Archive for March, 2009

Nokia Intrigue review

Nokia Intrigue review

I've had the opportunity to spend some time testing out Nokia's new clamshell phone on Verizon Wireless.  It's a sleek design, and probably one of the better looking clamshells out there.  The device is nice and thin, measuring at .55" thick.  If you want to check out our unboxing of the Intrigue, you can hear our first impressions of the device and the new Eco-Friendly initiative of Verizon and Nokia.

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HP Z Workstation Series: SlashGear Exclusive Launch Coverage

HP Z Workstation Series: SlashGear Exclusive Launch Coverage

HP have announced a new range of workstations, the HP Z Workstation series, using Intel's Xeon processor and more than 20 design innovations.  SlashGear had the opportunity to see the Z-series demonstrated as part of HP and DreamWorks' Monsters vs. Aliens event last week, from the entry-level HP Z400 models, through the mid-range HP Z600 machines and up to the high-spec HP Z800 workstations.

After the cut, video demonstrations & full launch gallery

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AT&T clearing out old iPhone 3G stock, allowing early upgrades

AT&T clearing out old iPhone 3G stock, allowing early upgrades

This will please those hoping for a new iPhone release this summer.  It appears that AT&T is allowing customers who wouldn't normally be eligible for the subsidized pricing on the iPhone 3G to upgrade early.  The $199/$299 prices for the iPhones would normally only be available to either new customers, or current customers that have been on their contract long enough.  Now AT&T is letting customers get an iPhone before the normally required 18 month upgrade date.

This appears to be an attempt to move more iPhone 3G units and clear out the stock. This will encourage hopes of a new iPhone this summer, and this new policy would support the leaked rumors about an annual iPhone release. If there was a new iPhone being released this summer, it would definitely make sense to clear the old iPhone stock first.

This offer is only available to current subscribers, and only one iPhone per customer with this new offer.

[Via iPhone Matters]

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