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Sorry for the emotional rollercoaster, AT&T subscribers; we know it's been a rough week. Happily, the LG CU500v (AT&T's first Video Share phone) and Nokia N75, both anticipated devices in their own right, are finally on sale. No, seriously. Check out the links below if you don't believe us.

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May 4, 2007 at 11:20AM
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Fool us once, shame on you, AT&T; fool us twice, well... we all know how that saying goes. Be that as it may, we're going to stick our necks out a little bit and say that AT&T's flubbing of the CU500v's launch last Friday was truly indicative of imminent availability. A source has provided

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So, what web dev over at AT&T is getting a black mark on his next annual review? It seems now that both the Nokia N75 and the LG CU500v have been pulled from AT&T's site following an exciting morning that was shaping up to be one of the more memorable for AT&T subscribers in recent memo

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So, what web dev over at AT&T is getting a black mark on his next annual review? It seems now that both the Nokia N75 and the LG CU500v have been pulled from AT&T's site following an exciting morning that was shaping up to be one of the more memorable for AT&T subscribers in recent memo

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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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It's time for spring cleaning in AT&T's lineup, and since we got hold of a fresh price sheet a few days back, more details have filtered in as to what we can expect in the next few weeks. Pictured above is the lowly 2610 candybar from Nokia, a cameraless phone that's destined to replace the 603

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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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