Top 10 Smartphones of 2010 [video]

The iPhone took the world of smart phones by storm and set new standards for these smart small portable devices. Other companies have been looking at Apple with envy eyes and trying over and over again to come up with an iPhone killer.

In the past few months we have witnessed the launching of some real good phones like Motorola’s Droid and Blackberry’s Storm 2, other companies have been following suit and launching their own versions of smart phones. 2010 sounds like a promising year for this market, let’s look into what will be big in the coming year. iPhone 3GS, Motorola Driod, Nokia and Blackberry videos are already flooding the social media, and fighting over the touch-screen do-it-all smart phone market share.

The video should give you a good idea of how the phones look and handle, and our summary below lists each phone’s main features briefly.

Top 10 Smartphones of 2010

The New Blackberry Storm 2, Reviewed [video]

With the first BlackBerry Storm being such a disappointment and with its touch screen being as repulsive as it was, RIM still didn’t give up on the concept. By releasing BlackBerry Storm 2 they focused on making it quicker and easier to type on. Hopefully this storm will be the touchscreen fix that all those crackberry addicts have been waiting for.

BlackBerry Storm2 Specifications

  • Enhanced SurePress Technology; no more hideous mechanical moving parts.
  • JavaScript is On by default
  • Wi-FI 802.11 b/g
  • 256 MB Flash Memory (Double the memory on the previous one)
  • 2GB Onboard Media Memory (Double the memory on the previous one)
  • BlackBerry Handheld Software v5.0
  • Battery Life:
    CDMA: 11.2 days standby, 5.5 hours of talk time
    GSM: 12.7 days standby, 5 hours of talk time
  • 3.2 MP Camera
  • Quad-Band: 850/900/1800/1900MHz GSM/GPRS/
    EDGE networks

Will this phone make you think about dropping your beloved iPhone? Let us hear your thoughts.

4 Technologies That Will Shape The Future of Mobility

Virtual laser keyboards, cloud computer, Web operating systems (Google Chrome OS), mobile projectors and guaranteed high-speed connections… is the future of mobility already here?

Wi-Fi (R)evolution: The End of Bluetooth?

The Wi-Fi alliance which includes Apple, Microsoft, Cisco and Intel amongst its members announced that they will release a new technology that will make it easier for electronic gadgets to exchange data. The technology will be called Wi-Fi Direct, which will allow each device to act as its own “hotspot”.

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