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LG Revolution With 4G (LTE) Hits the FCC, On Its Way To Verizon

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Wireless Goodness has just pointed out that an upcoming 4G (LTE) packing smartphone headed to Verizon has just been spotted at the FCC and it's none other than the LG Revolution. This smartphone packs a 4.3-inch WVGA display, 16GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, a 1GHz CPU, a 5MP AF camera with an LED flash and 1080p HD video recording, a front-facing 1.3MP camera, WiFi b/g/n / Bluetooth 3.0 support, and Android 2.2. Check it out at the FCC.

Best Buy Canada Now Taking Pre-Orders For Bell's Motorola Atrix

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It's set to launch on March 17th and it looks like Best Buy Canada is now taking pre-orders for one of the most powerful smartphones in the world, the Motorola Atrix. This smartphone packs a 4-inch qHD display, WiFi hotspot capabilities, a dual-core Tegra 2 CPU, Android 2.2 with MOTOBLUR, and HSPA+ connectivity. This is a pretty great Android device on paper but, apparently, it does have some problems. If you're willing to pre-order it for $50 anyway then check it out on Best Buy.

[Android Central]

Lenovo Skylight Tablet Hits the FCC, LePad Could Be Set For a Name Change

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A tablet that we've seen before has just hit the FCC and it's reportedly the Lenovo LePad. It looks exactly like said tablet but it may actually get its name changed to the Skylight since that's what the user manual says. Specs are exactly what the LePad are when it was announced: a 10.1-inch display with a 1,280 x 800 resolution, a Snapdragon 8650A CPU, 1GB of RAM, a two-cell battery, SRS speakers, and, sadly, just Android 2.2. The release date for this tablet is still unknown but we're really hoping that they upgrade that OS. Check it out at the FCC.


All Of HP's PCs In 2012 Will Integrate webOS and Microsoft's Windows

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HP's CEO, Leo Apotheker, has just announced something pretty interesting. At this point we already know that the company will be showing off something at March 14th but who knows exactly what it'll be. Well, he was just quoted saying that every HP PC that gets a 2012 release will be running Microsoft's Windows and webOS and it'll be an "integrated experience" so I'm assuming that it won't be a dual-booting kind of thing. This reminds me a bit of what Apple's doing with Lion, combining Mac OS X and iOS. I wonder if it'll actually work.

Nokia E6-00 Leaks In the Wild, Sporting Updated Symbian^3

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The Nokia E6-00 has just leaked to the masses and it's going to be a QWERTY handset running on the Symbian^3 OS. Yeah, no Windows Phone 7 leaks from Nokia yet. The display is said to be a 640 x 480 resolution, according to leaks, as well as WiFi / Bluetooth 2.0 support and an 8MP AF camera with an LED flash. It just might be the most powerful QWERTY phone to hit the market.

8.9-Inch Galaxy Tab Gets Teased By Samsung, Sports An Amazing 3.5mm Headphone Jack!

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To most people, it's pretty clear that Samsung will be unveiling an 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab on March 22nd on Orlando, Florida, USA. The above image just popped up and it's a teaser image of said tablet. Specs are still unconfirmed right now but at least we know that there'll be a 3.5mm headphone jack. Out of all the things to tease, it's this. Come on now Samsung, you can do better.

[Samsung Hub]

Rugged Motorola Handset Gets Spotted At the FCC, On Its Way To AT&T

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A new Motorola handset has just been spotted at the FCC and it's pretty clear where it's headed: AT&T. Yes, the branding on the back revealed it. Said handset is a rugged flip phone with GSM/EDGE/WCDMA connectivity, a microSD card slot, and an FM radio. Release date is unknown right now but maybe it'll be something great for your destructive child. Check it out at the FCC.

Google Nexus S Headed To Bell, Rogers, Mobilicity, Wind, and Videotron In Canada

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Telus announced it yesterday and everyone else has followed suit. The Google Nexus S, which is made by Samsung, will be hitting Bell, Rogers, Mobilicity, Wind, and Videotron in Canada. This is actually great news for everyone North of the border and maybe more people will actually think about buying this one when they try it out in stores. I'm thinking about it, but it's too bad that it doesn't have a dual-core CPU.

