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We haven't heard a solitary peep out of IXI Mobile in a hot minute, even though its Ogo line -- once a member of Cingular's lineup -- had found some niche popularity among teens and the deaf community. We'd even thought they'd gone into R&D hibernation, actually, but apparently not -- they're i

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July 3, 2009 at 6:29PM
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Unbeknownst to us, little ol' IXI Mobile has apparently still been \"competing\" in the US with its Ogo line of messaging devices, despite the fact that it has been all but MIA since disappearing from AT&T's lineup (the old, pre-Cingular AT&T, that is) back in 2005. The emphasis is on \"has,\" t

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The IXI mobile Ogo CT-25 features a gimmicky -- but undeniably cool -- area on the hinge where they've left space to clip on one of a small pile of attachments. The list currently features the Handset OC-HS1, a wireless handset that clips on your shirt and uses the Ogo to charge, extending a small

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Goodness, this is not a flattering shot of the new Ogo 2.0's interior. That's alright, though; it's still better than the original, and we imagine there's a healthy contingent of individuals out there searching the globe high and low for their now-ancient Ogo 1's replacement. Though there's no word

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Some upstart device manufacturers might run off with their tails between their legs after the tepid reception they received from ATTWS and its US customer base, but IXI Mobile has proven that persistence really does pay off. After making some healthy inroads in Europe and Israel, the company is turn

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IXI Mobile has made good on its MacArthur-like promise to return to the mobile messaging arena, with the launch of the CT-17 in Germany. As previously reported, the handheld will be selling for about $60, with monthly plans, marketed through 1&1 as the Pocket Web service, starting at about $12.

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IXI Mobile has made good on its MacArthur-like promise to return to the mobile messaging arena, with the launch of the CT-17 in Germany. As previously reported, the handheld will be selling for about $60, with monthly plans, marketed through 1&1 as the Pocket Web service, starting at about $12.

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