Council meeting number #2 opens up and this week the council reviews Google’s Nexus One, HTC’s Touch HD2, FunkyBall Worlds for iPhone, a bunch of new Windows Mobile applications and more.
Joining us this week is PocketNow.com with some great stuff directly from CES.
PocketNow.com: Nexus One Hardware Tour!
PocketNow.com took a spin of the Google Nexus One, an Android handset made by HTC with a large 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen and Android 2.1 with speech functionality and fast 1 GHz Snapdragon processor at pocketnow.com.
During CES keynote speech, Microsoft implies that Windows Mobile 7 may be headed sooner than expected in February to Mobile World Congress…
MobilityDigest: Some Happy Windows Mobile News
This week Windows Mobile was treated with big news on both the hardware and software sides. The much anticipated Crayon Physics game finally made its way to Windows Mobile.
As if that weren’t enough, it’s now confirmed that the HTC HD2 will be coming to the US exclusively on TMobile in the spring.
The Mobile Spoon: Is the HD2 THAT Good?
With so many things going on, how about taking a short break to learn a few things you didn’t know about cell-phones?
1800PocketPC: The Evolution of Processors Continues
If you thought 1GHz on the HD2 was good then meet dual core Snapdragon 8X72 (twin 1.5GHz scorpion processor )
More : http://www.1800pocketpc.com/2010/01/08/qualcomm-dual-core-1-5ghz-snapdragon-coming-in-2010.html
JAMM: Funkyball Gets Reviewed
This week at JAMM, we let down our hair to try out the exciting FunkyBall Worlds for iPhone, testing our maze driving abilities and causing Doug to "spend" 100 hours of his time so far. Check out the Quick Look for Funkyball Worlds here.
Additionally, we learned how to ease our hectic lives just a bit with SBSH Software’s highly useful PhoneWeaver 2 for Windows Mobile. Check out the the full review of PhoneWeaver 2 here.
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