Motorola Cliq smartphone review

Motorola Cliq

Motorola has come up with their new smartphone model, the Motorola CLIQ which is powered by the Google Android mobile operating system. This smartphone is solid and attractive, with a strong focus on social networking tools such as Facebook and Twitter. With a big, 3.1-inch screen, a rectangular design (with curved edges) and a slide-away QWERTY keyboard, the CLIQ sits firmly between the clunky G1 and the flashy MyTouch.

(more…)

Nokia N85 mobile phone review

A lot of people said that the N85 is a replacement to the N82, which is one of the best mobile devices that Nokia has produced. However, they are both targeted at different markets and the N82 is still on sale and not discontinued by Nokia.

Sporting the same form factor as the N96, the N85 is a dual slider device too. Running on Symbian S60, the N85 has a very minimalist design. I liked the call and end call buttons design very much. Sliding the phone up will reveal the number pad. Although there are no seams between the keys, it is still very much usable. Slide the phone down and the screen will automatically switch landscape mode and you will find four extra buttons. These four extra buttons are music control buttons but when you play a game, the button will turn into two gaming buttons.

(more…)

Apple iPhone 3GS video tour

Apple just announced the iPhone 3GS, their latest release in the iPhone family. Take a look at all the new features of the iPhone 3GS in this video tour with demos of features such as video editing, voice control and many more.

Bing commercial featuring the cell phone

If finding answers in the real-world resulted in the same kind of unrelated and overwhelming information that most search engines provide you with, something easy like finding a new cell phone could take months. The new decision engine, Bing, will help make your searches quick and painless by helping you avoid search overload syndrome and letting you get the information you need.

Technological progress of cell phones

The amazing technology cell phones have these days is surprisingly growing and developing.

Cell phones started out as an idea for a mobile phone that can be used from a car, within a given range. This was happening back in 1947. Since then, their purpose was achieved and greatly exceeded.

The mane comes from the word cellular combined with the normally used word, phone. Cellular because their whole technology is based on cells of signal. Each cell has as a centre a transmitter that assures the mobility and the great range, almost worldwide, of mobile phones. These transmitters are placed in such a way so that they can form a network with absolutely no uncovered spaces. Not all portions have been covered, but the civilized and populated locations all have mobile phone operators and coverage.

(more…)