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American Android users started getting carrier billing in Google Play early this month through T-Mobile (and later AT&T), and now Sprint can join the party. Any app, book, music or video purchase can be tacked on to the monthly bill for your EVO 4G LTE instead of going through Google. The m

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There's been no direct confirmation just yet, but Fortune has it that Palm's hotly anticipated Pre actually syncs with iTunes. Yeah, iTunes. According to the report, the Pre works \"seamlessly\" with iTunes on a Mac, with the only notable limitation being that it can't handle older DRM-laced files fr

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There's been no direct confirmation just yet, but Fortune has it that Palm's hotly anticipated Pre actually syncs with iTunes. Yeah, iTunes. According to the report, the Pre works \"seamlessly\" with iTunes on a Mac, with the only notable limitation being that it can't handle older DRM-laced files fr

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A great feature -- or, at least we thought it was a great feature -- of mobile music stores is that you're not eternally shackled to listening to the track on your crappy little handset. Buying and listening to music on the road is all well and good, and admittedly, it's probably the typical mode of

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Forgetting the obviously Chocolate-inspired exterior for just a moment (Verizon will be hearing none of that, thank you very much), the LG Muziq is Sprint's latest entry into the booming midrange musicphone market. The EV-DO data, stereo Bluetooth, 1.3 megapixel camera, microSD slot, and FM transmi

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Shoring up its music-friendly line alongside the UpStage from Samsung, Sprint has announced its \"Muziq,\" the Fusic's spiritual successor from LG. While it'll face some serious musicphone competition from across the CDMA / GSM divide later this week, the Muziq holds its own with some interesting fea

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As expected, Sprint has announced the SPH-m620 \"UpStage\" dual-faced musicphone today, giving Sprint a decided \"wow\" factor in its lineup -- for the moment, at least. Manufacturers seem to be turning to unusual form factors in an effort to gain some differentiation in a crowded high-end and specialt

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As expected, Sprint has announced the SPH-m620 \"UpStage\" dual-faced musicphone today, giving Sprint a decided \"wow\" factor in its lineup -- for the moment, at least. Manufacturers seem to be turning to unusual form factors in an effort to gain some differentiation in a crowded high-end and specialt

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So it won't be called the \"Flipper\" or the \"Ultra Music\" -- no, it seems Sprint wanted a name all its own for the very unique m620 musicphone from Samsung. When it launches at CTIA this week, the two-faced handset will get slapped with the name \"UpStage,\" which in our opinion really doesn't convey

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So it won't be called the \"Flipper\" or the \"Ultra Music\" -- no, it seems Sprint wanted a name all its own for the very unique m620 musicphone from Samsung. When it launches at CTIA this week, the two-faced handset will get slapped with the name \"UpStage,\" which in our opinion really doesn't convey

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We think we've got a pretty good -- nay, perfect -- idea of what this is, but Sprint's doing its darndest to keep us all guessing about its upcoming handset that's \"redefining flip.\" We can't really say we blame them; Samsung's curiuous two-sided musicphone is pretty innovative even on a bad day, a

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The Sanyo M1's unusually husky appearance might lead one to believe that it's the be-all, end-all solution to meet the world's high-function musicphone needs, but LAPTOP Magazine recently had an opportunity to put the clamshell through its paces -- and unfortunately, it turns out that carrying 1GB

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While Sanyo's phones are known for their tendency to leave customers delighted here in the US, one thing they're typically not known for is keen industrial design -- with the possible exception of the Katana released earlier this year. The Katana's proven to be a decent low- to midrange piece, but

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Quick: what's the diff between the two flips on the left? Very good, one's branded T-Mobile and the other wears a Sprint badge. The SPH-M500 for Sprint (pictured left) and SGH-T619 for T-Mob (center) are virtual dead ringers for one another, the only obvious difference being that the T619 sports GS

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