Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. The recently-release Galaxy Nexus leapt to the top of January Top 10 list, bringing the total to five models from Samsung.
Yesterday was the second day of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The Brighthand editors and staff spent the day looking at new smartphones and accessories as fast as we could, and we're bringing you the best of them.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. There was lots of interest in Samsung devices in November, as well as new and old versions of the iPhone.
Today is the U.S. launch of the Samsung Galaxy Player. This isn't a smartphone - instead it's a handheld computer for those who want to watch movies, play games, access the Web, or read their emails on a small Android-based device that doesn't require a monthly contract.
Microsoft has officially confirmed that it will no longer be producing its Zune music players, though it will continue to offer support for the music devices. Microsoft promises to still honor warranties for existing devices, as well as those players that may be purchased in the coming days.
Samsung has just announced that it's going to release two versions of the Galaxy Player in the U.S. next month. This device won't be a smartphone, instead it is going to be an Android-based handheld computer focused on games, video, and music.
Apple has traditionally launched a new version of the iPod touch each fall, but this year will apparently be something of an exeption. There will be a new model, but it will reportedly be only marginally different from the current one.
Apple has announced that during its most recent financial quarter it sold 20.3 million iPhones, the most ever in a quarter. The company also set new records for revenue and net profit.
The best way to describe Apple's iPod touch is that it's an iPhone without the phone. But an unconfirmed report indicates that this might be changing.
Sony went into E3 with an NGP, but came out with a Vita when it officially named the second-generation PSP. Judging from the crowd gathered around Sony's booth and long lines of eager attendees waiting for hands-on time with the Vita, it might just be the next must-have handheld gaming console.
Tomorrow is the biggest single event on Apple's calendar: the first day of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). What's going to be announced? Read on to get a round-up of rumors, leaks, and speculation.
Apple has just given an early glimpse of what's going to be announced at next week's Worldwide Developers Conference. CEO Steve Jobs is going to take the stage and give the world its first official look at iOS 5 and iCloud.
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