Wooo-branded 3D mobile looks like the business

<img src="" />Not satisfied with simply having better and more capable mobiles than us, Japan has decided that they will no longer have

85% of people: "Them phones is too hard to use!"

<img src="" /> <a href="">A recent poll of 4000 people</a> (which is probably enough) foun

Review: Nokia E71

I’ve been putting this one off for a while, but it’s time you youngsters learned about this lovely little device. It’s the latest in Nokia’s E series of smartphones, and as you

G1 walkthrough videos: maps, browser, Facebook, and all that

Here are the some official-looking demo vids for the T-Mobile G1. Looks pretty great to me, although our reservations have been stated. One thing Android is not going to disappoint on is an easy, intu

10 Days of CrunchGear: Get HTC Touched by an angel

Can’t decide between a touchscreen phone and one with real buttons? Why settle for one when you can have both? Get dirty with a Touch Dual by just typing nonsense into a comment box. How much do

Drop your phone a lot? Get a G'zOne Boulder

I don’t know whether this phone from Casio is pronounced “Jee-zee wun” or “Gazone,” but either way I kind of like the idea of a basic, super-rugged phone. My Samsung Trac

Hurricane Zune Phone continues: Nokia to get Zune content

The last few days, the internet has been ablaze with rumors about the Zune phone — actually, perhaps “ablaze” isn’t the right term. Perhaps “slightly hot to the touch&#82

The cell phone of the future could be controlled with your eye

NTT DoCoMo, a Japanese wireless carrier, is working on what they call the “cell phone of the future“. So far they have one prototype that looks like a freaky pair of headphones with wires

Google: Android for sure in 4th quarter of 2008

There’s been waffling about the date Android handsets will become available. I’ve heard February, March (clearly wrong), Summer, late Summer, “second half of 2008” and “l

NVIDIA's ambitious mobile phones take aim at pretty much everybody

NVIDIA’s on a roll with their graphics hardware and motherboards, why shouldn’t they find success in the mobile and PMP market? They have the technology. Graphics-intensive applications li

Video: Texting your way to love I admit it: I’m a text messaging fiend. And many of the recipients of my texts are cute girls. Texting is a modern form of flirtation, and this video totally nails

Europe experimenting with in-flight mobile phone use

Well, once again, Europe steps ahead of us on the road of progress. Air France is doing limited testing on allowing passengers to use their mobiles while on the plane. The complications are considerab

OpenMoko's Freerunner gets streamlined, priced

According to someone with authority, the OpenMoko Freerunner phone platform will be selling for $399. There was originally a lux version planned, but they decided to stick with one model and snip unti

Panasonic's Viera is a sexy phone, not a sexy rabbit lady

This Japan-only phone has probably the nicest screen in the mobile business at the moment. 854×480 on a 3.5″ LCD, 4000:1 contrast ratio, ready to rock 30fps video. There isn’t too muc

Study: Cell phone radiation affects protein expression

Here it is, your daily dose of semi-rational fear. A bunch of females (two Jettas full) had a patch of skin exposed to an hour of 900MHz radiation from GSM phones. The researchers then checked out ski

Kodak is shrinking its cameraphone sensors

There are already some phones that take some decent, high-megapixel pictures; Sony-Ericsson comes to mind as a company at the forefront of mobile phone cams. Kodak’s new sensor is a 1.4 micron-p

Yahoo! Predicts! More! Porn! On! Mobiles!

Apologies to the Register for stealing their Yahoo! headline schtick. 2008 will be the year mobile porn gets a foothold on the market, say a number of sources in the industry. Europe, always ahead in

Kooaba gives your mobile phone object identification

Kooaba (pronounced exactly how it sounds- I think), works like a search engine to provide your mobile phone digital information using image/object recognition. Confused? Don’t be. The process is