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Pure has long since been a stranger to the US market, despite shipping some of the sexiest internet radios this planet has ever seen. The company announced back at CES that all of that would be changing in the near future, but it wasn't until now that we had specifics surrounding the whos, whats, w

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Pure's always had a knack for crafting elegant, oftentimes unorthodox looking radios. Problem is (at least for you Yanks), they've been marketed and sold exclusively across the pond. In our humble opinion, there's no better time to change that than here at the International Consumer Electronics Sho

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At first glance you might be tempted to give Motorola's newest slider a pass, but we had a chance to check it out at CTIA a couple weeks back, and it's actually one helluva phone. The QA4 Evoke combines a numeric slider keypad with a full touchscreen in a vaguely PEBL-like package, offering EV-DO,

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When you look at the Motorola Evoke QA4, the last thought that springs to mind is RAZR, and that's such a good thing. Let's face it, long live the RAZR, but its time is past, though, we're over the moon to see Moto step up with a piece of hardware that's made us genuinely happy excited about Moto (

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We first caught sight of this one back in February, and again earlier this month courtesy of the FCC, but it looks like Motorola's QA4 has now finally gotten fully official and, well, there it is. Now formally dubbed the Motorola Evoke QA4, this one packs a decently-sized 2.8-inch WQVGA touchscreen

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Motorola hasn't exactly been doing that great a job keeping this one secret, but it looks like its QA4 handset is doing its best to make itself known, and it has now made its latest, still-not-official showing courtesy of the FCC. As you can see above, the phone looks quite a bit different than tho

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Man, talk about quick reflexes. Not even a fortnight after Radiopaq announced its WiFi radio-enabled Rp5, along comes Pure Digital to keep things competitive. The stylish-in-its-own-way EVOKE Flow not only taps into the intarwebz for streaming music, but it also includes FM / DAB tuners and support

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