Enterprise Mobility: Killer Smartphones at CES: Nexus One, Motorola Backflip, HTC HD2
LAS VEGASSmartphones were out in full force at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, with manufacturers and operating system makers ranging from Google and Microsoft. Nokia, HTC, Motorola and other device makers all displayed either their most recent releases or else products brand-new for CES. Attracting a good deal of attention was Google's Nexus One smartphone, which runs Google Android 2.1, and many CES attendees seemed to be talking about Motorola's Backflip, which hinges so that screen and QWERTY keyboard both face outward when closed. Microsoft's Windows Mobile continues to hold on with an HTC touch-screen smartphone set for release in the spring.