Review Anthem Review
A big song and dance about nothing.
Wants to concentrate on gamers.
No more secure than a text file.
Says it doesn't apply to Apple.
Downgrade attack 'not trivial to exploit.'
Porsche has unveiled the latest in its line of premium variations on BlackBerry handsets.
BlackBerry has introduced a new phone and revealed that BBM will be coming to other platforms.
The UK Government is in talks with social networks such as Twitter.
Apple and Research in Motion - creators of the iPhone and BlackBerry smartphones - are under investigation by the US Trade Commission for alleged patent infringement.
Pwn2Own - long a staple of the CanSecWest security conference - is putting more than half of its prize fund towards exploits in popular smartphone platforms.
Mozilla's John Lilly has confirmed that Firefox Mobile - codenamed Fennec - will be released on Nokia's Maemo, Google's Android, and Microsoft's Windows Mobile.
Opera Mini 5 - the next edition of the free Java-based browser for mobile 'phones - is now available in the form of a public beta, and it's looking pretty stylish.
T-Mobile has sold its one millionth G1, the first commercial smartphone implementing Google's Linux-based Android operating system.
The latest version of the Opera browser for Java-based mobile devices, Opera Mini 4.1, was made available for free yesterday - bringing some new speed and usability.
Research in Motion has filed a patent for a new 'angular' keyboard designed to make text entry easier and faster on their flagship BlackBerry devices. It looks a little goofy, but it could just work...
Senator Carl Krueger wants to ban iPods on the streets of New York because he believes that they're the cause of an increasing number of fatal accidents in the city.
AppleBerry - not a flavour of lemonade, but a rumoured device coming from the two computing firms. Could instant email be about to get more addictive?
Are you a woman (or can you at least impersonate)? Are you good with tech? If mobile email is a ubiquitous part of your digital lifestyle, you could win gubbins.
Sony Ericsson has announced the feature-rich successor to the P900, dubbed the P990. It has everything you could want in a phone, and more. Click for details.
Given technology is designed to make our lives easier, how often do you sit there pleading for something inanimate to work?