Eric Ogren

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posted in November 2007

Meet The 10 Ugliest Smartphones. Ever.

Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but ugly is ugly no matter how you look at it. If you've ever been so unfortunate as to lay eyeballs on any of these devices, you probably came away blinded. Here are ten smartphones that should never have made it off the paper they were sketched on.

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Google's Latest Mobile App: Notebook

For lovers of notebook applications, it just became a little bit easier to share notes between your mobile device and your computer. Google's Notebook application is the most recent addition to the mobilized versions of Google services and every note you add from your mobile phone is automagically available from any browser without the need to sync.

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Apple: More iPhone Features Coming

If you're disappointed by some of the features not found on the iPhone, time will cure your ills. According to comments made recently by an Apple spokesperson, the Cupertino firm plans to add more functionality over the coming months.

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Android Puts The Screws To S60

I assume by now everyone has checked out the video demos of Google's Android platform. If not, you can watch them here. One thing I noticed about the slick user interface is that it marches right past S60's usability. What can S60 do to prevent Google from eroding its market share?

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AT&T Bows New Music Service For The Low Price Of $29 Per Month

Pandora lets users search for customized music which is served up to them via a personalized radio station. It costs a whopping $9 per month to get it on your AT&T mobile phone. And because it uses data to stream music to your handset, AT&T recommends that users tack on a $20 unlimited wireless data plan. Who is going to pay $29 per month for a wireless music servic

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Google To Help Drivers Avoid Eating Crow. Sort Of

For every guy who's ever gotten lost with a significant other in the car and refused to ask for directions for fear of looking stupid, salvation is at hand. Now you can get them on the sly at the gas pump. If you're driving to McDonald's, that is.

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