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Let's go back a few years to see the worst operating system of all time, Android 3.0 Honeycomb on the Sony Vaio Tablet P
Let's remember the beauty that came with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 after it got a new name and lost its explosive personality
We’re seeing rumors of a Nokia 10, an exciting number for us old Lumia fans. Could this finally be our follow up to the Lumia 1020? Can HMD and Nokia disrupt the industry again with something so innovative as the Lumia 1020 was back in its day?
Once upon a time, the Sony Tablet P tried to convince us that a foldable tablet was the way to go. How'd that work out for everyone?
Loud ringtones, custom carrier strings, push-to-talk and more: here's a few mobile phone features that have come and gone over the years.
In 2003, few PDAs came close to the feature set of the Sony Clie NR70. Twelve years later, we take another look at one of the boldest handheld ever made!
Between the Blackphone, our Nexus giveaway, and about 80 different flavors of LG G3, we've got a lot of ground to cover on this week's podcast. Tune in!
It's the phone that pushed the boundaries – and pushed Dell out of the smartphone business in the process. Join us for our throwback Dell Venue Pro Review!
TabPRO reviews; iOS 7.1 impressions; Windows Phone 8.1 vids with a soothing beat. All that and more on another pre-#ANHO episode of the Pocketnow Weekly!
It's the most hacked smartphone of all time, and even after 5 years, it's still impressing us. Join Pocketnow for this throwback review of 2009's HTC HD2!
We're taking another crack at our HTC HD2 review for nostalgia's sake - but first we have to unbox it! Join us as we take a trip back to 2009 to do so!
The HTC Mogul (aka HTC Titan/PPC-6800) was one of the most powerful smartphones of its day. Come with us back to 2007 to rediscover this QWERTY behemoth.
From 2003 to 2014, Motorola's mobile history is a storied one. Join us for a look back at the company's most memorable smartphones in this retrospective.
Rumor has it the Nexus smartphone line might be looking at retirement. True or not, we thought it a good excuse to take a look back at Google Nexus history.
Isn’t it amazing how one single product can either dent or shape an industry? A couple of decades ago nobody conceived of the idea of having a computer at home until Apple and Microsoft focused on giving us what we still didn’t know we needed. The same could be said about Personal Digital Assistants, that took years to become popular, until Palm figured-out the right formula for success. Digital music struggled for years until Apple gave us the iPod, and before 2007, smartphones were a niche for business people.
Love it or hate it, the iPhone has changed the way we [...]
Apple can't meet iPhone demand as the Galaxy Note 3 hits shelves, and meanwhile nothing can save poor BlackBerry. All this & more, on Pocketnow Weekly 063.
Some might think the T-Mobile G1 has no use today. Here are some things that you can still do today, and evidence that Android Fragmentation doesn't matter.
Unboxing videos are shells of their former selves, because no OEMs bundle cool accessories anymore. Wax nostalgic with us with some smartphone memories.
The HTC Dream / T-Mobile G1 launched the Android age in 2008. Join us for a Pocketnow Throwback, complete with your tweets, in our HTC Dream review redux!
Watch us unpack a like-new HTC Dream/G1, then stay tuned for our full Throwback Review, with live reader feedback! Watch the HTC G1 unboxing at Pocketnow.
From nostalgic looks at webOS to the latest Nokia EOS rumors, we talk a ton of tech on this episode of the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast. Join us!
It's been 4 years since webOS launched, and nearly 2 years since its summary execution. Join us for a Palm Pre unboxing to honor this late, great platform.
The Motorola Q changed the direction of smartphones forever. Join us as we take a nostalgic look at this groundbreaking Windows Mobile device from 2006.