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Everyone has different ideas on what the perfect search-and-rescue robot is, and for a University of Pennsylvania Mod Lab team, it comes in the form of a snake drone-quadcopter chimera. The Hybrid Exploration Robot for Air and Land Deployment or H.E.R.A.L.D. is composed of two snake-like machines

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The Jack's just fine and dandy if you want a WinMo Standard device on AT&T with a portrait QWERTY keyboard, but what if you're, say, coming from a Pearl? Odds are you're pretty comfortable with a SureType-style 20-key layout, and that's what the GW600 HQ from LG promises. This device sorta made

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HTC's slowly coming around on Windows Mobile 6 upgrades for its full suite of recent self-branded handsets, thank goodness. Latest to get blessed is the P4350, HTC's very own rendition of its thin, EDGE-only QWERTY slider. Of course, if you've had a T-Mobile Wing, you've been feeling this love for q

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The T-Mobile Wing is a Windows Mobile 6 phone, alright -- and the specs aren't anything to write home about, especially not for $400. 200MHz CPU, EDGE data, QVGA display. And yet we find ourselves mysteriously attracted to the T-Mobile Wing. It's nigh-sticky soft-touch finish, it's thin profile (f

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The T-Mobile Wing is a Windows Mobile 6 phone, alright -- and the specs aren't anything to write home about, especially not for $400. 200MHz CPU, EDGE data, QVGA display. And yet we find ourselves mysteriously attracted to the T-Mobile Wing. It's nigh-sticky soft-touch finish, it's thin profile (fo

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We're not sure if it's the newfound presence of the Wing on T-Mobile's support site or the ever-growing throng of individuals reporting that customer service agents and in-store reps are touting May 22 as the launch date, but something tells us that tomorrow's starting to look pretty good for getti

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We're not sure if it's the newfound presence of the Wing on T-Mobile's support site or the ever-growing throng of individuals reporting that customer service agents and in-store reps are touting May 22 as the launch date, but something tells us that tomorrow's starting to look pretty good for getti

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MyMobile911 has somehow managed to acquire a \"production package\" of T-Mobile's upcoming Windows Mobile 6-equipped Wing, and perhaps the most interesting news here is that it is, in fact, called the \"Wing.\" Previous reports had suggested that execs weren't happy with the name, but hey, they could c

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MyMobile911 has somehow managed to acquire a \"production package\" of T-Mobile's upcoming Windows Mobile 6-equipped Wing, and perhaps the most interesting news here is that it is, in fact, called the \"Wing.\" Previous reports had suggested that execs weren't happy with the name, but hey, they could c

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Call it a T-Mobile device... just don't call it \"Wing.\" Word has it that execs at the nation's number two GSM carrier were less than pleased with the naming for its latest Pocket PC phone (but \"Dash\" somehow made the cut?), though it's unknown what the new name will be. But wait, we haven't gotten t

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While O2 announced two new Windows Mobile handsets yesterday -- the Xda terra and nova -- sadly, we were only able to get our mitts on one of them this morning at CeBIT. It seems the Nova part of the \"Terra Nova\" duo was missing in action, as the device is apparently still being tweaked to perfecti

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While O2 announced two new Windows Mobile handsets yesterday -- the Xda terra and nova -- sadly, we were only able to get our mitts on one of them this morning at CeBIT. It seems the Nova part of the \"Terra Nova\" duo was missing in action, as the device is apparently still being tweaked to perfecti

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Though O2 spends plenty of time getting cozy with Quanta for its Windows Mobile needs, that doesn't mean they've thrown HTC to the curb. The latest two HTCs to get the O2 treatment -- in Germany, anyway -- will be the Herald and Elf, released as the Xda \"terra\" and \"nova\" respectively. As you might

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Though O2 spends plenty of time getting cozy with Quanta for its Windows Mobile needs, that doesn't mean they've thrown HTC to the curb. The latest two HTCs to get the O2 treatment -- in Germany, anyway -- will be the Herald and Elf, released as the Xda \"terra\" and \"nova\" respectively. As you might

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There's not a whole lot left to learn about the HTC Herald, otherwise known as the P4350, but those keeping track of the QWERTY-concealing handset's every move will no doubt be pleased to hear that it's finally made its way through the FCC's hands, making it one step closer to landing in yours. For

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There's not a whole lot left to learn about the HTC Herald, otherwise known as the P4350, but those keeping track of the QWERTY-concealing handset's every move will no doubt be pleased to hear that it's finally made its way through the FCC's hands, making it one step closer to landing in yours. For

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Thanks largely to the lack of a 3G radio, we'd venture to guess that anticipation for HTC's Herald isn't building nearly as strongly as it did for the Hermes, but the 17 millimeter thick enclosure should be more than enough to woo a buyer or two away from their Wizard. As we'd previously mentioned,

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C'mon, HTC certainly wasn't fooling anyone after the Herald was unmasked and taken from under wraps, but now the QWERTY-packin' device is finally getting a proper nametag. The HTC P4350, while far from being a new release, will \"officially\" sport a slimmer enclosure than the Tytn and foolishly lack

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C'mon, HTC certainly wasn't fooling anyone after the Herald was unmasked and taken from under wraps, but now the QWERTY-packin' device is finally getting a proper nametag. The HTC P4350, while far from being a new release, will \"officially\" sport a slimmer enclosure than the Tytn and foolishly lack

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Dopod's cozy relationship with HTC (which we're thinking just might have to do with HTC's ownership of the firm) continues with the announcement of three new models: the M700, D810, and C800, based on the HTC Artemis, Trinity, and Herald, respectively. All three designs are fairly bleeding-edge, wi

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