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2008 T-Mobile Sidekick review
N/A The T-Mobile Sidekick line has been around for nearly 6 years, and there are few people in the U.S. that wouldn''t recognize one these days. While there have been some attempts at changing the form factor, such as the Motorola designed Sidekick Slide, the basic form factor has remained largely the same. Today''s new T-Mobile Sidekick, bui...more

RIM, EMS & Nawras introduce BlackBerry solution in Oman
N/A Muscat, Oman and Waterloo, ON - EMS, Nawras and Research In Motion (RIM) today announced the launch of the BlackBerry solution in Oman. The BlackBerry solution brings together smartphones, software and services to allow easy wireless access to email, phone, calendar, web, multimedia and other business and lifestyle applications. Nawras cu...more

Samsung New Zealand''s new range of digital cameras S760 & L100
N/A Recording those special memories in all their colourful, life-like detail is made simple with SAMSUNG New Zealand''s new range of digital cameras, the S760 and L100. The new generation of cameras have high quality lenses and resolution capabilities that enable users to capture crystal clear images. The L100 has an 8.2 megapixel le...more

Full review of the Nokia N78
N/A The Nokia N78 is available as an unlocked phone from Nokia and associated retailers. It works on AT&T''s 3G HSDPA networks, though some features, like videoconferencing with the front-facing camera, won''t work on U.S. networks. The phone is available unlocked for about $500. It doesn''t require a contract agreement, but it also does...more

In our in-depth Nokia 5310 review, Philip Berne lets you know exactly why this is one of Nokia''s best cell phones to date.
N/A The Nokia 5310 XpressMusic is a music phone that makes us happy for a number of reasons. This isn''t an iPhone competitor, which makes sense, considering the low, $50 price tag. But it is far better than most other so-called music phones on the market, and includes many features that should set the standard. We like the 3.5mm headpho...more

LG KF750 Secret Review
N/A Look and feelTempered glass, toughened plastic, carbon fibre and a few flashes of chrome combine to make for a fabulous-looking phone which is as tough as a honey badger. It''s perfectly weighted for a luxury handset – i.e heavy enough to feel expensive, and manages to wear its robust characteristics with real panache. The tempere...more

Is the Verizon-Alltel deal good for consumers?
N/A Verizon Wireless'' plan to buy regional cell phone company Alltel will make it the largest cell phone operator in the country with more than 80 million subscribers. But is a behemoth Verizon good for consumers? That''s the question that regulators will ultimately decide. The biggest fear for consumer advocates when companies merge is t...more

Google mobile phone software draws raves at conference
Google showcased a phone using the Android mobile software system for the first time at a developer conference in San Francisco on Wednesday to some rave reviews. This is very impressive stuff, said Vincent Nguyen, executive editor of the Android Community Web site. It''s way better than any of us expected. The prototype of a phon...more

LG KF700 mobile phone review
Following the trend of pairing touchscreen functionality in a slider model, the KF700 takes a step further than the KF600 by making all of the top section into one touchable element. But does this step bring anything to your mobile experience? We find out. The front of the phone is filled with a 3in, 262kpixel, screen which provides a...more

US legislator opposes in-flight phone use
N/A Even as airlines and mobile phone companies rush to allow fliers to access their cellphones in the air in our part of the world—a movement against the trend is already starting across the Atlantic. In the last month, two airlines and one mobile phone company (Zain, the owners of Celtel Kenya) have announced that they will be allowing ...more

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