The company's creative new take on the old task of holding a GPS unit in a window solves many of the problems of previous attempts.
The upcoming app allows you to see when your friends are busy, what they're doing, and be notified when they're free.
iPhone app developers can now integrate advertising into their applications, and the tool even acts as an ad server.
A new in-car speakerphone will allow you to gab it behind the wheel, and play tunes from your BlackBerry over your car stereo.
We could take or leave the location-based services - just give us a capable smartphone as responsive as this one.
The touch-screen glass keypad on LG's new slider looks and feels amazing in person, and could potentially be both beautiful and useful.
The company's two contributions to AT&T's latest six-pack of messaging phones seem to nail appealing aesthetics and feel at a reasonable price.
Digital Trends' man on the floor explains the buzz over the CTIA Wireless show - and the name.
RIM has launched BlackBerry App World, its answer to the iTunes App Store where users can find, download - and buy - programs for the BlackBerry devices.