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i-mate 9502 Hands-On

10/24/2007, The device is bigger than a Blackjack (review), even with the extended battery, but not to the point that I would dismiss it as my everyday phone. It is more attractive than any sliding-keyboard smartphones out there. The 9502 feels solid, especially...

LG Voyager Hands-On

10/24/2007, We have published before about the LG Voyager, but there’s nothing like having some time with the device. The voyager is an interesting device that combines an external touch screen display with a second internal screen and a full-qwerty keyboard....

HTC Advantage Hands-On: Disappointing

10/24/2007, When HTC announced the Advantage, it created a lot of excitement around the idea of having a portable email device with a bigger keyboard. Unfortunately, I have to say that the reality doesn’t live up to the hype. After using it, my...

Exclusive Dash Express GPS Hands-On

09/17/2007, We got our hands on the new Dash Express GPS Navigation system that was shown yesterday on Dash’s official blog. Look at our Dash Express photo gallery too see it from every angle. A few details can still change, but this is very representative of...

Simple Drive PS Review

09/11/2007, By guest editor Michael Nguyen I showed off the device around at work and most of the feedback I got for it was; “Wow, is that an external drive?” quickly followed by; “Oh wow, designed by Pininfarina”. For the record, I...

Hands-on with the PSP Slim

08/14/2007, Hands-on With The PSP Slim – The best video clips are here Sony’s John Koller describing the new features After Sony announced its PSP Slim in Tokyo, we were anxious to get our hands on a real one, since “on paper”, the changes...

DJ for Dummies: MixVibes

07/23/2007, By Guest Editor Guillaume de Degroisse We all had this experience, you go to one of your friends’ party; people are nice, the food and wine too, but what about the music? Poor… Why? No DJ of course, only an iTunes playlist in the best case....

iPhone: real user feedback

06/30/2007, We bumped into an iPhone early adopter named Ron at University Coffee (Palo Alto) and discussed about his experience. Unsurprisingly, he thought that the display was just beautiful. He was watching a video in landscape mode, and we could witness how...

Mio C220 Review

05/29/2007, GPS units tend to pack more and more features including contacts, music and video but with the C220, Mio chooses a different strategy and creates a GPS unit that is very good at GPS navigation at a very affordable price. The look of the Mio C220 will...

Nokia E61i Review

05/28/2007, By guest editor Steven Nersesian The day my beloved Nokia E61 was stolen was a sad, sad day in my life. I had grown oddly attached to its alluring screen, quirky buttons and its uncanny ability to hunt down open WiFi spots. The killer was that it never...

Nokia N73 Review

05/09/2007, While aesthetics are subjective, I would argue that the N73 is a good looking phone. It seems many others would agree, as the device was met with many “oohs” and “aahs” when I pulled it out to answer a call. The review unit...

Samsung Blackjack Review

04/09/2007, I have been playing with the Cingular Samsung BlackJack (aka SGH-i607) for some time now, so I’ll tell you what I think of it. The device has a great design and is one of the smallest Windows Mobile Smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard. Size is usually...

MotoMING A1200 Review by Ubergizmo

03/17/2007, By guest editor Steven Nersesian This offering from Motorola clearly represents the direction that Motorola is heading after their disastrous, albeit profitable and brand building, release of the RAZR line. Sorry to hang more s*%t on the RAZR but if it...

Your PC In Your Pocket with MojoPac

03/17/2007, By guest editor Tristan Lorach. Mojopac proposes an interesting solution for people who are fed-up of carrying their laptops or users who don’t like to have too much crap installed on their system. The idea is to have a second Windows OS on an...