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Samsung Go N315 Netbook Now Available For $429 Pre-Orders On Amazon

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It looks like the Samsung Go aka the N310 netbook has just got an upgrade with the new Intel Atom "Pine Trail" N450 1.66GHz CPU. It's going to named the Samsung Go N315 though, so that's one of the only differences here. It'll also come with a matte display, pre-installed Times Reader 2.0, and WiFi 802.11n. It's packing a 10.1-inch display with a 1,024 x 600 resolution, 1GB of RAM, a 250GB HDD, Intel GMA 3150 graphics, WiFi b/g/n, a 1.3MP webcam, a 4-cell battery, and Windows 7 Starter Edition. You can pre-order it on Amazon here for $429.

[Netbooked, Engadget]

AT&T To Get the Next WebOS Phone, the Palm Elan?

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It looks like the next webOS phone from Palm could be called the Elan and could be headed to AT&T. The launch date right now is supposedly May 10th but that will likely change since that's a long time from now. We don't knwo what this handset will be packing so, as usual, we'll have to wait for that information.


Telus To Launch the Motorola (i1) Opus One On Their Own MiKE Network?

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The i1 aka the Motorola Opus One looks like Telus could launch it on their own MiKE network. This would be a perfect addition to their line-up seeing how it's the first iDEN-capable Android handset. When it launches it'll feature a 3.1-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen display with a 320 x 480 resolution, a 3MP AF camera with an LED flash and video capabilities, a non-standard 2.5mm headphone jack, WiFi / aGPS support, and MOTOBLUR over top of Android 1.5. There's no slide-out QWERTY keyboard on here so that's really the only let down - and the fact that it's running version 1.5. It's just a rumour right now, so we're going to have to wait for an official announcement. It'll apparently launch in Q3 this year, which is a little bit late.

[Mobile Syrup]

Samsung SCH-W960 Is Another 3D Phone Not Headed to the US

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Samsung looks like they're leading the charge for 3D-capable phones. This one is the SCH-W960 which will actually convert 2D content to 3D if you want. When you get dizzy you'll be able to turn it off. This one comes packed with a 3.3-inch WQVGA (Super?) AMOLED touchscreen display, a 3MP camera with a xenon flash, a dual DMB TV tuner, DivX support, and DNSe 2.0. The official announcement could be very soon, and it'll be hitting South Korea.

[Samsung Hub]

Google Chrome OS Getting a Business Edition In 2011

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We all know that the Google Chrome OS is set to hit consumers this year - a couple of months from now. We're now hearing that there'll be a Business Edition of the OS set for a 2011 launch date. This Google Chrome OS Business Version will come with some more security, "more management muscle", and a "developer mode."


Android Motorola Backflip Now Available On AT&T For $99

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AT&T has finally released their first Android phone, this being the Motorola Backflip. It's now available on their website for $99 after rebates on a 2-year contract. It's packing a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen display, WiFi b/g / Bluetooth 2.0 support, aGPS, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a 5MP camera, a microSD card slot, a flipping QWERTY keyboard, a touchpad on the back, and MOTOBLUR over top of Android 1.5.

[Boy Genius]

Telus To Launch the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 In Black and Pink?

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According to Mobile Syrup's tipster Telus could be planning to launch the BlackBerry Pearl 9100. The good news is that they'll be launching it in two colours: black and pink. I think a red colour would be better but it's not up to me.

[Mobile Syrup]

Android-Based Samsung T959 To Hit T-Mobile USA Soon?

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It looks like another Samsung handset could be headed to T-Mobile USA. And yes, it'll be Android-powered. I believe it'll have a similar look to the Samsung Jet. This handset will be running version 2.1 and will have features like a 320 x 480 resolution display, Bluetooth 2.1, 3G connectivity, and aGPS support.

[Phone Arena]