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posted in May 2009

Ericsson Lights Up LTE Site

5/26/2009
The company deploys the first commercial 4G cell site using Long Term Evolution technology, and the data network is capable of high-speed mobile services.

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Microsoft Opens My Phone For All

5/19/2009
Similar to Apple's MobileMe, the free wireless data backup service lets Windows Mobile users store contacts, photos, videos, and text messages on a password-protected Web account.

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Wal-Mart To Carry Palm Pre

5/18/2009
The retailer is looking to capitalize on the demise of Circuit City and will beef up its stock of smartphones, high-definition televisions, and netbooks.

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Check Out The BlackBerry Storm 2

5/15/2009
We've been hearing rumblings about the sequel to the first touch-screen BlackBerry, but haven't seen much until now. The good folks over at CrackBerry got a few spy shots of the elusive Storm 2, which have since been removed. But don't worry, you can still check it out after the jump.

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Mobile Subscriber APRU Drops 15%

5/6/2009
Concerns about the economy resulted in lower average revenue per user in the fourth quarter, but smartphones and mobile data are seeing strong growth, according to a study.

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AT&T Nabs Curve 8900

5/4/2009
There's good news if you're on AT&T and are looking for an update to your BlackBerry Curve, as the carrier said it would have the Curve 8900 available this summer. This is the slimmest full-keyboard BlackBerry yet, and it's quite a fine device with only a few negatives.

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Check Out The BlackBerry Gemini

5/1/2009
Buckle your seatbelts, BlackBerry fans, as some photos have leaked of a brand new smartphone from Research In Motion. Naturally, the good folks at CrackBerry got their hands on it, and this stylish new handset may solve a major problem that's plaguing BlackBerrys.

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Palm Eos Coming To Sprint?

5/1/2009
Palm fans were in a tizzy yesterday, as news leaked out that the Eos would be the follow-up to the Pre. The device had a very slim design, nice specs, and would reportedly be available for AT&T. Now, reports are coming out that Sprint fans will be able to get an Eos later this year.

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