[telecom] Be productive: The Ultimate Smartphone Guide, part V

Be productive: The Ultimate Smartphone Guide, part V

Phones now handle business beyond e-mail-calendars, Word processing, and more.

by Andrew Cunningham Jan 10 2013 Ars Technica

Today's desktops and laptops have become fast enough that we've stopped seeing huge performance increases from generation to generation. This year's processors and graphics cards are faster than last year's, but not by so much that it's worth buying a new PC every year.

In smartphones, though, it's a different story. ...

... in the fifth and final entry in our ultimate smartphone guide. We'll be looking at the best way to get work done on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 8, evaluating both the capability of each operating system's built-in apps as well as the best third-party apps for filling in functionality gaps. ..

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***** Moderator's Note *****

The ultimate smartphone is the model that you can leave in a drawer. It will answer your email, figure your cost factors, and send birthday greetings to all your boss's relatives automagically.

Until /that/ phone arrives, you'll be stuck with just-another-electronic-leash.

Bill Horne Moderator

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