Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2008


T-Mobile G1
Google's mobile operating system debuts on this understated handset packed with hardware treats, like a small keyboard beneath the slide-out touchscreen and a nimble trackball for better navigation. But what really makes it stand up to the iPhone are the nifty map program (left), with 360 degree street views, and the many free add-ons from the Android Market.
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The BlackBerry Storm
It's not enough for a phone to have just a touchscreen anymore. That's why the newest BlackBerry, which goes on sale in November, has a clickable screen for opening e-mails and launching Web pages. The tactile feedback helps minimize mistakes.
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The Aliph Jawbone
This state-of-the-art Bluetooth headset won't solve the problem of looking as if you're talking to yourself while walking down the street, but at least you'll look good doing it. Half as big as the original Jawbone, it now has military-grade noise-canceling too.
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