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Samsung Corby POP (C3510) Spotted On Their Mobile Website


Here's yet another variant of the Samsung Corby, this is the Corby POP (C3510). It has just been spotted on Samsung's own mobile site (here) and it will likely feature: a 1.3MP camera, an FM radio, 22MB of internal storage, Bluetooth support, and only 8 hours of battery life. This one should be cheap (price-wise).

[Samsung Hub]

MSI Unveiling An All-In-One PC and Two Nettops For CES 2010, All Running Pine Trail

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MSI has just announced that they'll be showing off two more products for CES 2010. They'll be introducing the Wind Top AP1920, which is an all-in-one PC with an 18.5-inch display. That's all we know about it so far. MSI will also be unveiling the Wind Box DE220 and the DC500, both of which are nettops. There are no pics of either of these nettops, but they should be announced with Intel's new Pine Trail Dual-Core Atoms so they won't be the N450's you find in the netbooks.


Motorola Unveiling "What's Next" At CES 2010

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Unsurprisingly, Motorola will be showing us something new at CES 2010. What could it be? I assume it's the Sholes Tablet for the US, but I guess we'll have to find out officially in about 2 weeks.

[Mobile Crunch]

Sony Ericsson U5i Symbian Handset Passes the FCC

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The FCC (here) has just approved a new Sony Ericsson handset, with the model number U5i. Cell Passion is reporting that this handset is a Symbian handset that will feature a 360 x 640 resolution display and a 2MP camera. Sorry folks, this one's a dumbphone.

[Engadget Mobile]

Apple Holding Event For Their Tablet On January 26th?

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It looks like the latest rumour has it that Apple be holding an event for the tablet on or around the January 26th (2010) date. We've already heard that Steve Jobs is extremely satisfied by the way the tablet works and an employee has mentioned that we will be "surprised" at how we interact with this tablet. Well, I can't wait, so let's hope Apple doesn't disappoint.