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T-Mobile Releasing the myTouch 4G On November 3rd

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After seeing it last night during the Boston Celtics vs Miami Heat basketball game a few times, T-Mobile has just announced that they'll be launching the myTouch 4G on November 3rd. This smartphone will, of course, be priced at $199.99 on a 2-year contract after a $50 mail-in rebate. This smartphone is dubbed the myTouch 4G because it has HSPA+ connectivity which - according to T-Mobile - offers 4G speeds. Check it out here for more information.


Canada's Bell Shipping the HTC Desire Z To Stores, Will Be Launching Next Week

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Unlike Rogers it looks like Bell may actually release the HTC Desire Z on time. Apparently, they're already shipping the devices to stores and it'll be ready for its launch which will be next week - November 3rd. I hope Rogers pulled out their notepads because it's time for them to take notes.

The Desire Z features a 3.7-inch WVGA touchscreen display, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a new 800MHz Qualcomm CPU, a microSD card slot, WiFi b/g/n / Bluetooth support, and Android 2.2 and the Sense UI.

[Mobile Syrup]

US Cellular Releases the Samsung Galaxy S Mesmerize

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Yet another Galaxy S variant is available in the United States today. If you're on US Cellular - or want to go to them - you should note that the Galaxy S Mesmerize is now available. This, of course, will cost you $199 on a 2-year contract after an $80 rebate. By now the specs of this smartphone should be indented in your brain. Check it out on US Cellular.


Proof That Rogers Is Definitely Getting the Palm Pre 2

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This is confirmation that the Palm Pre 2 will be hitting Canada via Rogers sometime in the future. This smartphone will be launching with WebOS 2.0 and a bit of other improved features over its predecessor. Sadly, we still don't when it will be available but let's hope it's before the end of the year for Palm's sake. If not, this one won't sell because we'll be seeing a lot of devices at CES 2011 that you'll definitely be interested in.

[Mobile Syrup]

RIM Makes the BlackBerry Bold 9780 Official, Hitting T-Mobile USA and Four Major Carriers In Canada

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Finally, RIM has made the BlackBerry Bold 9780 official. As the rumours suggested, T-Mobile USA will be releasing the Bold 9780 on November 17th and it'll cost you $129.99 on a 2-year contract. This smartphone is a slight upgrade from the 9700, it features 512MB of RAM, 3G / WiFi support, a microSD card slot, a 5MP camera with a flash, and BB OS 6.0. Look out for it globally in November.

Update: Mobile Syrup has mentioned that Telus announced that it's coming soon.

Update #2: Another Mobile Syrup post mentions that Virgin Mobile, Bell, and Rogers have also announced that it's on the way. This was all expected; now all we need is a release date.

[Boy Genius, Slash Gear]

Acer Revealing a Slew Of Tablets On November 23 In New York

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Coming from the WSJ is word on Acer revealing a few tablet PCs in New York City on November 23rd. There’ll be a few of them and they’ll range in price from $299 to $699. Hopefully the next version of Android, “Gingerbread”, gets official soon and let’s hope that these tablets are running on that software. Mark that date down on your calendar!

Asus Orders A Bunch Of Nvidia Tegra 2 Chipsets For Their EP90 Tablet

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It looks like DigiTimes has sparked up a new rumour regarding the Asus EP90 tablet. Apparently, Asus has ordered 200,000 to 300,000 Nvidia Tegra 2 chipsets that they’ll be using inside of these tablets with Windows 7 Embedded. On the front, you should see an 8.9-inch touchscreen display and there should be 8GB / 16GB / 32GB of internal storage inside. We should be seeing this one in March of 2011 if it’s true.

Palm Brewing Up 5 to 6 Devices For the New Year?

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Well, well, well. The HP snag may have been exactly what Palm needed. There’s a new rumour swirling around that Palm may actually have 5 to 6 devices on deck and ready to launch in the future. Of course, we know that a smartphone and a tablet (the PalmPad) is on the way, but who knows what else is up the company’s sleeve. Maybe a few more tablets, another smartphone, and possibly a netbook / smartbook. I guess we’ll have to wait and see.

T-Mobile USA Getting the Samsung Galaxy Tab On November 10 For $399

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T-Mobile has just announced that they’ll be launching the Samsung Galaxy Tab on November 10th and it’ll cost you $399 on a 2-year contract. The contract-free price is unknown right now but you’ll pay some hefty data fees if you pick this one up. Check it out on their website here.

HP Slate 500 Tablet Shipping On November 17th

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HP’s Slate 500 got official not too long ago and they have just announced when it will be available. The 8.9-inch tablet will reportedly be shipping on November 17th. That means the tablet is just 3 weeks away from people start touching Windows 7. Inside the tablet you’ll find an Intel Atom Z560 1.86GHz CPU, 2GB of RAM, a 64GB SSD, the Broadcom GPU chip, an HDMI output, and WiFi b/g/n / Bluetooth support.

HP Envy 17 3D Notebook and Wireless TV Connect Now Available

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If the 3D hype tickles your fancy then you might want to take at a new laptop from HP that’s available right now. It’s the Envy 17 3D and the base model is going for $1,599. Check it out at HP right now.

Along with this news, HP has also announced that they’re now shipping their Wireless TV Connect system for $199.99. Like the name suggests, this will output your video from your PC to your TV wirelessly. You can get this on their website now.