The first Nokia phone to pack the Symbian ^3 software, the N8 is a beautiful camera and video device. But what's the user interface like. It has some slick features like the album scrolling and they've made it a bit more customisable, but there are a couple of hangovers from the clunky old user interface that Anna is still not keen on.
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We glimpsed a prototype of Nokia's N8 today. The flagship smartphone takes over from the n900 as the latest in the N-series range and will hit the UK in September.
We take a look at the hardware in the N8 including the uber specced camera, and just why the colour doesn't scrape off. Are you convinced by the need for the bump on the back?
Anna rocked along to the All England Club in Wimbledon to get a look at the IBM sponsored app of the tournament. Providing info on everything from current matches, cafe opening times, and how busy the taxi ranks are.. the killer feature is a little augmented reality feature that lets you see through walls...
Unlike many Brits Shiny Shiny's Anna has been playing with an iPad for a few weeks now. Here are her top five free iPad apps designed to appeal to Brits including London HD traffic, All Saints shopping and Twitterific. And yes, the day after we shot this the UK iPad app store opened (grr).
Anna takes a look at the next gen LG Viewty. Is the GT405 a worthy successor of what was one of the most popular mobiles ever? It is available exclusively on 3 going for £13 a month inc 300 minutes/text and unlimited internet
Yep it is finally here. The Voda iPhone. There's very little to distinguish the Voda iPhone from the ones sold by Orange and O2. The big difference, so the bloke in the Voda shop told me this morning, is that the Voda 3G network is much better than its rivals. Well only time will tell on that one.
Full details here from Shiny Shiny
Also five apps to download if you are getting one from TechDigest
All of the latest O2 Phones are available at dialaphone.co.uk
Best Buy has a round up of the best iPhone accessories and gadgets at CES 2010 here. The two that caught my eye the most are the iLuv app station and the Cydle i30 Digital TV add on. There's also the Lasonic i931 - video above - easily the mosty bonkers iPhone hi-fi at the show