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Android survey results

January 14th, 2010

Last night we posted a friendly survey asking some easy questions about Android. It included the devices that it runs on and also what everyone loves and dislikes most about the platform. We had an awesome response to it in a pretty short time period (over 2,800 completed surveys since last night), so here are …

BlackBerry 9700 Review: Part 1

September 21st, 2009

Oh you thought we fell off. Nope — we’ve just been tearing apart BlackBerry’s latest flagship over the past week or so and our review is finally perfectly crafted. The BlackBerry 9700 replaces the Bold as RIM’s newest flagship device. Even though it’s not released yet — look for it anywhere from mid-October to mid-November …

BlackBerry Onyx with optical trackpad is all smiles for Mr. Blurrycam

July 10th, 2009

We’ve been saying that this would be the case for as long as we can remember, but today a new photograph has emerged which lends irrefutable evidence to our long-standing claim. The BlackBerry 9020, for now known by its codename Onyx, will be shipping out retail-style with an optical trackpad in lieu of the trackball. …

Rogers HTC Dream review

May 24th, 2009

So by now you’ve probably seen that our Rogers HTC Dream demo unit recently arrived in a locked safe and are wondering why such a fuss has been made over a device that has been for sale in the US from T-Mobile since October of 2008. While the device is physically the same of course, …

HTC G2 with 3G and UMA gets the FCC rubber stamp of approval

March 27th, 2009

Well, well, look at what we have here. It seems that the FCC has been busy as of late giving the HTC Magic a thorough examination and the good old bureaucratic stamp of approval. So what makes the T-Mobile USA-branded version of the Magic, known as the G2, so special? Well, not only does it …

HTC Maple to launch at CTIA?

March 18th, 2009

If you thought the device pictured above was a BlackBerry we won’t hold it against you because the HTC Maple was made with stealing away BlackBerry users in mind. The successor to the Excalibur (aka T-Mobile Dash), the Maple features a full-QWERTY keypad, trackball navigation and a mug that even a mother might struggle to …

Abra Kadabra: Vodafone summons the HTC Magic

February 17th, 2009

Vodafone and HTC came together today to announce the HTC Magic, the latest Android handset we named and outed yesterday. As the world’s first touchscreen-only Android phone, the Magic isn’t that much of an improvement over the G1 though it does have a nicer look to it and some spec improvements behind it. Details as …