Samsung I9000 Galaxy S vs. Apple iPhone 4: Collision course

“It’s not like you’re out of options. Here’s one. Another one would be to get a friend’s iPhone 4 and another friend’s Galaxy S, put them on a table, close your eyes and… tell your friends to bugger off. Or you can do it the old-fashioned way. Flip a what? Now seriously, do we need another iPhone vs. insert phone of choice thing? Well, do you need Retina display when it’s more than the human eye can see? Do you need a 4” Super AMOLED when 3.5” would’ve been just fine – and easier to handle?” Read more here:

Blackberry and Spy Games around RIM

“Symbian’s future looks uncertain, because the price decrease has its limits and the competition in the low price range will heat up in 2011 when MediaTek will offer an inexpensive chipset for smartphones, especially the models build on Android. This will allow selling devices at the retail price of around $100-120. Android market will get a new push with Symbian on the defensive. Nokia will have to lower the prices again, but the bottom prices could be reached by then. In 2010-2011 nothing will change the situation around Symbian. The market is ever changing and Symbian may have a break only in 2012 if the right decisions are taken today. So far we have not seen any move in the right direction” Read more here: