Need to get a critical tune-up, but don’t trust the factory techs not to Ferris Bueller your ride?
Are the new crop of Russian spies nerds like us? We doubt it (we probably have more in common with Lil Wayne than a certain “Anna Chapman,” if that is her real name). How do they do their dirty work, then?
Brite-View’s CinemaTube may have sufficed just fine for your home entertainment needs last year, but there’s nothing like a little “Special Edition” to really get the gears turning in 2010.
If Nokia’s N8 is just too much smartphone for you then perhaps you’d like to take it down a notch with the C7. As part of the C-series of Nokia devices, you can expect it to trim some of the specs off the N8, but not much as the flagship device of the family .
Throughout the course of Windows Phone 7′s paced, deliberate unveiling this year, Microsoft has been very clear on the fact that it doesn’t intend for Windows Mobile — the legacy platform we know today — to disappear, arguing that it’s got several years of life left in it for certain verticals. We’re starting to see that philosophy play out today with the introduction of Windows Embedded Handheld, which is essentially a warmed-over version of WinMo 6.5.3 with some key UI and enterprise-focused enhancements
Yeah, we called it the best Android device in America during our review back in April, and even today it’s somewhat difficult to track down, but that’s not to suggest that HTC’s Droid Incredible is free of flaws. The Sense-enabled smartphone is the current flagship in VZW’s stable, and while the EVO 4G may offer faster connections (in select locales) and a larger display, the Droid Incredible still has its fair share of proponents.