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BlackBerry Storm Touchscreen Underwhelms

There's been widespread anticipation for RIM's new touchscreen BlackBerry cellphone, the Storm. However, Senior Editor Denny Arar calls the touchscreen "a failed experiment."


A Look at Palm's Pre and Other CES Cell Phones

Here's the new Palm Pre's smart phone interface as the company demo-ed it for us. Also, a Dick Tracy-esque wristphone from LG, and Motorola's entry into the touchscreen smart phone arena.


Asustek Announces Eee Top Desktop PC

Asustek, makers of the hit Eee PC mini laptop recently unveiled a low-cost all-in-one desktop PC.


Samsung Releases T-Omnia Phone

Samsung launches a version of its Windows Mobile-based touchscreen Omnia phone for the Korean market.


Google's Android Phone Hits Main Street

The first U.S. cell phone based on Google's Android platform is now available at T-Mobile stores. The G1 costs $180 with a two-year service agreement and mail-in rebate. It is a direct competitor to the Apple iPhone.

The Google Android Phone Arrives

T-Mobile's G1, the first phone out with Google's Android operating system, is finally here. The G1 boasts excellent ergonomics and call quality, but it's held back by basic omissions, such as no standard headphone jack and a camera with few features.


Perfect Storm for BlackBerry?

Verizon Wireless, Vodafone, and Research in Motion announced that the new BlackBerry Storm will go on sale around the world later this year.


At Mobile Focus, Cell Phones Galore!

At Mobile Focus, an event keyed to the the CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment Show, vendors had a slew of new cell phones on display.


Panasonic's Solid Point-and-Shoot Lumix FX500

The 10-megapixel Panasonic Lumix FX500 features a 25-125mm Leica 5x optical zoom and a touchscreen display. The camera has almost no lag time after pressing the shutter and it's very satisfying to shoot with.


Panasonic Lumix FX500 Digital Camera

The touch-screen FX500 won't replace your digital SLR, but it's a classy little camera that handles a lot.