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When we first caught wind of Sensic's head-tracking 3D Smart goggles a few days ago, we couldn't help but think of it as a Sony HMZ-T1 on Android-flavored steroids. We've just spent some time with the prototype here on the show floor playing a virtual demo that had us smashing buildings in a virtua

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Late last month AT&T withdrew its application with the FCC to acquire T-Mobile, in an attempt, it said, to focus on winning approval from the Department of Justice, first. Now a district court judge is considering dismissing the US' antitrust suit against ole Ma Bell. According to Bloomberg,

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We still think that the Saga is one of the better portrait QWERTY WinMo phones currently on the market -- the optical mouse is awesome and global roaming is a more-than-welcome capability -- and it's only gotten better with the release of an official update from Samsung. The new build features Micr

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How does a totally plain-looking Windows Mobile-powered Samsung with seemingly no particular strengths or stand-out features to its name survive in a product lineup that features devices like the Storm and the Touch Pro? Just fine, thank you very much. Admittedly, we went into this particular hands

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We spent a few brief moments with Samsung's dual-mode Saga for Verizon recently, and let's just put it this way: our reaction wasn't what we'd expected. Head on over to Engadget Mobile for the pictures -- oh, those glorious pictures -- and our quick take!

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Nothing new or unexpected here: just like we said a few days ago, the Samsung Saga, one of the bluest handsets in recent memory, is now available online at Verizon. Also filed under \"things we already knew,\" the globetrotting GSM and CDMA-enabled smartphone with EV-DO is selling for $199.99 (with a

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Nothing new or unexpected here: just like we said a few days ago, the Samsung Saga, one of the bluest handsets in recent memory, is now available online at Verizon. Also filed under \"things we already knew,\" the globetrotting GSM and CDMA-enabled smartphone with EV-DO is selling for $199.99 (with a

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We know about most of these handsets, but it's always fun to get a few final views before they're officially announced and made available, isn't it? phoneArena has what must be the complete (or close to it) lineup from Samsung for the US market in the next few months all in one place, showing the a

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And now a little bit of news out of our \"straight out of left field\" department: Verizon's apparently getting the Omnia. We've spent so long trying to will a North American HSDPA-equipped version of Samsung's WinMo superphone into existence that we totally failed to consider the possibility of an E

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