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Sony Ericsson Xperia neo and pro joins Play as feature phones of 2011

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Sony Ericsson has also announced at Mobile World Congress the release of two new smartphones to feature this year – the Xperia neo (above) and the Xperia pro – both focused on multimedia while also offering the new Android Gingerbread (Version 2.3) platform. The phones join the Xperia Play as one of the three launch phones for the first-half of 2011. Both phones will feature the mobile BRAVIA Engine that […]

Microsoft reveals Surface 2.0 – now in collaboration with Samsung

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Microsoft has used its keynote to unveil the newest version of the Surface platform it has developed. Now collaborating with Korean electronics maker Samsung, Surface 2.0 brings a much needed stylised redesign, making it more like an actual table rather than a box. As well, Surface 2.0 expands on the original product with new technologies that make it more aware of multitouch capabilities, and now ditches the cameras at the […]

Motorola brings out the CLIQ 2 – merges corporate features with social networking

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Motorola has announced some brand new phones out at its CES 2011 press conference – including its successor to the CLIQ (DEXT outside of the US), titled the CLIQ 2. The phone will feature a 3.7-inch touchscreen with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and as the leaks foretold, it will have a honeycomb-inspired layout for the keyboard. The phone will not only be on the 3G network, but will be part […]

Samsung to create “Sliding PC 7” series, combines benefits of laptops and tablets

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Screw the Lenovo IdeaPad U1. Why make the keyboard removable when it should be a slider? Well, Samsung has got you covered with its own tablet. The Korean maker has announced its “Sliding PC 7” series and will launch its first tablet running the new Intel Atom processor platform, Oak Trail, and ship with Windows 7. Samsung touts it to weigh 2.2 pounds, and will have a 340-nit brightness, 10.1-inch […]

Motion creates rugged, ultra-light tablet for professionals

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We have not heard of this brand before, but Motion (that’s the brand name) has announced at CES that they will be releasing the first (or so they say) rugged and ultra-light tablet. Called the Motion CL900, the tablet is only 16mm thin and weighs 2.1 pounds. The tablet promises eight hours of battery life, is able to sustain a drop of four feet, and a 10-inch touchscreen that also […]

Dell to release new netbook – Latitude 2120

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Dell is to feature a brand new netbook as part of its laptop showcase at this year’s CES, according to a posting by Italian blog NotebookItalia.it, with the Dell Latitude 2120. The 10.1-inch netbook is said to feature a touchscreen and the new Intel Atom N550 processor. It will also feature either 1 or 2GB of DDR3 RAM, and will come with an integrated graphics chip, but can be upgraded […]

42″ Nexus S from US retailer Best Buy actually works

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If you haven’t already heard, the sequel for the Nexus One has been released in the US. It’s made by Samsung this time around and is,¬†funnily enough, called the Nexus S. So to get some attention from consumers, Google has decided to make a pretty cool display for the new phone in a Californian Best Buy store. A 42″¬†Nexus S is now on display at the store and has a […]


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