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Do you choo-choo-choose the Sprint Express, or does it choose you? The Now Network's mixing things up this holiday season by adding its own branded device -- in reality, a reworked Huawei Boulder that Sprint slapped its name on -- to the low end of its smartphone lineup. Known simply as the Exp

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Ew. We're not sure what it is about watching a video of Provoke's Touch concept that creeps us out. Nevertheless, we're not feeling the \"deep communication\" the phones are meant to create between lovers. Instead, we're drawn to images of a bandaged, reptilian baby pustulating to the songs of a heav

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Ew. We're not sure what it is about watching a video of Provoke's Touch concept that creeps us out. Nevertheless, we're not feeling the \"deep communication\" the phones are meant to create between lovers. Instead, we're drawn to images of a bandaged, reptilian baby pustulating to the songs of a heav

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We've been waiting to get our hands on the Dash Express ever since we heard about it way back in 2006, and though we've seen a ton of photos and even toyed around with a beta version of the GPRS / WiFi-connected navigator, actually using the device for a lengthy period of time revealed some pretty

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The corporate videoconferencing market has taken some baby steps towards HD resolutions, but a company called LifeSize is trying to jump the rest of the pack with an array of 720p devices that sell for much lower prices than anything else we've seen. The company's basic solution, the $5,999 LifeSiz

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Well, would you look at that -- the Dash Express has navigated itself into the FCC's tell-all database. Not much here you didn't already know -- 4.3-inch display, WiFi, cell, and GPS radios, two-way traffic updates and travel-time estimation, and slightly redesigned casing -- but it looks like ther

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File this under \"wish it was ATSC not DVB-T.\" Miglia has produced what appears to be the first digital TV reception card for the ExpressCard slot. DVB-T means that this guy will not work Stateside but in most European counties and well, that is where it is being sold for 150 Euros so it better use

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