Monday, November 29, 2010

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Stress Testing the iPhone 4, HTC Desire

A new website has launched that puts popular smartphones through a series of controlled stress tests to see how they fare. takes smartphones and sets out to put some serious hurt on them, then evaluates them using a ranking system so consumers can tell how each phone stacks up against the competition. They run a series of drop tests that are particularly good at showing what happens when phones hit the carpet, and worse, the tile floor.

Of particular note are the stress tests run on the iPhone 4 and the HTC Desire, two popular smartphones selling at a brisk pace. The videos recorded of the tests are embedded below for your viewing pleasure. I won’t spoil the fun, but am impressed how well the iPhone 4 did on the drop tests. Satisfy your inner klutz with the two stress tests, and visit their site to see a few more.

Africa has more mobile phone subscribers than North America

I wasn’t expecting something like this, but Total Telecom came out with a report saying that  has more  than North . Could that be the cause (picture) ?
Quoting Wireless Intelligence, “The number of mobile phone users in exceeded 280 million in the first quarter of this year and will reach the 300 million mark next month“. If we count US and Canada together they have some 277 million subscribers so here’s  slapping North …