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Saygus has been long forgotten over the course of time, only to be remembered by the most hardcore phone enthusiasts. The Utah-based phone maker enjoyed a brief moment in the spotlight at CES 2010 with its VPhone, a high-end (at the time) Android QWERTY device capable of doing two-way video calls

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If you followed the launch of Nikon's J2 interchangeable-lens compact recently, then waking up to today's announcement of a higher-specced V2 probably won't come as a huge surprise. Nevertheless, whereas the J2 was frustratingly incremental compared to the J1, the V2 will likely represent a more s

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While we had high hopes for Sony's sleek and beautifully crafted VAIO P back in the day, it's become a major point of frustration and thus, ridicule, ever since we first powered it up. This $900ish ultra-portable is the very symbol of what tends to go wrong at Sony: beautiful hardware is crippled by

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In case we needed any proof that the revised E90 with flush keys was the real deal, this ought to do it: Cellpassion spotted the so-called E90 v2 strutting its stuff at MWC last week, and yeah, apart from the revised keypad, there's not a heck of a lot to write home about. Nokia apparently says tha

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We'd heard reports from E90 owners in the past that the keyboard has a bit of a fatal flaw: it's high enough to touch the screen when the handset's closed, transferring whatever your nasty hands left on the keys to the display. We're now hearing that a \"v2\" model has started to circulate with a tot

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The UPnP Forum has rolled out version two of its UPnP specifications, which promises to make it easier for users to network various devices together, while at the same time keeping companies happy by ensuring that all the content flying around remains protected by DRM. Some of the biggest additions

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