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The behemoth HTC HD7 has some impressive specs like a 4.3-inch screen, 16GB of storage, and a 5-megapixel camera with 720p video capture, but it does not support T-Mobile's speedy HSPA+ network.
Stylish, feature-filled, and comfortable to hold, the Android-based Galaxy Tab promises to be the first true iPad rival.
Top-of-line dedicated GPS device is packed with features, including a high-resolution screen, but it lacks lifetime map updates.
T-Mobile's new Android phone is a large leap forward from its predecessor, the landmark G1 (or 'Google Phone'), but it still underwhelms in a few key areas.
RIM has stepped up its smartphone game by introducing the BlackBerry Torch 9800.
The Surround puts a small pullout speaker console where the pull-out keyboard is supposed to be, with shrill results.
If you’re looking for a light, featured-rich pack that you can take to work and then unload and take to the woods, the Osprey Flare is a great option.
RIM BlackBerry Bold 9650: Nothing revolutionary, but a good business device.
With its user-friendly interface and elegant design, the Samsung Fascinate is a strong addition to Verizon’s growing portfolio of Android superphones.
The Samsung Focus is beautifully designed with a gorgeous display and solid 5-megapixel camera, but it remains to be seen if Microsoft can win over customers with Windows Phone 7.
The Nokia N8 has some cutting-edge multimedia features, including a 12-megapixel camera and HDMI-out, but the software feels stale and dated.
The Xperia X10 impresses with a slick design and a great camera, but its lack of multitouch and its adoption of an outdated version of the Android OS prevent it from challenging other high-end Android phones for best in show.
The G-Drive Mobile USB 500GB is a fast USB-only drive with a Mac-focus. With a three-year warranty, record-setting copy and duplication times, and a strong performance in our Photoshop tests, the G-Drive is the most impressive drive we’ve seen from G-Technology in the portable market.
The Droid 2 is a big improvement over its predecessor, but if you take a lot of pictures with your smartphone, you might want to opt for another Droid.
Like the 2.1 and 3.1 updates before it, iOS 4.1 brings to the table not just bug fixes, but also new features and enhancements, such as Apple's Game Center, HDR photos, and more.