Home / News Best of Smartphone Experts, 18 July 2010 Dieter Bohn 18 Jul 2010 0 Last week we saw the launch of the Samsung Captivate (watch our hands-on) and the Motorola Droid X (read our full review)Review of the myTouch 3G SlideGoogle down to its last batch of Nexus Ones. BBM commercials galore! Watch the full set of RIM's new BlackBerry Messenger ads Official statement from Research In Motion in response to Apple's iPhone 4 Antennagate propaganda! Talking on cell phone in car banned where you live? Then check out this hands-free BlackBerry accessory roundup! Silverlight on Symbian S60 Nokia's soap opera Nokia and antenna reception HP CTO Phil McKinney at MobileBeat 2010 webOS 1.4.5 Bug China Telcom webOS ROM leaks out Complete coverage of Apple iPhone 4 press conference, including TiPb and SPE post-game analysis Apple releases iOS 4.0.1 for iPhone, iOS 3.2.1 for iPad, and iOS 4.1 beta for iPhone iPad 3G speed test: built-in 3G vs. Google Android and Palm Pre Plus Mobile HotSpot Wi-Fi tether KIN sales halted HTC Gold appears on roadmap Windows Phone 7: Mozart and Schubert How it works Google Tensor debuts on the Pixel 6 as Google's first in-house chipset There's a new smartphone chip in town and it's called the Google Tensor. It's been designed from the top down with a focus on machine learning, AI, and computational photography. Sixth time's the charm With the Google Pixel 6 Pro, the first true premium Pixel is here After a blip in 2020, Google looks set to deliver fans the high-end Pixel they crave this fall. Here's why, unlike the Pixel 5, the Google Pixel 6 Pro will compete with the very best Android flagships of 2021. They're coming! The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will launch this fall with new Tensor chip Google has officially teased the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with some information about the design and custom-built Tensor SoC. A+ accessories These are the Chromebook accessories your student needs! This school year is unlike any in recent memory, but there are still ways to ensure your child has everything they need to be ready, whether they're distance learning or back in the classroom.