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iPhone 4G Poll: What features would you like to see for the next iPhone?

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Can Apple's iPhone hold their dominant place in the market? Google Android is really doing a number and their shipped units are breaking through the roof. What would you like Apple to include in their next-generation iPhone 4G smartphone in order to keep you from becoming a Droid? Cast your votes now. If there is something we missed, or a feature you would like to mention, please leave a comment.

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Apple iPad outperformed by Notion Ink Adam Tablet?

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Are you ready? Just as the iPhone paved the way for so many other touchscreen smartphones, it seems that the floodgates are opening for all sorts of Apple iPad alternatives. One of the latest to enter the arena is the Adam Tablet from Notion Ink. On paper, this device sure sounds appealing, but how is it in the real world?

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AT&T to get Snapdragon-powered MOTOSPLIT with Android

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Motorola has already confirmed its commitment to the Google Android platform with the highly successful Motorola Droid available through Verizon, and rumored to be released by Telus either tomorrow or the 2nd week of February as the Motorola Milestone. Well, it seems an even more interesting Android phone is coming to AT&T from Moto too.

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IBM Invades Smartphone World with Enterprise Mail

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It's not exactly the first name that comes to mind when you consider the smartphone market, but it seems that IBM is ready to make a giant splash in the industry. Before you get your hopes up (or down), IBM is not preparing any hardware. Instead, the company is offering some great software.

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REVIEW: LG Eve GW620R Android Smartphone

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One thing that really changed in 2009 was the increasing popularity of the Google Android platform. In the beginning, we only had the T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream G1) if we wanted to get into the Android thing, but now there are several other manufacturers getting in on some Google-fueled action. ...

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