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Lenovo Smart Display review: Much more than a Google Home

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Hands-on: Xiaomi’s Pocophone F1 takes aim at OnePlus 6

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Biggest flops of the year in mobile

Join us as we discuss the epic fails of mobile tech in 2012. These are the devices, platforms, apps and features that promised much and delivered little.
by Simon HillDecember 10, 2012

Nokia launches Windows Phone based Lumia 510 for those on a budget

Although Nokia has released details of its upcoming Windows Phone 8 smartphones, it is still releasing phones based on the older version of Windows Phone. In this case, the just ...
by Gary SimsOctober 24, 2012

IDC: Android rules the world market with 59% share, Apple second with 23%

Mobile phone tracker firm IDC has released the latest numbers of worldwide smartphone shipment for the first quarter of the year. This period has all but confirmed the ...
by Bams SadewoMay 25, 2012

Not even Android can save Nokia now

How many of us first started with Nokia? I’m willing to bet that for most of you, a Nokia device was your first mobile phone. Having ‘grown ...
by RandyMay 18, 2012
 
 

Windows Phone: 70k available apps, but are they enough to take on Android, iOS?

Although the features, the UI, and the general experience matter a lot when it comes to choosing the “right” smartphone operating system, for many people the ...
by Mike AndriciMarch 26, 2012

Galaxy Nexus defeats Windows Phone. Windows Phone still declared to be “winning” [Updated]

In a market dominated by iOS and Android devices, it’s difficult for a new, or in the case of Windows Phone 7, improved OS, to accumulate any solid following. Just ask ...
by Ankit BanerjeeMarch 26, 2012

Nokia’s CEO takes on Android and quad-core smartphones

In a couple of gray-hat marketing moves dating back to the end of January, Nokia’s CEO, Stephen Elop, first bashed the Android ecosystem, decrying its fragmentation, then went on to ...
by Mike AndriciMarch 17, 2012
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