the Sprint HTC EVO 4G. There are a few new functions, utilities, and apps in the EVO 4G that you can see in this image gallery.
From robot maids to Bluetooth bicycles, 'touchscreen' skin to 1000 MPH cars, these dozen promising, scary and strange technologies live somewhere between a lab and your everyday life.
Barnes & Noble was quick to roll out an update when the Nook was first released last Fall. This current update continues to improve a great ebook reader device with games, a web browser, in-store reading support, and overall bug fixes and improvements. You can now browse when connected to a WiFi network and you don't have another device around.
This review is one of the hardest I had to write because I have a long history with Palm devices (started using them in 1997) and I had high hopes for their new WebOS operating system after they blew us all away at CES 2009. I actually stood in line and bought my own Sprint Palm Pre last summer and posted some thoughts on it at that time. There have been several software updates since last year and at CES 2010 Palm announced the Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus launching on Verizon Wireless with the ability for the Pre Plus to act as a MiFi and share out wireless Internet. Palm sent me a device to try out for a couple of weeks and I am glad they did because they saved me a ton of money since I was considering a switch from my Verizon MiFi to the Pre Plus.
Aliph released their latest Jawbone headset, the ICON, that builds on their Bluetooth voice technology with a software platform for customization and personalization. The ICON comes in six different personalities to fit your style. The MSRP is $30 less than previous models and packaging is 100% recyclable. The headset is comfortable for hours of use and sound quality is excellent.