Leslie Cauley, Michelle Kessler USA Today 08/15/2008
If you're having problems with dropped calls on your new 3G Apple iPhone, you're not alone. From New York to Stockholm, 3G iPhone owners are complaining loudly about connection failures — sometimes repeatedly — during calls. The problem typically occurs when the device attempts to move from 3G to another network.
Amit Little About 08/10/2008
Everybody loves the iPhone. Even though few in India have seen, touched, or used the device, the buzz for the product is palpable; its praise almost universal. While we agree that the iPhone is a great device that gets a lot right, there are several faults that need to be highlighted. The most glaring of these faults have come crawling out of the woodwork in the past few weeks.
Mark Milian Los Angeles Times 08/08/2008
Lifestyle Hong Kong 08/06/2008
Sexy, fast and dangerously desirable. All that we love about the racy stallion Ferrari has been translated into a mobile phone–the Moto RAZR2 V9 Ferrari Special Edition. Switch this baby on and you’ll hear the classic roar of the Ferrari F1 eight-cylinder engine and once you’re done you can slip it into the slick exclusively-branded leather case.
Phone Hello 08/06/2008
Samsung has announced a new mobile phone named innov8, which is scheduled to be available worldwide from August 2008. The phone is also known as Samsung i8510. The most important feature of the innov8 phone is its 8 Megapixel camera. The phones sporting up to 5 Megapixel cameras are common these days, however a phone with 8-MP camera is still quite rare.
Leander Kahney Cult of Mac 07/22/2008
Arik Hesseldahl BusinessWeek 07/22/2008
Paul Sonne IBTimes 07/21/2008
Samsung launches its new M150 candy bar phone. The M150 phone will be launched first in Germany during mid August followed by the European countries.
Erick Schonfeld TechCrunch 07/15/2008
Despite a few hiccups and stores running out of inventory, Apple was able to sell one million 3G iPhones worldwide across 21 countries its first three days on sale. During that same time, owners of both the new and old iPhone were able to download 10 million apps from the newly launched App Store on iTunes, despite major problems with the iPhone 2.0 software update disabling many people’s phones temporarily on Friday.
Curt Anderson IBTimes 07/14/2008
The iPhone 3G has just released and we have reviewed it already. It is a great phone but definitely not the best out there. We take a look at some phones which, while priced similarly to the iPhone, have many features that are much better than the iPhone 3G. They can easily kick the iPhone 3G’s ass in a one to one face off.
Michael DeAgonia Computerworld 07/14/2008
Tim Moynihan PC World 07/13/2008
It's great that the new iPhone has faster data service and GPS. And you could get lost for days in the new iPhone App Store looking at all the cool new toys and productivity tools. But quite a few Achilles' heels--in the form of missing features--still remain in Apple's 3G iPhone. What's most surprising is that these features come standard in some of even the most basic models of rival phones. With these features added, the 3G iPhone could come pretty close to perfect. (This isn't the first time we've complained about what's missing from the iPhone, and many of the gripes on this list are repeat offenders.)
Peter Svensson IBTimes 07/13/2008
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