With AT&T's iPhone exclusivity under threat, and plenty of multi-touch high-end smartphones now available from the iNvincble iPhone through to wonderous new WP7 phones, Android 2.2 achievers and Nokia's notables is BlackBerry's shining light: the multi-touch, multi-input Torch 9800.
Currently ranked second in the Top500 Supercomputers, China's Nebulae is about to receive a reappraisal and is expected to be crowned number one in November's list. But Nebulae's pre-eminence will be short-lived. Current number one Jaguar is about to undergo an upgrade and there is a new super-supercomputer in the wings, with performance nearly ten times that of Jaguar and Nebulae.
So the battery is not part of the phone?
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Sock it to 'em, Sam!
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