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Just as wallets leave impressions in rear pockets, cellphones can do the same for pockets in the front. One Aram Bartholl has decided to start a collection of battle-tested jeans that \"show traces of mobile tech development in society.\" We've no idea if he's planning to tackle the whole thing on hi

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August 18, 2008 at 8:17PM
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Just as wallets leave impressions in rear pockets, cellphones can do the same for pockets in the front. One Aram Bartholl has decided to start a collection of battle-tested jeans that \"show traces of mobile tech development in society.\" We've no idea if he's planning to tackle the whole thing on hi

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Looking to keep the heat on after its XpressMusic reveals last week, Nokia has gotten real with a three-pack of dumbphones that eschew S60 but hang onto a laundry list of relatively high-end features. The 6600 comes in both \"fold\" and \"slide\" designations, but the spec sheets are surprisingly diffe

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Nokia just announced a trio of \"Beautiful to use\" Nokia handsets with its Nokia 6600 slide, 6600 fold, and 3600 slide. The €250 6600 fold is said to smoothly arc open with the press of a button to reveal a 2.13-inch OLED display sporting 16 million colors. It also features tap commands. When o

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Look, not every Core 2 Duo lappy is going to have full-on 17-inch gaming prowess, sometimes they've gotsa have 15.4-inch screens with 1280 x 800 resolutions and one of those 128MB ATI Radeon X1400 graphics cards. And that's OK. Really, Averatec, your new 6600 unit might not have the freshest of d

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Some of us have had it up to here with RAZR variants, accessories, and knockoffs, but it appears slim flips are here to stay regardless of what a few grumbling Engadget editors have to say on the matter. Sprint customers looking to get in on the action without breaking the bank might look toward t

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As expected, Sanyo's new RAZR competitor the 6600, otherwise known as Katana, has been finally been unsheathed and is now up for grabs on Sprint's website. The dual band/tri-mode phone (sorry, no EV-DO) weighs in at a paltry 3.4 ounces and packs a pretty out-dated VGA camera, along with Bluetooth f

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Sprint customers looking for a little more color (and a little less Samsung) than the A900 provides should be happy to know that Sanyo's upcoming 6600 -- you may know it as the Katana -- is looking as hot in the wild as it did in the promo shots. This is apparently a dummy model we're se

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While the blurry shots we saw a couple of months ago let us know the general idea of Sprint's rumored 6600 \"Katana\" phone from Sanyo, we're happy to report that the real deal is looking like quite the hottie, and should be appealing to squeamish mobile users who can't quite handle the naming dire

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