Another "world's first" claim measures 0.44 inches.
The Pocket is Pantech's first-ever 4G Android phone for AT&T. It has an unusually wide 4-inch SVGA display, and it ships with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a 5-megapixel camera.
Korean researchers are developing a 4-ounce device can basically throw pictures off your mobile device to a 60-inch full-color SVGA image more than 6 feet away.
New models across the Sony range include a mid-range SLR, interchangeable lens NEX and compact cameras.
The Pantech Pocket has an unusual form factor. It has a 4-inch display but it's in a 4:3 aspect ratio. The result is a phone that looks like a tablet. CNET goes hands-on with this surprisingly pocket-friendly phone.
The extra-wide Pantech Pocket has an unusual design and 4G HSPA+ speeds.
CTIA Fall 2011 starts with a bang, as AT&T releases not one, not two, but five new handsets. They range from the high-end Motorola Atrix 2 to the prepaid AT&T Avail.
T-Mobile to get Nokia 8801
Toshiba's $599.99 TDP-F10U Mobile LED Projector is a compact DLP pico projector billed as a notebook companion.
Samsung just unveiled the i8, an 8-megapixel camera that doubles as a portable media player.