With over a decade of experience helping readers choose the right portable computing devices, Pocketnow is one of the oldest blogs in the mobile space. It began as a humble site devoted strictly to covering Pocket PC products — later Windows Mobile — and made the transition to a full-service smartphone site once Android and the iPhone started gaining popularity.
Now the site has evolved to include tablet coverage as well, providing a mix of news, reviews, videos, and editorials which span all aspects of mobile devices and their associated culture.
With its latest redesign, the fifth in the history of the publication (dubbed Pocketnow 5.0), the site has once again reinvented itself to keep up with the changing nature of the industry, as well as the expectations of readers accustomed to polished visuals and an all-encompassing mobile experience. Throughout all of these many changes, one goal has remained the same: to provide top-notch content to smartphone and tablet veterans, and new users alike.
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