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Barnes & Noble Nook E-Book Reader Already Sold Out

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If you haven't ordered your Barnes & Noble Nook e-book reader then you're out of luck. We're just got a couple of reports that they are already sold out of this e-book reader. Looks like you'll have to wait until early 2010 for more shipments of this thing. If you ordered yours already you should expect it at your doorstep in time for Christmas.


ViewSonic Pulls the Curtain On the VPC101 All In One PC, Windows 7 With Touchscreen

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ViewSonic has unveiled a successor to their VPC100 all in one PC. The VPC101 is sporting the same 18.5-inch display as the old model, but this time it's touchscreen capable. Other specs include: an Intel Atom 230 1.6GHz CPU, integrated Intel GMA 950 graphics, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB HDD, WiFi 802.11 b/g, and Windows 7.

The specs are nothing to cheer about, since you can actually get a tablet netbook with better specs at this point. This PC should be available next month (December) for $650 USD.


PS3 Support Could Be Integrated In the XPERIA X10, Could Find Its Way In More Of Their Phones

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Sony Ericsson has, basically, just hinted at a "PS3 app" for the XPERIA X10. But, they won't stop there. According to them, they could actually implement PS3 support into a couple of their future handsets as well. This means that it could be integrated into their high-end handsets, maybe ones sporting their Nexus skin.


Sprint Launching the Sanyo Incognito On November 30th For $50

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This handset looks like it's headed to Sprint's network starting on November 30th for $50 on a 2-year contract after a $50 mail-in rebate. This handset will be the Sanyo Incognito, but it's actually the Kyocera SCP-6760 in disguise. This handset features: a 2.6-inch internal display with a 320 x 240 resolution, an external OLED display, a QWERTY keyboard, EV-DO connectivity, a 2MP camera, a microSD card slot, and Facebook / MySpace / Twitter apps.


Samsung SGH-T949 To Hit T-Mobile USA Before the Year Ends

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What you see here may look like the Samsung Jet or the Omnia II, but that's because it retains the same style as both of those handsets - it could actually be the Jet (S8000). This SGH-T949 handset features: a 3-inch touchscreen WVGA display, aGPS support, a 5MP or 8MP camera (probably 5MP), and 3G connectivity. Sadly, it won't be outed with Android and could be headed to T-Mobila USA before the end of the year.

[Tmo Today]

Motorola Has a Crush On US Cellular, Should Show Up By Year's End

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I couldn't think of a cheesier title, but I think that'll do. What you see here is the Motorola Crush, which is a new touchscreen handset. The Crush has: a 2.8-inch touchscreen display with a 240 x 400 resolution, Stereo Bluetooth support, a microSD card slot, a 2MP camera, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a 950 mAh battery. Motorola has mentioned that this handset will hit US Cellular by the end of this year.

[Unwired View]

Samsung Shows Off S5150 "Olivia" and S7070 For the First Time

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What you see above is the Samsung S5150, codenamed "Olivia", and below is the S7070. Both of these handsets will be a part of a new "Diva" line-up of phones. The S5150 has a 2.2-inch QVGA display and a 3MP camera. This flip phone will be available in early 2010, but the price hasn't been mentioned yet.

The Samsung S7070, on the other hand, has: a 3-inch resistive touchscreen WQVGA display, a 5MP AF camera, Bluetooth support, an FM radio, a microSD card slot, and sports the TouchWiz UI. We're hearing that this handset will be available in Q1 2010. The price hasn't been mentioned yet.

[GSM Arena]

HP Mini 110 Netbook Hitting AT&T On November 22nd For $199

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Along with the Pantech Impact, AT&T has also revealed that they will be launching the HP Mini 110 on November 22nd. This netbook will be available for $199 USD after rebates. This netbook will be 3G-compatible and also features: a 10.1-inch LED-backlit display, 1GB of RAM, and a 160GB HDD.

[Slash Gear]

AT&T Releasing the Pantech Impact For $99 On November 22nd

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AT&T has just revealed that the Pantech Impact will be available on Sunday, November 22nd for $99.99 on a 2-year contract after a $50 mail-in rebate. This handset clearly has a clamshell design and has a QWERTY keyboard. The front face is touch-enabled and has haptic feedback. This handset also comes with 3G and GPS support.

[Slash Gear, Unwired View]

BlackBerry Curve 8530 Now Available For $99 On Verizon

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Verizon has just released the BlackBerry Curve 8530 after a couple of weeks / months of waiting. This is the CDMA variant of the Curve 8520. This smartphone costs $99.99 USD on a 2-year contract. Check it out here.


Nokia N900 Now Available On Amazon For $480

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That was quick. Amazon US has already cut the price of the Nokia N900 to $479.99. This handset will, of course, be unlocked and will have: a 3.5-inch resistive touchscreen display, an ARM Cortex A8 CPU, 32GB of storage, a microSD card slot, a 5MP camera, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Maemo, and a Flash-enabled browser. Check it out on Amazon's site here.


Motorola MILESTONE (DROID) Launching On Vodafone Too! For €99

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The Motorola MILESTONE has already made its way to O2's network and Verizon's network in the US (as the DROID) and it looks like it'll be hitting another carrier. Vodafone. You can actually check it out on Vodafone's site here to get it for €99 ($148 USD) on a new 2-year contract and you can also get it contract-free unlocked for €499.90 ($746 USD). This MILESTONE will have an 8GB microSD card inside, in case you're curious. If you're one of the first 1,000 customers to buy this handset then you will get a free multimedia station.

[Slash Gear]

Verizon Releasing the Samsung Omnia II (Finally) On December 2nd For $199?

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A couple of people in the US have been waiting to get their hands on the Samsung Omnia II and it could be just around the corner. According to what you see above, the Omnia II will be launching on December 2nd for $199.99 USD on a 2-year contract after a $100 mail-in rebate. It'll have the traditional Omnia II specs (3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED resistive touchscreen display, 8GB of internal memory, a microSD card slot, and a 5MP camera) and will, thankfully, be running on WinMo 6.5 Professional.

Make sure to try it out in-stores though, because my experience with a Bell Omnia II up here in Canada didn't fare out so well.


First Pictures of the Next BlackBerry Pearl, Codenamed BlackBerry 9100 Striker.

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Today's a pretty big day, we got our first look at the next 3G BlackBerry Pearl, codenamed the BlackBerry 9100 Striker. Obviously, it looks a bit different from the old models. It's got an all-black finish and the trackball has been swapped with the optical trackpad. It looks like a shriveled Bold 9700, to be honest. It does retain the SureType keyboard and the camera - possibly 3.2MP - has an LED flash. No full spec sheet right now and the release details haven't been mentioned yet.

[CrackBerry, Slash Gear]