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HTC HD7 for T-Mobile Announced, Offers 4.3-inch Display

HTC HD7 for T-Mobile Announced, Offers 4.3-inch Display

As you could have guessed from the name, T-Mobile has just announced that the HTC HD7 will be heading to the Magenta network by the mid-weeks of November. We already know the device will be heading to Europe in October, so those in the United States will have to wait a bit longer. And, T-Mobile is happy to announce that, along with the Dell Venue, the HTC HD7 is an exclusive handset to bring Windows Phone 7 to the network in time for the holiday shopping sprees.

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Dell Venue for T-Mobile Landing in Time for the Holidays

Dell Venue for T-Mobile Landing in Time for the Holidays

As the information about Windows Phone 7 breaks cover, and Microsoft gets ready to kick off their coverage of the devices in just a few moments, there's no surprise that T-Mobile is getting a little bit of Windows Phone 7 love, too. While Dell's impending Windows Phone 7 devices may have been leaked a few months previous, that doesn't mean the Venue's announcement of future availability doesn't get us any less excited. Previously known as the Dell Lightning, the Dell Venue is a portrait slider, featuring Windows Phone 7.

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QNAP NMP-1000P network media player offers vast format support

QNAP NMP-1000P network media player offers vast format support

QNAP has outed its latest network media player, the NMP-1000P, a compact STB that offers Full HD 1080p video, Dolby and DTS digital surround sound, optional NAS functionality and internet media streaming.  Able to gobble up a 3.5-inch hard-drive in its internal bay - either for storing local content or acting as a backup drive for networked computers - the NMP-1000P uses Sigma Designs new 667MHz SMP8643 SoC video/audio decoder.

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Windows Phone 7 Doesn’t Support Tethering, Microsoft Says

Windows Phone 7 Doesn’t Support Tethering, Microsoft Says

Despite the fact that Brandon Watson, in an interview on TWiT podcast Windows Weekly, said that Windows Phone 7 would indeed support tethering, and that the usage of the feature would be completely up to the wireless carriers offering the mobile Operating System, it seems that Microsoft has another thing in mind entirely. It looks like it won't be up to the carriers at all, because the system doesn't support it.

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NBC Universal Says Apple TV Would Devalue Its Content

NBC Universal Says Apple TV Would Devalue Its Content

Since the launch of iTunes, and its subsequent availability of music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts, it's become the venerable digital retailer for what people love to download. While some might suggest that the pricing could be altered, the general consensus is that $.99 for a show isn't all that bad at all. However, NBC Universal doesn't see it the same way, and believes that pricing their television shows at such a low cost would ultimately "devalue" the content as a whole, and therefore the company is staying away from Apple TV.

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Zune spreads: Zune Pass in Europe, v4.7 syncs Windows Phone 7 devices

Zune spreads: Zune Pass in Europe, v4.7 syncs Windows Phone 7 devices

Microsoft has announced the next phase of expansion for its Zune multimedia platform, and it means that the Zune Pass subscription download service is finally spreading outside of North America.  As of v4.7, the Zune software will also be the tool for managing Windows Phone 7 devices; Microsoft will roll it out in over 20 countries, together with bringing Zune Pass access to the UK, France, Italy and Spain.

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