Your Top 10 Product Picks Of 2008

By Susan Nunziata — January 05, 2009

We've compiled a list of the 10 most-read product announcements to appear in our weekly Mobilizer newsletter in 2008. Clearly you are all a little obsessed with your smartphones, but the list also includes products ranging from public WiFi security to wireless technology for energy meters.

HotSpot Shield Enables Secure Public WiFi
AnchorFree's Hotspot Shield is a breakthrough software application that keeps Internet connections 100% secure by shielding Internet users' personal information from potential hackers at shared WiFi locations.

RIM Makes A Bold Move With New BlackBerry
For customers seeking a smartphone that makes a bold statement, RIM introduced the admirable BlackBerry Bold smartphone.

AT&T Offers HTC Fuze Touchscreen Smartphone
The HTC FUZE provides users with a familiar QWERTY keyboard paired with HTC's intuitive, graphic-rich TouchFLO 3D touch-screen user interface.

Motorola Targets Road Warriors With New VC6096
Support for GPS and telematics provides information you need to minimize mileage as well as ensure that the driving habits of your workers minimize fuel usage.

Palm Treo Pro Debuts This Fall
Aimed at mobile professionals, it's based on the Windows Mobile 6.1 platform and will retail for $549.

T-Mobile Unveils The G1, First Phone Powered By Android
The HTC Touch device combines full touch-screen functionality and a QWERTY keyboard with a mobile Web experience that includes Google services such as Google Maps Street View, Gmail, and YouTube.

HP Debuts iPAQ 3G Business Messenger
The HP iPAQ Business Messenger is a 3G smartphone designed for maximum mobile productivity, with an integrated QWERTY keyboard, Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system and the latest wireless technologies.

MySpace For BlackBerry Exceeds 400,000 Downloads In First Week
Through the MySpace for BlackBerry smartphones application, users collectively sent and received more than 15 million messages and updated their mood and status over two million times in the first week.

Motorola, Trilliant Create Wireless Solution For Energy Meters
Trilliant Incorporated and Motorola, Inc. have co-developed advanced meter communications solutions for iDEN public and private utility customers.

Motion Upgrades The LE1700 Semi-Rugged Tablet PC
Aimed at highly mobile professionals who compute while walking or standing, new capabilities are designed to improve durability and performance.


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