The first smartphone to run Samsung's new Bada operating system, the Samsung Wave is a mid-range smartphone with high-end features.
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BlueAnt has a history of producing excellent Bluetooth devices, releasing products such as the Supertooth 3 Bluetooth speakerphone and the V1 Voice Control Bluetooth headset. The company is back with the T1, a rugged Bluetooth headset.
Launching in Australia mere weeks before Apple's iPhone 4, the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone definitely has its work cut out for it. This Android-powered smartphone is a delight to use, thanks to one of the best displays we've ever seen on a smartphone...
The Apple iPhone 4, announced today by Steve Jobs at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference|Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2010, will be 24 percent thinner than its predecessor at 9.3mm thick, contain a front-facing camera, and offer greatly ...
The Motorola Droid X has specs that outshine the other Droid phones, but it falters a bit when it comes to performance.
The Cygnett Micro is a re-chargeable portable speaker from Cygnett that can be used with iPods, MP3 players and mobile phones.
Sony Ericsson's T715 mobile phone is an inexpensive, entry-level slider handset that gets the job done without much fanfare. Built-in Facebook and Twitter applications may interest social-networking buffs, but questionable build quality and a proprie...
A very basic handset that lacks the bells and whistles of smartphones like the iPhone, Motorola's WX395 is ideal for use as an entry-level mobile phone or as a secondary phone. The WX395 is a fuss-free handset designed to make calls and send texts.
It looks like a regular desktop phone, but the DualSim BlueSIM phone actually allows the connection of up to eight Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones instead of plugging in to a landline. Apparently designed to make calls with a mobile phone from a fixe...
I got some hands-on time with Nokia's latest N-Series phone, the N8. Like other N-Series phones, such as the N97 and N97 mini, I was impressed with its slick hardware and superb multimedia features. But the N8 falls short when it comes to software an...
Motorola's aptly named Backflip is certainly a very different looking Android smartphone, boasting what the company calls a "unique reverse-flip" design. Also featuring a touch-sensitive trackpad in an unconventional position, the handset scores poin...
The Jabra Cruiser is the latest car-friendly Bluetooth gizmo to promise hands-free use of your cell phone while driving, but the device's talents don't stop there.
Boasting a 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, 7.2Mbps HSDPA connectivity and an FM radio, you could be forgiven for thinking LG's latest flagship handset, the LG Mini (GD880), is a smartphone. Technically it isn't one, but the LG Mini has a number of smartph...
In a day and age of touchscreen smartphones with extra-large displays designed for multimedia playback and Web browsing, a mobile phone smaller than a credit card seems so 1999. Sony Ericsson doesn't think so though: its latest Android phone, the tin...
Touted as an alternative to Motorola's DEXT and Backflip smartphones, the Quench offers all the features and benefits of the Google Android operating system and Motorola's MotoBlur software in a handset that doesn't have a physical keyboard. Though M...
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Brainstorming, innovation, problem solving, and negotiation have all become much more productive and valuable if people can easily collaborate in real time with minimal friction.
The print quality also does not disappoint, it’s clear, bold, doesn’t smudge and the text is perfectly sized.
The Huddle Board’s built in program; Sharp Touch Viewing software allows us to easily manipulate and edit our documents (jpegs and PDFs) all at the same time on the dashboard.
The biggest perks for me would be that it comes with easy to use and comprehensive programs that make the collaboration process a whole lot more intuitive and organic
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