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2. PC Operating Systems

2.1. Windows

2.1.1. pros Windows has been the most popular operating system available for many years primarily because of its compatibility with most computer it covers those using both AMD and Intel processors; for this reason, it is likely to be the most natural upgrade path for users currently using Windows 7 or older products

2.1.2. cons The security issues that Windows faces may discourage some Microsoft has failed badly with the tablet industry as it is missed out on getting its OS onto the devices because of a lack of support

2.2. Mac OS X

2.2.1. pros Security is seen as being a big factor with OSX and Apple pushes the boundaries further with Mountain Lion by introducing sandboxing for desktop applications With OSX resembling iOS more with each release, it is expected sometime soon that the operating systems will merge to offer one unified system across Apple’s Mac range of mobile device range

2.2.2. cons OSX is only compatible with Apple Mac computers New node

2.3. Ubuntu

2.3.1. pros Unity user interface, Consistent user interface across the operating system. Works on a variety of different form factors – laptops, netbooks, desktops, tablets, etc

2.3.2. cons Many people do not like the change – the Unity interface Ubuntu is still not as user friendly as Windows is

3. Smartphones Top 10 of 2012

3.1. HTC EVO 4G

3.1.1. Pros Dual cameras, along with the ability to view and create HD quality content, makes the EVO 4G multimedia-friendly.

3.1.2. Cons The 4G network is limited and does not yet cover a broad area.

3.2. Samsung Nexus S 4G

3.2.1. Pro The Samsung Nexus S 4G runs on the Android 2.3 operating system.

3.2.2. Con This smartphone offers poor battery life with only 360 minutes of talk time.

3.3. Samsung Galaxy S

3.3.1. Pro This smartphone’s video chat capabilities work well in the 4G network.

3.3.2. Con There is a measly 5-megapixel camera on the Samsung Galaxy S.

3.4. T-Mobile myTouch 4G

3.4.1. Pro The T-Mobile myTouch offers 624 talk-time minutes on a single battery charge.

3.4.2. Con Video chat capabilities have several glitches.

3.5. T-Mobile G2x

3.5.1. Pro The T-Mobile G2x offers 4G capabilities, a dual-core processor and the Android 2.2 operating system.

3.5.2. Con This smartphone offers a low amount of standby battery life.

3.6. Samsung Infuse 4G

3.6.1. Pro The Samsung Infuse 4G offers excellent design features such as a 4.5-inch touchscreen and a thin body.

3.6.2. Con The Samsung Media Hub can be difficult to use so it's hard to find the media you are looking for.

3.7. HTC Thunderbolt

3.7.1. Pro The HTC Thunderbolt includes the Android 2.2 operating system and 1GHz Snapdragon processor.

3.7.2. Con This smartphone has a short battery life for enjoying all its features.

3.8. Motorola Atrix

3.8.1. Pro This smartphone features a dual-core processor.

3.8.2. Con For a phone with such advanced features, there is only 720p HD recording.

3.9. Apple iPhone 4

3.9.1. Pro The retina display provides a stunning picture on this smartphone.

3.9.2. Con New node The battery life will only last one day on a single charge

3.10. Apple iPhone 4S

3.10.1. Pro Its fast, dual-core A5 processor coupled with its advanced operating system give this smartphone capabilities that have never before been possible.

3.10.2. Con The phone is fast but can't take advantage of even faster 4G cellular networks.