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Much like Sony's Rolly, we're still struggling to piece together exactly how iriver's WAVE-HOME device is supposed to revolutionize our lives. And, you know, figure out what exactly it does. Thanks to a unit floating out in South Korea (in black attire, no less), we're given a decent look of the in

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March 12, 2009 at 2:02AM
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Well it looks like folks in Korea may not have to wait until March to get their hands on iriver's first cellphone after all, as the WavePhone (previously known simply as the \"wave\") is apparently now available (or will soon be available) at ten iriver shops in the country. That limited roll-out is

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Well it looks like folks in Korea may not have to wait until March to get their hands on iriver's first cellphone after all, as the WavePhone (previously known simply as the \"wave\") is apparently now available (or will soon be available) at ten iriver shops in the country. That limited roll-out is

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After teasing us with a touchscreen phone way back at CES this January, iriver has been decidedly mum on the subject ever since, calling what we saw more of a \"proof of concept\" than a ready-for-market product. Well, that veil has been lifted and we're finally staring at the iriver wave, a touchpho

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After teasing us with a touchscreen phone way back at CES this January, iriver has been decidedly mum on the subject ever since, calling what we saw more of a \"proof of concept\" than a ready-for-market product. Well, that veil has been lifted and we're finally staring at the iriver wave, a touchpho

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