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QWERTY Shakedown, E62 versus Dash – Fight! Fight! Fight!

QWERTY Shakedown, E62 versus Dash – Fight! Fight! Fight!

I love a good cellphone Battle Royale - two cocky, amped up handsets enter the ring and then, with a fair spritzing of delicate electronics being scattered left right and centre, only one emerges, sweaty and triumphant.  Or perhaps it's Pro American Wrestling I like, and am having to make do with infoSync pitting the T-Mobile Dash against Cingular's Nokia E62 (you can see our own review here). 

In an eight round match, the QWERTY-pair are tested on their design, messaging abilities and multimedia skills amongst others - you'll just have to read the article to see which comes out on top.

Smartphone duel: Nokia E62 vs. T-Mobile Dash [infoSync World]

Vaja E61 case reviewed

Vaja E61 case reviewed

So you've impressed your friends, family and even yourself with your new Nokia E61.  They marvel at its thumb keyboard, gasp at its bright, clear screen, coo with appreciative glee at the slick menus and operation.

And then you drop it on the floor and it gets a ruddy great scratch across it.  All of a sudden, nobody invites you to parties anymore.  Elderly women spit at you in the street.

Andrew Liszewski is a lucky E61 owner and also pretty damn careful about not letting his cellular pride and joy come to any harm.  Having stored it in an old iPaq case at first, he has eventually given it the respect it deserves and invested in a Vaja leather case.

Is it any good?  Is $60 a ridiculous amount of money to spend on a case?  Do sheep have hidden compartments where they store knitting needles?  Two of these questions are answered in Andrew's lovely review.

Vaja Nokia E61 Leather Case [OhGizmo!]

Unboxing the Nokia E70 Smartphone

Unboxing the Nokia E70 Smartphone

While it’s still very early to provide an accurate feedback on the Nokia E70 smartphone, I do want to say a few things. The split keyboard is somewhat of an acquired taste. Similar to sushi, once you’re hooked on it; you’re pretty much hooked. However, I prefer the full time availability of the keyboard on the E61 (click to watch the unboxing of the Nokia E61). The other BIG difference that creates the urge to run back to the E61 is the screen size. The screen size on the E70 is much smaller, compared to the E61 . Nonetheless, the screen is still very beautiful and the text is super clear. I’m annoyed by the very limited shared memory allocated to the web browser. For a super smartphone with WiFi, there’s just not enough memory for browsing. I’m definitely going to contact Nokia to get an explanation on this. Click over to watch the unboxing video.

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SlashGear’s 2011 Back to School Gear Guide!

SlashGear’s 2011 Back to School Gear Guide!

It's that time again, boys and girls, time to start thinking about what you're gonna grab to jam in your schoolbags aside pencils, pens, and folders. What we've got for you below is a guide to the seven top pieces of gear we think would best suit YOU in your journey through the 2011-2012 school year. The guide you're about to glance upon will not only allow you to smash through your school year with the greatest of ease, it'll allow you to continue on to your professional life (if that's your next move) or hit next year's school year just as hard! It's gear time!

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SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – July 10, 2011

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – July 10, 2011

Battle of the social networks kicked off this week with Facebook announcing group chat support, a new design, and a video calling feature developed in partnership with Skype. However, the Google+ Hangouts group video chat feature still has Facebook beat although we won't know how real adoption of Google's social platform will be until it opens to the public sometime around July 31st. Continue after the cut for the full weekly roundup video and list.

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The Daily Slash: January 7, 2011

The Daily Slash: January 7, 2011

What a week! While a few of us on the R3 crew were rolling around in different parts of the world that weren't Vegas, the bulk were rolling hard at CES 2011! The Consumer Electronics Show had blasts of this, slips of that, and a wacky array of stories and happenings that shall forever go down in the history books as a CES to be clicked with! How ever in the world will we organize all of this information? How about one big monster of a list of links, for starters? Who could we call for such a tast, hm? So much exclusive content, so much time time - I know! The Daily Slash! Get one of the biggest heaping helpings you've ever seen, below!

This isn't the first and it isn't going to be the last roundup post of CES news and info for this season. It's one big thwack. Comb with me, if you will, through the content and devour the ingredients. Joy! PREVIEW: my favorite is the Notion Ink Adam hands-on at CES 2011 - wowie!

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Notion Ink Adam production prototypes spotted [Video]

Notion Ink Adam production prototypes spotted [Video]

We're still waiting to see a video demo of the new Eden multitasking system which Notion Ink has developed for their Adam tablet, but until then we'll make do with some shots of tooling prototypes straight off the Chinese production line.  The new hardware is functional - as you can see in the video after the cut - and there's even a comparison shot between Adam and a Nokia E63 to put its thickness into perspective.

Video demo after the cut

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Spotify Mobile for S60 released

Spotify Mobile for S60 released

Streaming music-on-demand service Spotify threw the radio cat among the Nokia pigeons back in September, when it announced a S60 mobile client was on the way.  It's taken a few months, but now that client has been released, bringing Spotify to more than thirty devices running the S60 OS; that's not just Nokia handsets, either, since Spotify have made the necessary tweaks to get the app running on some S60 devices from other companies, such as the Samsung Omnia HD and the Sony Ericsson Satio.

Full list of supported devices after the cut

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SlashGear’s October Review

SlashGear’s October Review

As October draws to a close and we edge towards the eight week countdown to Christmas, it's time for another SlashGear Month in Review.  And let's face it, if you haven't got a few additions to your letter to Santa from the past 30 days or so, what the golden trouser inflation have you been doing?

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SlashGear’s September Review

SlashGear’s September Review

Blimey, it's been quite a month.  SlashGear has been packed to the metaphorical gills with lovely juicy tech, and they don't come much juicier than the fresh fruit of Apple.  The Cupertino cuties have been making headlines with their new iPod range - the updated fifth generation and the rather mini-like Nano with its svelte metal casing.  It's not all been good news, however, as the latest update to OS X causes some users problems and the company is forced to admit that some MacBooks are suffering random shutdown issues.

Also taking a beating is Sony, who just can't seem to ride the PS3 wave smoothly these days.  First shipping numbers are way way down on what was expected - thanks to manufacturing delays - and then, if you managed to find a console, your wallet will get gouged when you buy a game for it.  We're talking $76 to $84, which is heavy stuff on top of a machine costing $425 upwards.  Sony attempted to stem the bad press by taking $59.99 game pre-orders, but is it enough?

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