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An LTE network's not much good without some modems able to take advantage of it, and Verizon's now added a handful of new ones to its 4G option courtesy of LG and ST-Ericsson. LG has just announced its WM300 LTE module and L2000 modem chip, while ST-Ericsson has gotten official with its M700 LTE mo

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The same week that Nokia Siemens Networks unveiled its LTE solution for North America comes a little nugget from Ericsson: the M700. Hailed as the \"world's first commercially available LTE-capable platform,\" it promises peak data transmissions of 100Mbps down and 50Mbps up, which will undoubtedly b

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The same week that Nokia Siemens Networks unveiled its LTE solution for North America comes a little nugget from Ericsson: the M700. Hailed as the \"world's first commercially available LTE-capable platform,\" it promises peak data transmissions of 100Mbps down and 50Mbps up, which will undoubtedly

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If you're still confused about this whole UMPC vs. MID debate, perhaps Gigabyte can help. The company is launching a pair mobile devices at CeBIT, the VIA-based UMPC M700 and the Centrino Atom (Menlow) powered M528 MID. The latter device is running on the exact same reference design Aigo is using f

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Toshiba joined the rugged, touch-capable laptop party this morning with the launch of the Portege M700, an LED-backlit 12.1 convertible tablet that intelligently switches between pen and finger input. Apart from that, the 4.4-pound machine also features a modular drive bay with dual-layer burner, s

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Hot on the heels of T-Mobile's Windows Mobile 6 upgrade for the Dash, E-TEN is rolling out the first Windows Mobile 6 Professional updates for its handsets. As of a few days ago, if you happen to have an X500 kicking around with that oh-so-long-in-the-tooth Windows Mobile 5 on it, head on over to E

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HTC naturally gets the lion's share of the Windows Mobile QWERTY fun, but E-TEN's doing its best to steal some of that thunder with the upcoming M700 in its \"glofiish\" line of Pocket PC phones. Happily for those of us well west of zero degrees longitude, the M700 packs quadband GSM plus EDGE; we su

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These suckers look familiar to anyone? They should -- they're E-TEN's M700 and X500, respectively, with the \"E-TEN\" logos rubbed off and replaced with izenMobile's. The M700 becomes the \"KSMT,\" sporting 128MB ROM / 64MB RAM, GPS, a 2 megapixel cam, and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, presumably with t

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Remember that iffy picture a few days back claiming to be the unannounced E-TEN M700 Pocket PC? Well, thanks to a Russian site with a comprehensive gallery of far more legit-looking pics, those among us who weren't believers are believers now. Not surprisingly, it looks like the production unit wil

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Sure, E-TEN's managed to make some waves with its thinnish glofiish X500, but what about a slide-out keyboard? Aren't those things, like, standard these days? If the E-TEN rumor mill pans out this time around (as it has in the past), this here M700 should come to the rescue. The alleged device look

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Dopod's cozy relationship with HTC (which we're thinking just might have to do with HTC's ownership of the firm) continues with the announcement of three new models: the M700, D810, and C800, based on the HTC Artemis, Trinity, and Herald, respectively. All three designs are fairly bleeding-edge, wi

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