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We're still convinced that the N97 is a more fitting successor to Nokia's Communicator series than the E75, but Espoo says this is your one true heir -- so if you like QWERTY, you like S60, and you know what's good for you, you'll listen up. mail.ru has a killer review of the device (in both red an

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Want Sharp's newest ASV Superlucent 1080p panel, but don't want a Blu-ray drive jammed in the back? Say hello to the Aquos E series. The E77U line packs 120Hz technology, a 4ms response time and Sharp's Spectral Engine XD for all manner of XD (Extreme Dark)or UD (Ultra Dark) situations -- eyeshine

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Want Sharp's newest ASV Superlucent 1080p panel, but don't want a Blu-ray drive jammed in the back? Say hello to the Aquos E series. The E77U line packs 120Hz technology, a 4ms response time and Sharp's Spectral Engine XD for all manner of XD (Extreme Dark)or UD (Ultra Dark) situations -- eyeshine

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We already know just how classically sexy Nokia's E63 is, but there's just something in the pits of our stomachs that gets revved up by a video unboxing. Even more so when the handset is draped in a seductive red coating. If you're in the mood for a pinch of Nokia-style teasing, head on past the br

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We already know just how classically sexy Nokia's E63 is, but there's just something in the pits of our stomachs that gets revved up by a video unboxing. Even more so when the handset is draped in a seductive red coating. If you're in the mood for a pinch of Nokia-style teasing, head on past the br

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We'd never discount the possibility of someone being awfully talented in Photoshop here, but we've got to say, the image shown above looks pretty convincing. As you can glean from the logo in the upper right, this here is a purported E63, and according to some technical tidbits scrounged out of a l

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We'd never discount the possibility of someone being awfully talented in Photoshop here, but we've got to say, the image shown above looks pretty convincing. As you can glean from the logo in the upper right, this here is a purported E63, and according to some technical tidbits scrounged out of a l

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Remember how AT&T ended up picking up the original E61 as the E62 -- but somewhere along the way, the tweaked version lost two of the E61's most important features, 3G and WiFi? Yeah, that sucked. The good news, though, is that since the E62's release, AT&T's really warmed up to WiFi and man

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Dell's dropping a ton of new laptops on us today, and first up are the new Latitudes. Just like we'd heard, the E series is replacing the Ds, with seven new models total. As you no doubt remember from our Week o' Dell Scoops, the E6500, E6400, E5500, and E5400 are the traditional models with 15.4 a

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Nokia's bringing some new, unsurprising, E series hotness to the States in the form of the new E66 slider. Featuring GSM, EDGE, WCDMA and HSDPA bands galore, the phone is slated for a Q3 release this year. Features include a 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera, along with a front-facing cam for video c

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Nokia's finally fessing up to its latest E series QWERTY phone, but took this one in a seriously surprising direction... for Nokia, anyway: thin. The E71 is one of the thinnest phones we've ever seen exit the doors of the Finnish giant, at 10mm thick, but there's still plenty of room for everything

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Nokia's finally fessing up to its latest E series QWERTY phone, but took this one in a seriously surprising direction... for Nokia, anyway: thin. The E71 is one of the thinnest phones we've ever seen exit the doors of the Finnish giant, at 10mm thick, but there's still plenty of room for everything

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Nokia's bringing some new, unsurprising, E series hotness to the States in the form of the new E66 slider. Featuring GSM, EDGE, WCDMA and HSDPA bands galore, the phone is slated for a Q3 release this year. Features include a 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera, along with a front-facing cam for video c

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You already knew Nokia's evolutionary N96 was all set to be shipped in the fall, but it's about time Nokia came clean with the release information on its leaked-out-everywhere E-series. While Anssi Vanjoki, senior executive vice president of Nokia Markets, didn't specify model numbers, it's widely

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You already knew Nokia's evolutionary N96 was all set to be shipped in the fall, but it's about time Nokia came clean with the release information on its leaked-out-everywhere E-series. While Anssi Vanjoki, senior executive vice president of Nokia Markets, didn't specify model numbers, it's widely

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If you reckoned that Sony's VPL-EX4 and VPL-ES4 were getting a bit long in the tooth, we suppose Sony agrees. Across the way (in Asia-Pacific, to be precise), Sony has launched four new PJs on us: the VPL-EW5, VPL-EX50, VPL-EX5 and VPL-ES5. According to the company, the whole lot is aimed at boardr

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We think it came as a surprise to pretty much everyone that Nokia's long-rumored E71 was a no-show at Mobile World Congress this year; it looked real enough and totally ready to go the last time we spied it, and really, our only guess is that Espoo didn't want to steal any thunder from its lovely ne

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Symbian and Windows Mobile might be sworn enemies, but to play ball in the corporate space, Nokia has little option but to support the 800-pound email gorilla that is Exchange. To that end, Espoo has loosed version 2 of its Mail for Exchange client, tightening integration with Microsoft's Exchange S

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We don't see how Nokia's business-savvy Eseries line could thrive without the benefit of a tested and true smartphone operating system to back it up, but if this picture is the real deal, that may very well be where we're headed. Just Another Mobile Phone Blog posted this picture of a rather plain

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