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It could be centuries (if ever) before humans can observe the behavior of a supernova first-hand, but scientists at the University of Oxford may have delivered the next best thing. They've recently simulated an exploding star by zapping an extremely thin carbon rod with a powerful laser; the resul

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It always brings joy to our hearts to see a new UMA-compatible device come into the market, and T-Mobile's revised Shadow from HTC certainly fits the bill. In fact, it's being launched today as the very first Windows Mobile device to support HotSpot calls over WiFi, joining BlackBerrys and a handfu

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It always brings joy to our hearts to see a new UMA-compatible device come into the market, and T-Mobile's revised Shadow from HTC certainly fits the bill. In fact, it's being launched today as the very first Windows Mobile device to support HotSpot calls over WiFi, joining BlackBerrys and a handfu

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Color us impressed (literally). If T-Mobile can manage to subsidize the 7510 down to, say, $50, they're dealing with a serious winner; it's attractive, different from your run-of-the-mill midrange Samsung, and offers that all-important UMA for crazy cheap calling. The phone can be best described as

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Want to \"add a little fun to your social life\"? Of course you do, and Nokia thinks that an American rendition of the 7510 Supernova is just what the doctor ordered. Unfortunately, AWS 3G apparently has nothing to do with adding said fun -- the T-Mobile version of the 7510 is EDGE-only, just like it

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We're always down with new shades of old mobiles, and we're particularly find of new ones that bring along something extra. Nokia has just expanded its Supernova range with a Graphite and Passionate Purple Supernova 7610, 7510, 7310 and 7210. Each of the newcomers also brings along \"enhanced service

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Nokia's 7310 Supernova isn't a half bad looking handset straight from the factory, but you know you're champing at the bit to destroy any and all resell value by slapping a pixelated image of your mum and pop on there. Regardless of how wild, tacky or fashionable your ideas, users in France with th

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Looking through the pictures here, you might not suspect that the sticker prices for these bad boys range from just €90 ($117) all the way down to a jaw-droppingly low €25 (about $32), but they do, which raises a question: why must they be targeting emerging markets alone? Nokia has a his

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So one of the models in Nokia's new low-cost Supernova fashion series, the 7610 slider, just hit the FCC for approval. That's not terribly interesting -- this sort of thing happens on a daily basis. What we did find interesting, though, was this little patch of stars on the backside. It's kind of l

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We've seen the candybar and the flip, but if you remember correctly, there's a third member of Nokia's forthcoming Supernova series -- a slider, naturally. The 7610 has broken cover just after its two siblings, revealing a device that shares the same overwhelmingly mirrored surfaces, brightly color

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It turns out the Supernova from Nokia isn't a single phone, but rather a whole line of new midrange Series 40 handsets targeted squarely at women -- though we've gotta be honest, we could see a whole host of men putting these beauties in their pockets, too. Details on Nokia's Polish site appeared r

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DNP -- the very same folks that developed the daylight-friendly Supernova Flex Screen -- is all set to begin shipping out its newfangled Supernova Epic Screen. Clearly aimed at high-end home theater enthusiasts, this particular projection screen promises to provide \"widescreen reproduction of movie

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While the Claro TV fights off the dimness so often associated with watching front-projection in broad daylight, and Planar's Xscreen claims to work without the gargantuous pricetag, now there's yet another firm in the mix of miracle-working screens. Germany's DNP has unveiled the Supernova Flex Scr

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While the Claro TV fights off the dimness so often associated with watching front-projection in broad daylight, and Planar's Xscreen claims to work without the gargantuous pricetag, now there's yet another firm in the mix of miracle-working screens. Germany's DNP has unveiled the Supernova Flex Scr

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