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Intel Core i7-940XM Made Official; Clocking In At 2.3GHz, Overclocked To 3.33GHz

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Intel made this one official this morning, the Core i7-940XM. This quad-core CPU is clocked at 2.13GHz but you can overclock it to 3.33GHz. Of course, it has other juicy things like 8MB of cache and DDR3 1,333MHz RAM support. This will be available in Q3 of this year.

[Electronista, Fudzilla]

Mio Unveils Windows CE Based 7-Inch Moov V780 MID At CeBIT

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Mio has kicked things off at this year's CeBIT by announcing what you see above, the Moov V780 MID. This MID's rocking a 7-inch touchscreen display with an 800 x 480 resolution, a 600MHz CPU, an HDMI output, 720p playback, 512MB of (RAM) memory, 4GB of internal flash memory, and support for a bunch of file formats. This one's running Windows CE and you'll find WiFi and optional WiMAX on-board. The release date and price remains a secret so maybe we'll find out more of it over the next couple of days. Hopefully, we'll even find a video of someone playing with it.


Samsung Makes Their Corby Folder (CorbyF) Official, Headed To South Korea Soon

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Samsung has just made their latest entry-level flip phone handset official. This one's the Samsung Corby Folder which we've heard about before. It's sporting a 2.6-inch QVGA internal display, an external LED display, EVDO Rev. A connectivity, a microSD Card slot, Bluetooth, a DMB TV tuner, a front-facing camera, and a 3MP camera on the back. This handset should be available soon in South Korea via SK Telecom, KT, and LG Telecom.

[Unwired View]

15-Inch LG OLED TV Gracing European Shores This May For €2,000

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I'm sure you remember LG's 15-inch OLED TV. This TV will be available in Europe - more specifically Austria - starting this May for €1,999 ($2,725 USD). To recap this TV has a 10,000,000: contrast ratio and a 0.001ms response time. No one said this TV would be cheap - considering it is the future.


O2 Germany Launching the HTC Desire

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It looks like O2 Germany has just confirmed that they'll be launching the HTC Desire. It has just been spotted on their website here. Keep in mind that this is the Nexus One with Flash Support and the Sense UI so it's a damn good phone and packing that 3.7-inch AMOLED display along with a 5MP camera and the 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU.

[The Unwired]

Palm Looking To Launch Another WebOS Phone Sometime This Year

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According to the Wall Street Journal Palm's working on a new webOS-based. Apparently, they'll be GSM variants of the Pre and Pixi but they'll have to make the displays larger on them since Palm's stocks are continuing to plummet right now. Palm has to make this the perfect handset to survive. If they vanish though, let's hope they get bought and we see webOS somewhere else.

[Phone Arena, Everything Pre]

LG's Windows Phone 7 Prototype Handset Makes Its Debut On the Engadget Show!

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Whatever it is, this is a prototype for LG's first Windows Phone 7 handset. It's clearly rocking a touchscreen display along with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. To be honest, the screen looks a little on the small side - I wish it were 3.7-inches like the DROID. All that aside it's only slightly thicker than the latest iPhone and there's a dedicated camera, volume, and power button on this thing. On the back there's a 5MP camera with a flash and there's a 3.5mm headphone jack somewhere on there. In case you're wondering, this handset made its first appearance on the Engadget Show yesterday. There's one thing this handset is not - the Apollo.

Update on March 3rd: According to WMPowerUser, this handset is codenamed the LG Panther.