PhoneArena reviews the Pantech Pursuit – Pantech’s first touchscreen phone for AT&T. It’s a quite decent messaging device, thanks to the pretty nice physical QWERTY keyboard. The 2.8-inch touchscreen is resistive and although not the best there is, it’s still pretty usable and nice to watch videos on.
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This one is just too nerdy to avoid it!
Take one iPhone, one Android handset, and one Windows Mobile handset. Strap’em to a piece of wood, run a bunch of cable to a speaker. Code up a custom instrument jamming interface for each platform. What do you get?
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.