The iPhone 4S is here. One of new, not-so-visible features? A re-spiffed antenna, and stuffed inside the AT&T 4S, new guts that (should) mean faster data speeds. But theoretical max speeds are not real world experiences. So which iPhone is the fastest: AT&T, Sprint or Verizon? And how does the 4S stack up against the…
The iPhone 4S is faster than the iPhone 4. How much faster? And how much faster than its non-Apple kin? We did some benchmark bench pressing to find out. Feel the burn!
This Is My Next just got a look at Motorola's latest LTE handset, the Motorola Spyder, and it has the unique pedigree of being the first 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED screen. That combination is a promise of crisp, high-res visuals.
It's funny, the way that Motorola keeps awkwardly scraping away at the future of computing. The Atrix was a phone with a dual-core processor-like your laptop!—that also turned into a laptop. The Droid Bionic is the next step—a dual-core transforming thing of a phone, but it pulls down real internet from the sky.
Remember when you first heard about the Droid Bionic? You had no gray hair and Jimmy Carter was still in the White House. Well, eight months after CES, here it is—potentially the new king of Android pile on Verizon, at least this month.
Droid Bionic, where have you been? You've been teasing us since January, and now that you're finally coming, will people care or will you be out-shone by others who got to the party sooner and look at least as pretty?
Announced at CES and delayed because it was receiving "enhancements," the Motorola Droid Bionic has appeared on Amazon, safely swaddled by a desktop dock and car dock.
According to This Is My Next, the Motorola Droid Bionic just popped up in a leaked Best Buy ad. While it looks like most other Droids, the redesigned phone was delayed after CES to receive "enhancements." This could be Verizon's first dual-core LTE handset.
One day, you'll have a little tablet or phone, and carry it everywhere. It'll be your only computer. When you need to use a "real" PC, you'll dock it. Motorola's Atrix is a little glimpse at that day.