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Remember Neonode? The company's troubled N2 handset was so beleaguered with problems that less than a year after it launched, the company filed for bankruptcy. Since its lowest ebb, the company has reinvented itself as a component manufacturer leveraging its infrared-based user interface technolog

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January 9, 2013 at 10:00PM
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Neonode AB, a wholly-owned subsidiary of US-based Neonode, Inc., has filed a petition for bankruptcy in Sweden. The company, which has focused almost all of its efforts on pushing the now aged Neonode N2 since 2004, finally caved after looking so vulnerable in late July. According to Per Bystedt, C

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Neonode AB, a wholly-owned subsidiary of US-based Neonode, Inc., has filed a petition for bankruptcy in Sweden. The company, which has focused almost all of its efforts on pushing the now aged Neonode N2 since 2004, finally caved after looking so vulnerable in late July. According to Per Bystedt, C

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From the outside, it has been easy to assume that everything was humming along nicely at Neonode's California / Sweden-based offices. Based on a recent open letter issued by the interim CEO and chairman Per Bystedt (not to mention the earnings report), that is indeed not at all the case. Neonode has

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Hey, you remember the Neonode N2? The OG full-face touchscreen phone? Well, better cherish those memories, since every N2 is being recalled due to \"reception problems.\" A fix is apparently ready to go, but seeing as we haven't heard a peep from Neonode since it promised us a totally new OS and hands

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Wisely observing that black isn't for everyone, Neonode has pushed out its fleet of four N2 colors that we first saw back at CES: Lime, Azure, Rubine, and Roza. Translated, that's green, blue, red, and pink, which means there are now four exciting new ways that we can not have the N2 in the States.

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We've just gotten out of a meeting with Thomas Eriksson, co-founder and CTO of Neonode, and we've learned some very exciting information about the company's newest, as-yet-unannounced phones. We were shown designs of the mobile-maker's next lineup of devices, including an iPhone-esque model called

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We've just gotten out of a meeting with Thomas Eriksson, co-founder and CTO of Neonode, and we've learned some very exciting information about the company's newest, as-yet-unannounced phones. We were shown designs of the mobile-maker's next lineup of devices, including an iPhone-esque model called

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Neonode have busted onto the CES scene with a monster booth, new colors for the existing N2, new prototype devices, and whispers of a 3G N2.5 or 3. Now all we have to do is wait for the carrier to get announced and hear word on pricing. We're looking forward to how things roll out for them over her

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What do you do when you've got a hot UI built upon a red-hot touch screen technology? Diversify and conquer, naturally. Today, Neonode is showing off a new media playing GPS device in their booth at CES. The fully functional, engineering prototype may or may not be brought to market under Neonode's

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While most of the US is just getting their first glimpse of the Neonode N2, we've got the Neonode N2.5 for you dear readers. We were assured that this engineering prototype features a heftier battery to offset complaints raised by N2 owners. The other complaint -- lack of 3G data -- is also solved.

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