Tag Archives: 3G

AT&T 3G MicroCell femtocell revealed: big coverage, big price

This smug woman would love to tell you all the reasons why AT&T’s Y-shaped 3G MicroCell is going to change the way you use your cellphone at home, just don’t ask her when you can buy it or for how much.  Ma Bell’s new femtocell promises – just like the Sprint AIRAVE and Verizon Network…

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HTC Leo in wild: capacitive touchscreen confirmed

We’re still not sure how they’ve managed it, but ai.rs have acquired a pre-production HTC Leo – the company’s upcoming 1GHz Snapdragon smartphone – and have sat it down for a serious photoshoot and screengrab session.  Top of our list of questions was the Leo’s screen type, and sure enough HTC have used a 4.3-inch…

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ITG xpPhone preorder promises AT&T, Vodafone or Orange 3G

ITG have launched a preorder page for their distinctive xpPhone, promising support for “the global three major 3G standards” from its integrated 3G chip.  Still unpriced, the xpPhone has a 4.8-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen, AMD processor, WiFi b/g and Bluetooth, together with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.  Unlike most smartphones, though, the xpPhone runs Windows…

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Viliv S7 lands at reviewers, gets video unboxing & hands-on

It’s not quite the same as having a Viliv S7 here in our sweaty, bitten-to-the-quick hands, but we’ll certainly settle for an unboxing video for that vicarious, new-gadget thrill.  As we commented the other day, several S7 units have been winging their way to reviewers worldwide, with jkkmobile and jkOnTheRun both receiving theirs this week.…

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Nokia N900 big-screen gaming gets video demo

Apple’s iPod touch 3G may be “the funnest iPod ever” now that Steve & Co have decided it’s a hardcore gaming machine, but it looks like they may have some competition from Nokia.  One of the N900’s less publicized features is its TV output, which can be used to play the preinstalled games – Global…

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Viliv S7 hits Dynamism from $629

Importers Dynamism have released pricing and specification details for the Viliv S7, the latest ultraportable touchscreen device from the Korean company.  Coming after the surprisingly popular S5 and well-received X70, the S7 adds a QWERTY keyboard and uses a more traditional netbook-style form-factor; according to Dynamism, when it drops in the US it’ll be priced…

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LG GW620 is latest Android competitor; LG WinMo to continue

LG have officially announced their first Android handset, the LG GW620, and with it a “two tier smartphone strategy” signifying the company’s intent to continue to offer Windows Mobile devices.  The GW620 has both a 3-inch touchscreen and a slide-out QWERTY hardware keyboard, and avoids the heavy customization of HTC Sense or Motorola MOTOBLUR. Although…

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 37 2009

Well they say time files when you are having fun, but they never mention how fast time flies when you are typing your fingers to bleeding nubs to bring your wonderful readers all the gadget news fit to print and then some. Here we are again with another week in review for your reading pleasure.…

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