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Our friends at iRobot have shrunken its hardwood cleaning child -- not Roomba, the other one -- to about half the diameter of its predecessors (6.5 inches). The Scooba 230 is maintains the same 3.5-inch height and, more importantly, is just as programmable as every other model (in an unfortunate tw

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We've already seen Google's Android mobile OS get shoehorned onto Nokia N810 tablet, but it looks like the Internet Tablet OS is about to get even more flexible with ports of Ubuntu and the Qt toolkit. Nokia is acquiring Qt developer Trolltech, so it's no surprise the Qt is making the jump, but it

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We're not sure if the new OS or upgraded features actually give it anymore bite, but Nokia's adorable little tablet puppy has on first glance been beheaded and rebuilt with an N800 for a noggin. Actually, after an exhaustive investigation by the Humane Society, it was determined that the 770-based

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We keep calling it an Internet Tablet like Nokia tells us to, hoping that makes it true. You know what we mean: pop-out keyboard, 3G data, other fancy stuff. All the same, there's definitely a lot to love about Nokia's N800 followup to the 770, including that peppier 330MHz Texas Instruments proces

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Well surprise surprise, it looks like Nokia is taking a bit different branding tact with its 770 successor, adding it to the N series and giving it a fancy new N800 moniker. Oh, and did we mention it's been unboxed? Yeah, that's right, the new Internet Tablet hasn't gotten even as much as a release

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Oh, robots, is there anything you can't do? (Don't answer that.) This latest bot that we've spotted combines the utility of a Nokia 770 Internet Tablet with the personality (and body) of a robot puppy dog. Apparently you can control its movements by using another tablet, and it'll even update its

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We knew it was shiny, but that was about it. Now we've got ourselves a few more angles of Nokia's upcoming 870 Internet Tablet, and a few more specs to be getting on with. As noted last time around, Nokia's main addition here is a fancy new webcam, which can apparently rotate to face towards or a

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Alright folks, it's a blurry camphone pic, so take this with a grain of salt, but it looks like we've just got our first glimpse of the Nokia 870 in all its shininess. The followup to the 770 (and potential big brother to the 330) supposedly hides a webcam in that little lump to the left, and should

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Still no official word from Nokia about this thing, but two \"official\" seeming pics have surfaced of the cute little GPS handheld, which at least gives us a bit more confidence in this device -- if little more info. We're mainly miffed at a lack of an obvious web browser on the main menu, but the

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Yeah, we're still waiting for a WiMax-based, thumb board-sporting 770 successor, but until Nokia makes all of our wildest dreams come true in that fashion, it looks like they've got a cute little brother on the way to keep us occupied in the interim. About all we've got to go on so far is this fu

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So instead of revealing that upgraded version of the 770 Internet Tablet as we expected them to today, Nokia flipped the script on us and announced that the Google Talk and keyboard features we had been anticipating will actually be coming in the form of a software upgrade. The good news is that th

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We've known since February that Nokia was working on a QWERTY-sportin' followup to the 770 Internet tablet, and now the Wall Street Journal has confirmed that the included VoIP app will indeed be, as we anticipated, Google Talk. Unfortunately this means that the device will still be unable to call

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