AT&T plans to offer two Palm webOS phones "soon."
Five Android-based smartphones will debut on AT&T's network in the first half of 2010.
The Wilson Sleek all-in-one cell phone signal booster resembles a hands-free car cradle, but offers extended calling range and signal strength for your phone.
The Vizit digital photo frame by Isabella makes uploading and sending pictures a snap, but the high price tag and uninspired design are big turn-offs.
ViewSonic's VPD400 MovieBook HD is a relatively low cost video player, but its features and controls are often frustrating.
The inexpensive T-Mobile Tap is a stylish touch phone.
For the price, the SD1200 packs in the right amount of features for casual photographers. More-experienced photographers will be pleased with the image quality, but the lack of aperture and shutter priority, plus the limited zoom range, may leave them wanting a bit more.
With a gorgeous AMOLED display and an excellent camera, the pricey Samsung Behold II will appeal to multimedia junkies with deep pockets.
Palm’s latest WebOS smartphone, the sprightly Pixi, is a slimmed-down version of the Palm Pre.
Sony may be on the cusp of introducing the PSP Go, a new handheld gaming system that seems to have borrowed some design cues from the iPhone and iPod touch.
Although it has some quirks, the variety of features and the high customizability that the Hero smartphone offers is hard to beat.
If you’re rocking an aging BlackBerry, you should definitely consider the Bold 9700. Its keyboard, display, software, and specs make it the best BlackBerry to date, by far.
Articles by Ginny Mies