In the dawn of the Apple iPhone 4 launch, the iPhone 3GS takes on the mighty HTC EVO 4G in this epic PhoneArena video comparison. The EVO 4G is without a doubt a dreadful Android smartphone, but the iPhone 3GS clearly shows that it still has a few tricks up its sleeve.
For a more thorough comparison of these handsets, visit our website at: http://www.phonearena.com/htmls/Apple-iPhone-3GS-and-HTC-EVO-4G-side-by-side-review-r_2456.html
Brian at PocketNow posted a browser comparison video showing the iPhone, the Nexus One, and the HTC HD2 all viewing the same websites. He installed Froyo on the Nexus One and downloaded the Flash beta which allows him to run almost all Flash content. It’s really long.While I do enjoy a long video of a man playing with Android phones, 11 minutes worth of a man playing with phones (found after the jump) might be a bit tiring. However, the money shot comes at about 1:40 where you see some Flash games playing in the wild.
Mobile apps are the latest craze, so Leila Makki heads over to San Francisco’s Orange Labs to review three apps on three different operating systems: Clip2Mobile on iPhone, GeoMob on Android, & Last Inch on Windows Mobile.
With thousands of mobile applications available, consumers are spoiled for choice. But a new study found that 99% of apps on Apple’s App Store are deleted within days of downloading. What makes a mobile app compelling enough to download, use and keep? The CEOs of Flirtomatic and Rummble give their advice.