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Just in case you missed it, we though we'd point you in the direction of Engadget Mobile's hands-on with Zeemote's nunchuck-like JS1 mobile joystick, which promises to make playing games on your cellphone a slightly more enjoyable experience. As our own Sean Cooper reports, the controller works sur

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Samsung looks to move forward into the realm of mobile gaming with two new U.S. patents involving gameplay-oriented handsets. For starters, patent #1 (pictured above) describes a \"portable communication terminal for games.\" The display on this design involves a hinged \"flip\" that unveils a dual-r

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Not that we're not a fan of pop-out joysticks on mobile phones (just think of the gaming consequences), but Nokia has semi-joined that party now with an even better patent (application): a stylus that is inserted into a socket in what appears to be a d-pad that really has the capability to turn a ph

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