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Sony Ericsson employee steals prototype phones

Prototype versions of Sony Ericsson phones were found in the home of a Swedish employee of the company, and were believed to have been stolen, according to Swedish police. The phones, which are worth around90,0    

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CTIA: Motorola will be at the April show

Contrary to rumors that swept through the Web earlier this week, a CTIA spokeswoman says that Motorola will have two booths at CTIA Wireless 2009 in Las Vegas in April 1-3. One of the booths&a    

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Nokia acquires Symbian Limited

    Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced that it has completed its offer to acquire Symbian Limited. All conditions to Nokia’s offer to acquire Symbian Limited h     1 comment(s)

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Nokia's first touch screen phone

Tardively or better finally, Nokia announced a new touch screen-based device aiming the mid-range handset segments and the youth market.Nokia XpressMusic 5800 screen's measure 3.2 inches and has a 640 x 36    

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The new 3G iPhone\'s game plan... 199 $ ???

 The new Apple iPhone 3G has changed the game plan for AT&T. AT&T is still the exclusive carrier in the U.S. and the iPhone comes with a 2-year plan, but AT&T will no longer be     3 comment(s)

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France\'s Orange bring iPhone to new markets

 France's Orange sources said that they will begin selling the iPhone in Austria, Belgium, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Switzerland, as well as in the Dominican Republic, Egypt and Jord    

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AT&T flings cellphone network wide open

 Starting immediately, AT&T (T) customers can ditch their AT&T phones and use any wireless phone, device and software application from any maker — think smartphones, e-mail an     1 comment(s)

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Verizon Wireless to open up, Google to step in

Verizon Wireless plans to open its network for 2008 to third-party devices and applications. The good news is the ability to unlock handsets and use other CDMA compatible phones and to allow third-party applica    

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Google gPhone, the iPhone killer ?

Despite all of the very interesting speculation over the last few months, Google is not announcing the gPhone but a significant Open Handset Alliance and an ambitious Android project that represent much more th    

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