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Remember just a few days back when the HTC MAX 4G AKA the world's very first GSM / WiMAX handset was announced? Well, some pretty sweet footage of the device -- which boasts 8GB of flash memory, GPS, WiFi, triband EDGE and WIMAX support -- has surfaced, and we have to say it doesn't look too shabby

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Remember just a few days back when the HTC MAX 4G AKA the world's very first GSM / WiMAX handset was announced? Well, some pretty sweet footage of the device -- which boasts 8GB of flash memory, GPS, WiFi, triband EDGE and WIMAX support -- has surfaced, and we have to say it doesn't look too shabby

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You knew we'd be back, right? It's that time again, ladies and gents: Engadget Podcast time. This week, thrill to the delectable sounds of your hosts -- Josh, Paul, and Nilay -- as they cover all things smartphone. Excite your senses with discussion of BlackBerry wishes and G1 dreams. Hear insight

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Hey Sprint, you listening? Granted, GSM doesn't do Sprint a whole lot of good in the States, but swapping a CDMA radio into HTC's first WiMAX effort here would make for a downright mighty response to the Touch HD. The previously-seen T8920 has turned out to be the MAX 4G, an 800 x 480 monster with

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Hey Sprint, you listening? Granted, GSM doesn't do Sprint a whole lot of good in the States, but swapping a CDMA radio into HTC's first WiMAX effort here would make for a downright mighty response to the Touch HD. The previously-seen T8920 has turned out to be the MAX 4G, an 800 x 480 monster with

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