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It was a bit easier to pick my top 10 smartphones to start 2012 and I ended up with four of them being Windows Phone devices. Which is your current favorite?
BlackBerry developers attending the early May BlackBerry Jam event in Orlando will be given prototype devices running a modified version of the PlayBook OS to help them start building apps for the new smartphone platform launching later in 2012.
The Fitbit is an excellent life tracking device and we finally now have an Android app to use with the monitor.
Windows Phone may not have the mind share of other platforms, but those of us who use it daily are pretty passionate about it and will not give it up.
Oink was launched a few months ago as an application and service to discover and rate the best things in the places you traveled, but they are shutting down on March 31st.
LTE is the fastest 4G network here in the U.S. and Verizon is continuing their aggressive rollout schedule through 2012. With the LTE iPad launching this week, we can count on the next iPhone also using this technology.
The BB Bold 9900 has been out for several months and we are now finally seeing the release of an update with WiFi calling and the mobile hotspot feature. This device pairs nicely with the PlayBook and 2.0 update.
People are using their phones to take photos and apps like Instagram help enhance that experience through cool filters and tools. An Android version is in development and was shown off a bit at SXSW
SugarSync was recently rated the top cloud solution in several reviews and this latest Android update helps them get even better. Sign up and use their free 5GB account now.
The ATF announced they are switching from BB smartphones to the iPhone, following the announcement by NOAA that they are doing the same. Is security being compromised by these moves?
The Nokia N9 is one of the best smartphones available, but the general public knows little about this MeeGo sporting device. This latest update improves an already great operating system.
Competition in the Android smartphone space will continue and manufacturers are working hard to earn your business. HTC’s new Sense 4.0 UI may be the best out there in a crowded Android market.
ALK Technologies announced upcoming GPS navigation software that gives you free offline and online navigation, similar to Nokia Maps, but for iOS and Android.
Nokia leads with high end camera smartphones and continues this trend with the Nokia 808 PureView that has a 41 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics.
Skype for Windows Phone is one of the most anticipated apps for this new platform and today a beta version is available for you to try out for free.
There will be lots of phone news from Spain this week and to kick things off HTC announced their new HTC One series. Thankfully, two of the three new devices are coming to the U.S.
There are hundreds of cases for the iPhone 4/4S and every once in a while something stands out above the rest. The iSkin aura Year of the Dragon case does just that and more.
As a person who owns multiple smartphones, it isn’t often that a couple make such an impression that they battle daily for my smartphone heart.
Kevin and I had plenty to talk about as we covered the last two weeks in mobile tech. Things are heating up after the holidays with lots of mobile shows coming our way.
The new Digital Innovations Speaker Dock for Android lets you connect just about any Android device and enjoy audio while charging your device.