Recent Features - Hardware - Page 50
Steve Litchfield wonders whether the move towards auto-focus cameras on smartphones was a 100% positive one, in the wake of criticism from friends and family!
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 14:51, Mar 1st
Steve uses up his last few hours with the early prototype E90, trying out some well known web sites...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 07:46, Feb 27th
Following on from Rafe's preview of the latest Communicator, Steve Litchfield pushes the boundaries further and tries to see what else the E90 can do...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 16:15, Feb 26th
Too many mobile phone network operators are behaving in a parasitic way that hurts customers and manufacturers, protected by a number of myths and misunderstandings. Why do customers let them get away with it, and why didn't Apple's Steve Jobs take them on when the iPhone gave him the chance?
# Posted by krisse in Features || Comments 16:06, Feb 25th
Rafe and Ewan take a look at the Nokia's thumb keyboard-equipped and enterprise focussed Nokia E61i.
# Posted by Rafe, Ewan in Features || Comments 13:22, Feb 23rd
Rafe looks at the Nokia E90 Communicator. A legend reborn? Undoubtedly feature packed and technically impressive - but is there still a market for the qwerty clamshell form factor?
# Posted by Rafe, Steve in Features || Comments 20:17, Feb 21st
The Sony Ericsson W950 turned heads in the Symbian world. It turned head in the regular mobile phone market. The trick, as Ewan discovers here, is to concentrate on the latter and not the former.
# Posted by Ewan in Features || Comments 10:40, Feb 20th
Rafe looks at the Motorola MOTORIZR Z8, one of the most exciting smartphones from 3GSM 2007.
# Posted by Rafe in Features || Comments 13:02, Feb 19th
Steve questions the premise that users want mobile TV on their smartphones, observing that when watching TV in public you're frighteningly vulnerable and distracted...
# Posted by Steve in Features || Comments 19:39, Feb 12th
Is the key to at least two of the new Eseries devices not in the hardware but in the marketing? Ewan thinks so...
# Posted by Ewan in Features || Comments 11:00, Feb 12th