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If a tree falls in the forest does anybody hear? That's what we asked ourselves upon seeing reports that some AT&T customers were being treated to the message on the right. We pinged AT&T for comment and received the following statement: AT&T is discontinuing our Video Share service. As

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April 8, 2011 at 6:52AM
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Following an earlier limited rollout to Atlanta, Dallas, and San Antonio, AT&T has now taken its \"video call lite\" service -- Video Share -- to all 160 of its 3G markets nationwide. Like the service itself, the compatible handset lineup is extraordinarily limited at the moment; only the SYNC, A

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It seems AT&T is intent on keeping Video Share phones in the pipeline (as well they should, considering that LG CU500v owners are the only ones invited to the party at the moment). Next up might be this, a gold V3xx dummy unit received by a tipster that clearly has its front-facing cam intact.

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Field report tidbits from Engadget's mobile insider, the Boy Genius.Always wondered just how AT&T's one-way Video Share system was going to work? Us too, so we were more than happy to get a gander at the quick start user guide for the upcoming LG CU500v, a phone that's destined to be among the

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The A717, an Ultra Edition clamshell from Samsung, really took us by surprise; it's not mentioned in Samsung's press materials, so there's not a heck of a lot we can say about it beyond the specifications we found and the conspicuous orange splat on the OK button. Thanks to a rotating 2 megapixel

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It's been a long time in coming -- and even its latest upcoming equipment doesn't seem to support it -- but Cingular (or should we say AT&T?) wants everyone to know that video calling is still very much on its agenda. Demos of the feature, made possible by WCDMA's capability to rock voice and da

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It's been a long time in coming -- and even its latest upcoming equipment doesn't seem to support it -- but Cingular (or should we say AT&T?) wants everyone to know that video calling is still very much on its agenda. Demos of the feature, made possible by WCDMA's capability to rock voice and da

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