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Motorola Motus Pictured Clearly, Headed to AT&T With MOTOBLUR

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Ahh, he's a crisper photo of the Motorola (MB300) Motus / Backflip / Enzo. This handset looks a bit like the CLIQ and will actually be hitting AT&T to be one of their Android handsets. Motorola has put on their MOTOBLUR skin over top of Android (1.5) on this device, so that's a pretty good thing. At this point we know that this handset features: a 3.1-inch touchscreen display with a 320 x 480 resolution, a Qualcomm MSM7201A 528MHz CPU (yuck!), 512MB of ROM, 256MB of RAM, WiFi / GPS / Bluetooth 2.0 support, and quad-band GSM connectivity. The handset is rocking a "unique" hinge, but we have yet to see it in action.

Update: Apparently, the "unique" part of this is that you'll still be able to use the screen when the screen is "closed." The keyboard will actually be the back of the handset (when closed) and, yes, that is a bit hard to picture (but it's below). In the picture you can clearly see that the 5MP camera is in the bottom left corner of the keyboard.

Asus To Build an Android (Robot) With Android (the OS), Dubbed the EeeBot

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Even though Google's Chrome OS is on the way, Asus seems poised to launch something with the Android OS on it. What better way to do that then to build an actual robot!? Dubbed EeeBots, they are "intended to serve as an educational tool for young children to interact with." Unfortunately, these robots aren't scheduled to be in production for another two years so mankind can chill out for now.

Nintendo Wii Gets Dipped In 22-Carat Gold and World's Most Expensive Gaming Console Title

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Wow. What's with all of the gold lately? This one is dubbed the Nintendo Wii Supreme which actually sounds like something you'd find at your local fast food restaurant. But no, this is the Nintendo Wii draped in 2,500 grams of 22k gold. To top it off they've also packed on 78 little diamonds on the front buttons. The Wii Supreme will cost you just £299,995 ($491,152 USD). Check it out out here.

BenQ Reveals Their Very First 27-Inch Monitor!

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BenQ has just announced their first 27-inch monitor - yes, I know it looks like a 36-inch TV in the picture above. It shall be named the M2700HD and it sports: a Full HD resolution, a 16:9 aspect ratio, a 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, two HDMI inputs, and 10W speakers. Unfortunately we don't know how much it'll be available for, but it should be available soon. Check it out on their website.

MSI MT-V660 PMP Pulls Some Sexiness From the Zune HD

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MSI has just unveiled their new MT-V660 PMP, which looks like the design was inspired by the Microsoft Zune HD. This PMP has: a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, a Rockship RK2806 chipset, support for a bunch of codecs, and a TV output. That's all we know right now. Unfortunately we don't know the pricing or when the launch date will be. We also don't know what the UI looks like since all of the pictures that MSI revealed so far has pictures of the device turned off.

Verizon Employees Start Their WebOS and Palm Pre Training

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The Palm Pre is set to launch on Verizon sometime in 2010, and that should be no surprise to anyone - even though Verizon hasn't officially announced it yet. Well, according to the image above, the training has kicked off for Verizon employees. So, Why Palm? What is WebOS? Now all we need to know is when Verizon.

Google-Branded Chrome OS Netbook Coming In H2 2010?

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We've already heard about the [possibly] Google-branded Nexus One handset and now we're hearing about a Google-branded netbook. This isn't too farfetched seeing how they're planning to release netbooks with their Chrome OS next year. Tech Crunch has stated that these Google-branded netbooks will be released in the second half of 2010. The hardware for this netbook will be from a "secret" manufacturer, but we don't know who yet. That's why it's secret.

Nvidia Ion 2 Set For Q1 2010 Release, Big Unveiling At CES 2010

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Obviously, Nvidia's Ion 2 chipset will not be hitting netbooks by the end of this year since there's only 2 weeks left. According to Nvidia themselves, the next Ion will be capable of pushing your netbook to at least 5 hours of battery life and it'll also be "5-10x faster than Pinetrail Atom graphics." Of course, they're comparing it with the integrated graphics, but it's still pretty impressive. Ion 2 will find its way into netbooks near you in Q1 2010, and you'll see some unveiling at CES 2010.

More Samsung Bada Photos; Less Android and S60, More TouchWiz

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GSM Arena Blog leaked the first batch of Samsung Bada photos and they've leaked yet another batch. These two pictures look more TouchWiz-like, whereas the first batch looked to be a bit more Android and S60-like. It doesn't reveal much, but it's definitely exciting to see another open-source OS come out.

[GSM Arena Blog]