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posted in September 2007

Palm And Sprint Unveil The Centro For Consumers

9/27/2007
The most striking aspect of Palm's new gadget is that it is absolutely tiny. Palm CEO Ed Colligan's hand dwarfed it at today's press conference at the Digital Life show in NYC. Not only is it tiny, it is positively a consumer-focused device.

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Reach Out And Touch Something

9/26/2007
If you're not already using a phone that has a touch screen, the chances are higher that you will be next year, when ABI predicts over 100 million touch screen-based phones will ship. That's about 1 of every 10 mobile phones.

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NYC Subway System To Get Wireless Coverage...

9/21/2007
...If any carriers agree to provide it. It looks as though the MTA is going to allow a company called Transit Wireless to put up a network in the city's subway stations, but none of the major carriers has ponied up any cash for their service to be available underground.

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Verizon Wireless To Ditch CDMA?

9/20/2007
Whoa! Hold the horses, Batman! Vodafone CEO Arun Sarin and Verizon Communications CEO Ivan Seidenberg were discussing future plans and Sarin spilled the beans that the two companies will use LTE as their 4th generation wireless networks.

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OQO Boosts Model 02 Specs

9/10/2007
For lovers of the UMPC, good news. OQO revised some of the specs of its model 02 handtop computer, and they include faster processors and EV-DO Rev. A wireless data. Oh yeah, they also dropped the price to a totally low $1,299.

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Apple Licenses 3G Technology

9/10/2007
Apple recently agreed to license InterDigital's wireless technology. The deal is worth $56 million and under the initial terms set by the two companies will last for seven years. Is a 3G version of the iPhone in the works?

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