Treo 650
August 30th, 2005

It’s stayed more or less in the same niche positions since it first appeared on the scene; the tool of choice for the road warrior executive or strapped to the aprons of waiters in trendy eateries.

iMate Smartflip
January 30th, 2007

Several attempts to transfer contacts and calendar data onto the Smartflip resulted in the calendar data but just a handful of contacts. Attempts to transfer music files in order to assign them as ringtones failed altogether.


Sony Ericsson W300i
August 15th, 2006

It takes more than the Walkman logo to stand out, so the W300i isn’t quite the definitive mp3-playing phone on the market Sony Ericsson would like you to believe.

Samsung Omnia
September 10th, 2009

The Omnia gives you feedback for every virtual click with a tiny vibration, making it more repsonsive than many touch phones, and if you like this now-ubiquitous form factor but want to stand out from the crowd, it could be for you.


02 Xphone IIM
January 17th, 2006

It’s up to us as consumers to decide if we want to learn a new interface for each device or if one system is enough for every kind of data we need, whether it’s in gaming, mobile telephony or video playback.

Gadgets to grab your attention
January 18th, 2010

Apple’s long-rumoured tablet, the Google mobile, the rise of ereaders and 3D in the home will be among the technologies vying for your money this year. 2009 saw the continued rise of new movements in the digital sphere and the name of the game will be convergence, with new gadgets that do many more tasks than old generation tools.






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