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It pays to be a T-Mobile customer: while the rest of the country will have to endure nearly two more weeks of excruciating waiting to get their hands on a Sidekick 3 (well, except for us), current Mobbers have been snatching up the new device since it became available at one minute after midnight.

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It pays to be a T-Mobile customer: while the rest of the country will have to endure nearly two more weeks of excruciating waiting to get their hands on a Sidekick 3 (well, except for us), current Mobbers have been snatching up the new device since it became available at one minute after midnight.

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Despite the fact that the long-anticipated official launch date is fast approaching, the demand for Sidekick 3s appears to be as hot as ever, with one lucky/crazy individual scoring one of the suckers for over four grand on eBay -- and it wasn't even a pimped out one. While the seller appears to be

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The Paris Hilton post quota here on Engadget Mobile is severely lacking compared to the exhaustive coverage on the main Engadget site. But it doesn't look like she's going to let us down, once again showing up at the T-Mobile the Sidekick 3 launch party. Of course, she wouldn't be seen rockin' any

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By the time the Bluetoothin', memory expandin' Sidekick 3 drops on T-Mobile come next month, it's our duty here at Engadget to make sure our readers practically know more about the phone than your average Danger employee. The next phase in that plan involves a barrage of reviews, presented here for

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No shocker here: T-Mobile and Danger are officially unveiling the new Sidekick 3 today. (Note that it's not called the \"Sidekick III\". T-Mob has requested that it only be written as \"Sidekick 3\".) The specs are no surprise, either, since they've been rumbling around for weeks now, but we'll run dow

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We like to think we've had you pretty well covered on every aspect of the Sidekick III's imminent release, but if you just can't get enough, our loose-lipped buddies at the FCC are on the case. Not only is the user guide posted, but they've snapped the device from every angle imaginable for our vie

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Just because we had to take a week off to perform certain civic duties doesn't mean the news stops,. So we're back this week with the latest on Motorolas new Canary phone (which could well be the followup to the RAZR), the Sidekick III showing up on the FCC, Apple's new spensivo 17-inch MacBook Pro

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As soon as a Sharp-made handset shows up on the FCC with a whole bunch of confidentiality-request paperwork affixed, you know it's gonna be good. Sidekick fans, feast your eyes on the real deal up in the grill (yep, all those pics were legit), and the um, naked, battery-less tail end of the Sidekic

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As soon as a Sharp-made handset shows up on the FCC with a whole bunch of confidentiality-request paperwork affixed, you know it's gonna be good. Sidekick fans, feast your eyes on the real deal up in the grill (yep, all those pics were legit), and the um, naked, battery-less tail end of the Sidekic

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So, it might seem a bit ridiculous for someone to write up a review of a product that is not only so far unannounced and unavailable, but that he hasn't even managed to personally photograph. But that's not stopping BSD of the Sidekick 3 blog, who has managed to eke out a review. Obviously we can

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