Tasty bits – CES to 3GSM
It’s been a busy month full of tasty bits, with CES and MacWorld wrapped up, and 3GSM coming up.
Asus 701 (Eee):
– WiMax-Enabled Asus Eee PC Confirmed
– Ten-Mod Eee PC Stomps Competition, Still Room For More
– Asus press event summary: WiMAX, Eee PCs, and R50A
– How to: boost the display resolution on an Asus Eee PC
– Hook a USB device to your Nokia N810 thanks to USB-On-The-Go
– Nokia E90 vs N810: Part 1 – head to head
– Nokia E90 vs N810: Part 2 – GPS, Apps, Web and Multimedia
– Nokia N95 makes a nice GPS receiver for Nokia N800
– Nokia N95 8GB Wireless Sharing in Action
– Nokia N95 8GB with US 3G passes FCC
– Nokia N82 – part 1 – The Physical, the Camera
– Nokia N82 – part 2 – GPS, Applications and Performance
– Nokia N82 Smartphone Reviewed In Depth (Verdict: High-end Hotness)
– Flip Silent for S60: Silence Calls by Flipping your Phone
– Sh-sh-shake it Like a Polaroid Picture!
– Nokia E90 Communicator review: Gear Diary
– First glimpse inside Nokia S60 Touch. Going beyond Multi-Touch
– iPhone 1.1.3 Jailbreak Has Issues With GPS, Official SDK?
– Makayama Adds Voice Recognition to the iPhone
– iPhoneCam streams video from your iPhone over WiFi
– iTransmogrify brings more flash content to the iPhone
– Etymotic hf2 headset for the iPhone
– Pocketguitar for the iPhone lets you strum on the multitouch
– 1.1.3 iPhone jailbreak goes LIVE
– LG Viewty hands-on
– LG’s HSDPA ultraportable runs Vista on Silverthorne
– LG shows a KS20 clone with WiMAX
– LG’s silver Prada gets a new on-screen QWERTY
– S60 powered Samsung G810 to be announced at MWC?
– Samsung i900 to take on LG KS20?
– WiBrain B1-H UMPC
– UMPC & MID trio: LimePC comes in three sizes
– BlackBerry 8xxx = BlackBerry 9000?
– Hands-on with Mio’s dual-front GPS phone concept
– Hands-on with the WiBrain B1 UMPC
– iriver 3-inch touchscreen “GSM phone” headed for the States
– Skyfire browser for Windows Mobile is game changing, does Flash
– Garmin gets official with its nuvifone
– Modu mystery unravelled, look ma, a modular handset
– A Tale of 40 Follow-ups (and a LimePC video)
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