Apple demonstrates Nokia N97 Mini Loses Signal, too

21. July 2010 at 17:22


As you all know, the new Apple iPhone 4 has some reception problems. After Nokia have made fun of this problem by publishing an article on their official blog, telling that you can hold your Nokia how you want without loosing any signal strength, Apple now strikes back and have released the following video:

Nokia N8 vs iPhone 4 – Ten Things Why Nokia N8 Is Better

30. June 2010 at 15:13

First of all, let’s face the inconvenient truth that there is no perfect smartphone in this planet, but still we could consider that there is one smartest out there. Both Nokia N8 and iPhone 4 are candidates, so we will see if which part of my lists does Nokia N8 really standout against iPhone 4.

Apple iPhone 4 vs. Nokia N8, HTC Evo 4G and Co.

8. June 2010 at 14:36

Engadget put together a nice table comparing the specifications of the new Apple iPhone 4, HTC Evo 4G, Nokia N8, Palm Pre Plus and the HTC HD2.  The N8 scores 10 out of 19 points. Take a look and tell us which device is your favorite.

Apple iPhone 4, Nokia N8, HTC Evo 4G

Browser Benchmark: Nokia N97 vs. iPhone, 5800 Xpress Music and Co.

7. May 2010 at 23:36

4587650044_b238f8ef2e_oA new browser benchmark for mobile phones is available and allows to compare several browser easily. The Finnish company ”Rightmark” provides a consumer-version on their website. Just point your browser to From there you can start the benchmark.

The test reviews especially the java-script-performance of the browser. According to Rightmark’s CEO, Tero Sarkkinen, this is a good method to infer to the whole performance of the browser.

POWERMAT: Wireless Charging Solution for your Smartphone

24. February 2010 at 13:54

PowermatEarlier this month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we had the chance to take a look at the infamous Powermat. Powermat is a wireless charging system and an aspirant for the hottest gadget of this year. Instead of having a spaghetti of cables for charging your various gadgets, Powermat confines all this mess into one simple and revolutionary mat. All you need to do is place your phone or device on the mat and it begins charging instantly. So how does this wireless charging technology work? Well, the whole system consist out of one mat, that is available in different sizes allowing you to charge up to three devices simultaneously, and a receiver which is attached to your device of choice. The Powermat X1, X2 and X3 will be available in Summer 2010 for a retail price of $29,99, $44.99 and $59,99 retrospectively. The number of the mat, i.e. X# indicates the number of devices that the mat can charge. There are potable as well as home and office mats available which can be used as a very nifty hub.