I’m not excited about these BlackBerry leaks

  You've probably read all about the recent BlackBerry leaks. These are all CDMA devices, and they're all fairly disappointing. The CrackBerry article I just linked

January 28, 2011 Features

Game review: Papa Sangre for iOS

The game industry has had a lot of innovative new ideas in the last decade. Touchscreens, motion sensors, cameras, microphones, plastic guitars, 3D- you name

January 28, 2011 Apple, Apps, Tablets

Do tablet manufacturers get it?

With some potentially incredible tablets coming in the next couple of months, there are many questions that people can ask about the current state of

January 27, 2011 Tablets

Sony announces PSP 2 aka NGP – looks awesome

It might seem like a strange thing to write about a gaming console on a tablet site, but seeing the specs of that thing it’s

January 27, 2011 Tablets

Specs for rumored HTC Flyer tablet escape into the open

Mere days after the last round of HTC Android tablet rumors where the so-called HTC Flyer was first mentioned, it now looks like we have

January 27, 2011 Android, UMPC

How to mod OtterBox Defender case for Dell Streak 4800mAh extended battery

StreakSmart reader Gene S. wasn't going to let anything stop him from buying the $130 Mugen Power 4800mAh extended battery for his Dell Streak. Not

January 27, 2011 Accessories, Hacks, StreakSmart, Tutorials

HTC EVO can charge/sync in custom-built wooden dock for $49

Docks and cradles for the HTC EVO 4G are a dime a dozen these days, so it's not often that we come across something unique

January 27, 2011 Accessories, Good and EVO

Are point-and-shoot cameras dying?

The phone you see here is the Samsung Pixon M8800. It was released all the way back in November 2008, but it got a lot

January 27, 2011 Features

Slim Amzer holster is rubberized for your HTC EVO’s pleasure

I carry my HTC EVO in a purse and don't own or wear a belt, but Amzer's rubberized holster with rotating belt clip caught my

January 27, 2011 Accessories, Good and EVO

Is the era of Windows tablets over?

Once upon a time, tablets were large, clunky devices that weighed a ton, had fans cooling them, ran out of battery after a few hours

January 26, 2011 Microsoft, Tablets
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