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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

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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

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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

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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

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With the MAXX and V3xx both coming out of the woodwork recently and into customers' hands, it's already been a helluva week for Motorola launches -- but there's no rest for the wicked. The MOTORIZR Z3, alternatively known in some circles as the RAZR slider (but not that RAZR slider), has gone ahead

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In case there was any ongoing concern among the populace that Motorola's RAZRiffic slider, the MOTORIZR Z3, wouldn't win FCC approval, it looks like that (needlessly) stressed-out faction can finally rest easy. We found the typical bounty of documentation on the FCC's site for the Z3 this week -- a

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No surprises from Motorola today, though we were able to spend some quality time with their upcoming RIZR and KRZR models. We were surprised at how light and solid the RIZR felt, especially considering we're looking at a pre-production unit here. The matte, rust red finish was a nice touch, but che

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C'mon, it's just a RIZR, MAXX, and KRZR (pictured not at all in order) -- probably better thought of as Motorola's long-awaited new line of slick looking phones, than as the $1,700, $2,500, and $1,750 bricks of shiny glass and plastic that you'll just toss in six months. Still, it's nice to know th

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Do you think it's a fashion faux pas to mix and match phones and accessories? Motorola does, and in the vein of the original RAZR headsets, they're pumping out a couple new ones to match their fresh MOTOKRZR and MOTORIZR phones. The H601 and H800 complement the new models, respectively -- no intere

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