It's clear that the Apple iPhone, particularly the iPhone 5, was a hot topic this past year. As was that ancient Windows Mobile 6.5 that for some strange reason. But best of all was the $99 college note slate. Don't we wish we had that? Maybe in 2012, as with the iPhone 5.
Mobile Magazine’s Top 10 Stories Of 2011
The new year is coming up in a few hours, maybe it’s already past for some of you. But Mobile Magazine is excited to release our top 10 stories of the year because well, you never know what can happen. What was really hot? What caught everyone’s interest? What topped the charts? Well, no need to wonder any longer as we have revealed the top 10 stories of the year 2011.
It’s clear that the Apple iPhone, particularly the iPhone 5, was a hot topic this past year. As was that ancient Windows Mobile 6.5 for some strange reason. Most interesting of all was the $99 college note slate. Don’t we all wish we had that last semester? Maybe we can in 2012, as with the iPhone 5.
Top 10 Stories of 2011
- $99 NoteSlate may become the new college notebook
- 300 Mouse Traps + 600 Ping Pong Balls = Nuclear Chain Reaction
- Download Windows Mobile 6.5 Beta for Free
- Rumor: Bigger iPhone 5 + QWERTY Keyboard and iPhone Nano Phone
- REVIEW: BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300
- AT&T iPhone 4S Unlock With No Software, No Hardware, No Jailbreak (Video)
- Dev Teams Race Toward Untethered Jailbreak For Apple iOS 5 Devices
- ￼iOS 5 Untethered Jailbreak “near ready” Demo Video
- ￼REVIEW: Samsung NP-N145 Plus Netbook PC
- ￼Apple iPhone 5 delayed until late October, leaked photos show new design
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