Samsung Stealth Gets Spotted On Video, Headed To Verizon With LTE (4G)

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Techno Buffalo has just got their hands on an upcoming smartphone that will be hitting Verizon. It's the Samsung Stealth which we've been hearing a bit about. The handset was announced at CES but complete details weren't outlined at the time. It'll feature some high-end specs though as well as LTE (4G) connectivity on Big Red. Anyways, if you're dying to see more then just hit play on the video below.

LG To Unveils Two "Mystery Phones" At CTIA This Year, Probably Running Android

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There has been news that a few more smartphones that should be popping up at CTIA. Two phones will reportedly be coming from LG and you can bet on at least one of them to be running on the Android OS. Maybe it'll be the LG Revolution or maybe they'll be officially announcing the T-Mobile G2x which is just the Optimus 2X which packs the Tegra 2 CPU. That doesn't appear to be the case though, since they're supposedly "mystery phones". Well, we're listening LG.

64GB iPhone 4 Prototype Leaks From Foxconn, Short Hands-On Video

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Something pretty big has just leaked from the Foxconn factory and MICGadget got their hands-on it somehow. Yup, it's a 64GB iPhone 4 but who knows if this'll actually get released - probably just a prototype. It could be a hint of things to come though. Maybe the next-gen iPhone will have a 64GB option; Apple could be planning to cut out the 16GB or 32GB model for their next model. In the meantime you can check out the video below.

Asus ET2700 All-In-One PC Shows Up At CeBIT, Ten-Finger Multitouch

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Last week at CeBIT, Asus actually revealed quite the all-in-one PC, dubbed just the ET2700. If you pay attention to the model number you may know that the PC sports a 27-inch touchscreen display that will actually register up to ten fingers which is interesting. Price and release dates are still unknown but it should be packing quite the spec sheet so the price should be pretty expensive. Check out a video of it below if you're interested.

Acer Updates 13.3 and 14-Inch TimelineX Notebooks, New Design and Core 2011 CPUs

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Last week at CeBIT, Acer actually showed off something quite nice. It was an upgrade to their ultraportable notebook line-up, the TimelineX Series. Both the 13.3-inch 3830T and the 14-inch 4830T got a slight redesign, taking cues from their Ethos line-up of notebooks with a part-metal design. Of course, you now have your choice of Intel Core 2011 CPU options along with up to 4GB of RAM, and a GeForce GT540M GPU. You have standard ports here including USB 3.0 and HDMI. The battery should last you a good 9 hours which would be great for most people. Both of these new TimelineX notebooks should be available in April.

Samsung Corby II (S3850) Gets Official, Launching Later This Month

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Samsung has finally come clean about their latest budget phone, the Corby II S3850. It officially packs a 3.14-inch QVGA touchscreen display, WiFi b/g/n support, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a microSD card slot, a 2MP camera, and Samsung's own proprietary OS. This handset will actually be available in late March in Germany followed by other regions in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Who knows when it'll hit North America. The price hasn't been announced yet but it should be quite cheap.

SK Telecom Releasing the iPhone 4 On March 16th

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It's taken SK Telecom long enough to jump on the iPhone 4 wagon. The carrier has just confirmed that they'll be launching the smartphone on March 16th, which is next Wednesday. Of course, they'll be the second carrier in Korea to launch the iPhone 4 since KT already has it. There's nothing special about this one but if you love SK Telecom then you might think about upgrading - or you can wait for the next one in a few months.

20-Inch HP Omni Pro 110 All-In-One PC Official, Starts At $639

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HP has just unveiled their latest all-in-one PC that's going to try to make its mark in the business side of things. What you see here is the Omni Pro 110 which features a 20-inch display with a 1,600 x 900 resolution, Intel Pentium / Core 2 Duo CPU options, up to 4GB of RAM, up to 1TB of HDD storage, a DVD burner, six USB ports, a 6-in-1 card reader, and Windows 7 (naturally). This all-in-one PC will be available soon and the base model will cost your company $639. Check it out on HP.