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As Apple and BlackBerry command headlines with gorgeous touch-screen phones, and Palm readies the Pre, the shining knight which might ride in to save the company, Nokia adds just a bit more flash to its N-series phones. But not a lot. While it's beefing up the multimedia features, this line still comes across as somewhere between business and pleasure.
The Samsung Omnia (also known as the SCH-i910), is a slick touchscreen phone that fits in a pocket. It's hugely appealing, with its 5 megapixel camera and accelerometer, but not quite perfect.
More isn't always better, and if you're looking for a bargain cell phone on the lowest-priced carrier, the Gravity is a solid way to go.
The BlackBerry Storm was badly bruised by reviewers soon after its release. So much so you might expect it to be the worst product of 2008. But the Storm is far from thatespecially after a much-needed and welcome software update.
These three smartphones all run on Windows Mobile, but provide completely different user experiences. We'll help you find the one that's right for you.
There's much to like about the 2.0 software upgrade, which adds a huge variety of features and programs to the iPhone and iPod touch.
Now that the bugs are worked out, MobileMe delivers a smooth and seamless experience that makes using the service hassle-free for iPhone and iPod touch users.
If getting remote access to your files - from a smartphone or desktop -- has been a problem, check out Files on Ovi while it's still free and see if this is the solution for you.
Egntye is a fantastically simple virtual file server targeted at small business owners. Setting it up takes only a few minutes, and we were impressed with the depth of the features.