Apps 2010 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Apps Articles for 2010

Apple iPhone 4 Review

The iPhone 4 is Apple's thinnest smartphone yet, but offers a much better screen, faster processor, video calling, and many other enhancements. Nick Spohnholtz brings us a review of this[...]

T-Mobile Hoping To Offer the iPhone this Year

Thanks to an exclusive contract with Apple, AT&T has been the only wireless carrier in the U.S. allowed to offer the extremely popular iPhone. T-Mobile USA is hoping to change[...]

Apple iPod touch (Gen 4) Review

The latest Apple iPod touch is a significant upgrade in features, as it sports a very high resolution display and dual cameras. Jen Edwards brings us an in-depth review of[...]

Will Apple’s iOS and Mac OS X Remain Separate?

Does Apple really need to keep maintaining separate operating systems, one for iPhones and iPads and the other for notebook and desktop computers? Will Apple merge iOS with Mac OS[...]

Apple iOS 4.0 Review

The next version of Apple's mobile operating system is going to bring a range of new features, most notably support for running multiple third-party apps at once. Nick Spohnholtz brings[...]

Next-Generation iPhone Expected Tomorrow

Apple is almost certainly going to take the wraps off its fourth-generation iPhone tomorrow. This is expected to be a significant upgrade from the current model, with a much better[...]

Verizon Lets the HTC Droid Incredible Release Date Slip Out

Verizon accidentally gave the world a peek at the teaser website for its upcoming smartphone, the HTC Droid Incredible. This will apparently be the official name for the highly-anticipated, high-end[...]

iPhone for Verizon and/or Sprint To Start Shipping in Q4

A manufacturing company in Taiwan is going to start shipping to Apple a version of the iPhone for CDMA-based wireless networks in the fourth quarter of this year, according to[...]

Google Nexus One Can Now Sync with Your PC or Mac

The Google Nexus One was designed to let users synchronize their data with online services, but some prefer to sync with their desktop computer. This group can turn to Mark/Space's[...]

Skyfire Web Browser for Android Offers Adobe Flash

A beta of Skyfire 2.0 for the Android OS has just been released. This is the first Android version of a free app that seeks to bring a PC-like browsing[...]

iPhone OS 4.0 Could Be Demoed Later this Month

Apple is widely expected to unveil its new iSlate tablet computer near the end of this month. According to an unconfirmed report, this will run iPhone OS 4.0, which will[...]

Verizon May Be Getting the Apple iSlate and iPhone

Apple and AT&T have had a successful partnership, selling millions of iPhones together. But analysts say Apple has wandering eyes, and will bring both the iPhone and the iSlate to[...]

Motorola Droid 2 Review

The Motorola Droid 2 is Verizon's replacement for the very popular original Droid. It has much in common with its predecessor, including a large touchscreen and sliding keyboard, but reviewer[...]

iPhone OS 4.0 Will Include iChat

Although Apple CEO Steve Jobs gave the world its first official look at iPhone OS 4.0 this week, he apparently didn't reveal all its features. People combing through the developer[...]

Verizon Probably Not Getting the iPhone Next Week

Apple CEO Steve Jobs is widely expected to announce the next generation iPhone on June 7, and a well-known industry analyst is predicting that this device will be an AT&T[...]

The iPhone May Be Coming to Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile

There have been persistent but unconfirmed reports that Verizon will be getting the Apple iPhone this year, ending AT&T's exclusive right to offer this very popular smartphone. According to an[...]

Apple iPhone 4: Many AT&T Subscribers Qualify for Discounts, Some Don’t

Steve Jobs says the Apple iPhone 4 will start at $200, but the only ones who can get it for that price are new AT&T subscribers, or those who have[...]

iPhone 4: ”Most Reliable” but Also Most Accident-Prone Smartphone

Apple's iPhone 4 is the most reliable of all major smartphones in normal use, yet it's also the phone most likely to break when dropped by a user, according to[...]

Toktumi Line2 for iPhone Review

Toktumi Line2 for iPhone is touted as the first dual-mode Wi-Fi and Cellular phone app for Apple's iOS. Aimed at business users, this service also appeals to consumers. We find[...]

Google Will Free Android OS Users from Limit on Number of Apps Installed

Currently, Android OS-based smartphones can only run software from a small partition of their internal memory, which severely restricts the number of apps that can be installed. Google intends to[...]