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posted in July 2009

Is This Verizon's Android Phone?

Well, it looks like the specs and pictures have leaked of the first Android phone to be on Verizon Wireless' network, and this Motorola smartphone looks really, really cool. Hit the jump for details and a picture.

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Please Stop Making Watch Phones

So, Samsung introduced the "world's thinnest" watch phone today, and it does have a ton of features. While there's some Dick Tracy-inspired appeal, I really don't think we need these types of phones.

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Palm Releases Mojo webOS SDK

By opening up its webOS platform to the masses, Palm is hoping to boost its catalog of mobile apps to compete with Apple's App Store and Google's Android Market.

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Taking A Deeper Look At Nokia

"What is Nokia's presence in the market place?" asked Nokia's Tero Ojanpera at a dinner meeting in San Francisco Tuesday. If you ask some in Silicon Valley, the answer is that they are "irrelevant," but taking a deeper look reveals an interesting story of a global company that is in the midst of a huge strategic and philosophical shift.

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Check Out Sony Ericsson's Android UI

Word leaked over the weekend about Sony Ericsson's first Android-powered smartphone and it looked like a winner. Well, today we've learned that the company will be layering on its own custom user interface on top of the Linux-based OS, and it also looks pretty good.

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Google To Launch Chrome OS

I was just about ready to fall asleep when Google had to drop a bomb on the industry. The search giant will be launching a full-fledged operating system for netbooks in the second half of 2010. Yes, this is a big deal.

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Sprint Offers $1 Netbook

Sprint is not the first mobile operator to subsidize a netbook in order to sell mobile data contracts, but it is the first to do so at such an aggressive price point.

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