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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 41 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 41 2009

After spending most of Friday curled in a ball twitching and drooling after losing power and Internet access for almost 12 hours, I am glad to be back online and in the 21st century again. Just in time to hunker down and dose myself with a nice helping of week in review for your perusal. Chris reviewed the GSM Palm Pre and found the camera wasn't as good as some of its peers but found plenty to like in the end. The webOS operating system stands apart from rival OS'. Buffalo announced the HD-HU3 USB 3.0 drive and controller that will be shipping in Japan this month. The drive isn’t even that expensive; I hope it comes to America too.

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Samsung Moment hands-on

Samsung Moment hands-on

Samsung only made the Android-based Moment official a few hours ago, but we've already been playing with it today.  Sprint's first Android device certainly makes a good first impression, with an eye-catching, color-popping AMOLED touchscreen that's certainly on a par with its rivals for capacitive touch-sensitivity, though we wish Samsung could've put the Moment on a diet before it launched as it's not the smallest of handsets.

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T-Mobile holiday handset line announced

T-Mobile holiday handset line announced

The holidays will be here before we know it and T-Mobile has unveiled some of the handsets that will make up its holiday line. Perhaps the most interesting device in the lineup for the holiday season for Android fans will be the myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition. The handset is set to debut later this year and will have a guitar-inspired wood grain finish.

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Sprint HTC Hero Review

Sprint HTC Hero Review

We weren't short of praise for the HTC Hero when we reviewed the European GSM model back in July, and since then there's been no small amount of anticipation for the US version of the device. That arrives on Sprint come October 11th, and we've been playing with it to see whether its lost its charm in the journey across the Atlantic.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 38 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 38 2009

Here we are again with another week in review, let's jump right in. A new 160GB Apple TV has popped up with better integration with iTunes 9. This is a good thing, I have one season of Heroes in HD on my 40GB unit and the thing is almost full. Samsung unveiled a new home theater projector this week called the P410M. With football season now going, a projector is a great way to watch the game with life-size players, assuming your room is large enough.

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T-Mobile HSPA+ HTC Vanguard due September? Carrier 2010 roadmap leaks

T-Mobile HSPA+ HTC Vanguard due September? Carrier 2010 roadmap leaks

T-Mobile USA are ramping up for an interesting second half of 2010, with official confirmation that an HSPA+ capable HTC-made Android smartphone will debut in September.  Interestingly, a leaked T-Mobile roadmap spotted yesterday tips the HTC Vanguard as due that month, though neither carrier nor manufacturer are spilling any details on the smartphone's specs or name.  What we do know is that it's likely to see roughly 10 Mbit/s download speeds, and will be followed by another HSPA+ capable handset in Q4 2010.

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The Daily Slash: June 30th 2010

The Daily Slash: June 30th 2010

It's officially the last day of the month. In fact, while many of you are reading this, you might actually be putting your toes into the first day of July. If that's the case, then try and save some of the excitement for the rest of us, all right? Welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash. First up, in The Best of R3 Media, it looks like Motorola's late on the schedule of updates, Microsoft's got bad news for Kin adopters, and LG announced a new phone. And then in the Dredge 'Net, Amazon's getting ready for you to preview Kindle books in another way, and if you're running Windows 7 Starter Edition, it's time to upgrade.

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Leaving Las Vegas: A CTIA Tech Travelogue

Leaving Las Vegas: A CTIA Tech Travelogue

I was at CTIA last week pitching various column ideas to SlashGear Editor Vincent Nguyen, and he shot them down, one by one. An analysis of the Kindle vs. iPad? No, SlashGear has covered that more than once, and we’ll all be writing hands-on reports next week. How the digital home environment has changed? New columnist Ben Bajarin just used that theme as his debut for SlashGear. How I lived on loaner laptops, cellphones and 3G modems last week when our town was out of power? Too close to Michael Gartenberg’s recent column on traveling with just a cellphone. Apparently, the big stuff is covered. So instead, I’m going to try to provide a look into how one analyst covers a trade show: a tech travelogue, of sorts.

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