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T-Mobile's stable got one stall wider when we heard the RIZR Z3 would be hitting this month -- but was it worth the carrier's trouble? T-Mobile is the first US provider to offer up this already long-in-the-tooth handset -- which commands a respectable $100 on a two-year contract -- and LAPTOP had th...

March 21st 2007 at 2:05pm 0 Comments
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While you loyal T-Mobile users have patiently braved the news of Moto's RIZR Z3 passing FCC inspection, getting some love on Vodafone Germany, and receiving a relatively glowing review, it's about time it sashayed over to your carrier, huh? If that's you, go on and circle March 12th on your curren...

February 23rd 2007 at 9:53am 0 Comments
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While you loyal T-Mobile users have patiently braved the news of Moto's RIZR Z3 passing FCC inspection, getting some love on Vodafone Germany, and receiving a relatively glowing review, it's about time it sashayed over to your carrier, huh? If that's you, go on and circle March 12th on your current...

February 23rd 2007 at 9:53am 0 Comments
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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences -- better known to most as the Oscar people -- are apparently promising to come down hard on the use of cameraphones at this year's event with a complete ban. That, in itself, is not surprising; the last thing our friends in Hollywood want is a flood o...

February 21st 2007 at 11:39am 0 Comments
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What a difference a profile shot makes, eh? Say hello again, to Motorola's 3G MOTORIZR Z8 -- the first ever "kick slider" sporting a new form factor meant to more confortably fit the profile of your face. This pup packs a Symbian (yes, Symbian) OS and up to 3.6Mbps HSDPA data in a 15.3-mm thin form...

February 12th 2007 at 5:50am 0 Comments
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What a difference a profile shot makes, eh? Say hello again, to Motorola's 3G MOTORIZR Z8 -- the first ever "kick slider" sporting a new form factor meant to more confortably fit the profile of your face. This pup packs a Symbian (yes, Symbian) OS and up to 3.6Mbps HSDPA data in a 15.3-mm thin form...

February 12th 2007 at 5:50am 0 Comments
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Sorry we don't yet have any hard info on this thing, but you know what a front-facing camera means, right? Say hi to the 3G MOTORIZR (or RIZR, if you will), the Z8.

January 23rd 2007 at 3:29pm 0 Comments
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Yep, we couldn't be sure from the press photos, but now we can say with confidence that the MOTORIZR Z6's glossy casing is pretty bombastic -- visually, it's what the Z3 shoulda been in every respect. Of course, firmware makes or breaks a phone, so we won't know how well the Z6 really treats us unt...

January 10th 2007 at 4:43pm 0 Comments
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The first RAZR-esque slider for global release from Moto, the MOTORIZR Z3, hasn't even seen wide distribution yet, but that didn't stop them from announcing the hotter Z6 at CES this week. The upgraded device adds a so-2006 glossy black finish and features Motorola's new Linux- and Java-based plat...

January 8th 2007 at 3:12pm 0 Comments
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The first RAZR-esque slider for global release from Moto, the MOTORIZR Z3, hasn't even seen wide distribution yet, but that didn't stop them from announcing the hotter Z6 at CES this week. The upgraded device adds a so-2006 glossy black finish and features Motorola's new Linux- and Java-based platf...

January 8th 2007 at 3:12pm 0 Comments
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The MOTORIZR Z3 isn't exactly awe-inspiring in terms of features, but being that its Moto's "first attempt at the slider design trend," it gets somewhat of a pass in the value department. CNET was able to get its paws on the predictably thin new mobile, and while the list of niceties wasn't exactly...

December 20th 2006 at 8:16pm 0 Comments
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The MOTORIZR Z3 isn't exactly awe-inspiring in terms of features, but being that its Moto's "first attempt at the slider design trend," it gets somewhat of a pass in the value department. CNET was able to get its paws on the predictably thin new mobile, and while the list of niceties wasn't exactly...

December 20th 2006 at 8:16pm 0 Comments