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Modu 2 with 3.5G and touchscreen hitting US & Europe in 2010

Modu 2 with 3.5G and touchscreen hitting US & Europe in 2010

Modu's modular-jacket cellphone may already be on sale in Israel, but don't expect to see it land in the US or the UK any time soon; according to the company, "the device just isn't good enough for demanding Brits and Americans who like to surf the internet and stay connected."  CEO Dov Moran followed up that slice of honesty (or was it a snub against the other locations the first-gen Modu will see a release in?) with the news that the Modu 2 will arrive in 2010 offering both a touchscreen and a full QWERTY jacket.

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HTC Leo new images, specs emerge

HTC Leo new images, specs emerge

The HTC Leo has made another appearance, this time courtesy of ai.rs, and the spec sheet for this Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphone continues to grow in detail.  The 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen handset runs at WVGA resolution and packs Qualcomm's MSM8250 Snapdragon 1GHz chipset, together with a 5-megapixel autofocus camera and dual-LED flash.

Samsung Omnia II GT-i8000 clears FCC with AT&T bands, plus video demo

Samsung Omnia II GT-i8000 clears FCC with AT&T bands, plus video demo

It's not the first video we've seen of Samsung's Omnia II GT-i8000 and it's very unlikely to be the last, but news that the dualband 850/1900MHz 3G HSDPA/HSUPA version of the AMOLED touchscreen smartphone has cleared the FCC is definitely worth celebrating with some moving pictures.  Beyond the AT&T and Rogers Canada friendly wireless bands there's little here that we didn't know already, but don't let that disappoint you: the Omnia II is still a very tempting smartphone.

Video hands-on after the cut

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Acer Travelmate Timeline business notebooks break cover

Acer Travelmate Timeline business notebooks break cover

Details of Acer's new mainstream business notebooks have emerged, the Acer Travelmate Timeline series.  As the name suggests, the range is based on the existing 13.3-inch, 14-inch and 15.6-inch Aspire 3810T, 4810T and 5810T Timeline models, complete with their CULV low-voltage processors.  However the new Travelmates have magnesium alloy chassis for improved durability, together with dedicated anti-shock software and biometric security.

 

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Garmin-ASUS nuvifone G60 lands in Taiwan on 27th; M20 in August

Garmin-ASUS nuvifone G60 lands in Taiwan on 27th; M20 in August

Garmin-ASUS have announced that the long-awaited nuvifone G60 touchscreen GPS cellphone will go on sale in Taiwan on July 27th, followed by a Singaporean and Malaysian launch in August alongside the Windows Mobile-based nuvifone M20.  The G60 should then arrive in Europe and the US in the second half of this year, as previously reported, while the M20 will bypass the US altogether but hit Europe, again, in 2H09.

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HTC Hero review

HTC Hero review

There's no underestimating the appeal of the HTC Hero; since we shot our unboxing video and preliminary hands-on at the end of last week it's been watched more than 300,000 times.  The third Android device to reach the market, the Hero promises not only an updated camera and design, but HTC's latest work in user-interface, HTC Sense.  Can the Hero live up to the hype?  Check out our full review to find out.

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Orange Toshiba TG01 Review

Orange Toshiba TG01 Review

With product announcements and launches often so far apart, there's always the risk that another company will steal your thunder.  Toshiba, though, have managed to pilot their TG01 Windows Mobile smartphone to market still wearing the "biggest screen" and "first Snapdragon" crowns.  Problem is, in doing so they've arrived well in advance of Microsoft's new mobile platform.  Can the Toshiba TG01 still deliver enough to seize not only the Windows Mobile 6.1 top-spot, but push the iPhone off its pedestal?  SlashGear has been finding out.

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HTC Touch Pro2 Review

HTC Touch Pro2 Review

For all the analysis of iPhones, Android devices and webOS' suitability for the enterprise market, there's one company already a mainstay and with the smartphone legacy to prove it. HTC have carved a niche for themselves with sturdy, dependable handsets, often running Windows Mobile, and their Touch Pro2 is the latest of the bunch. It's a serious smartphone with a considerable spec-list and considerable bulk to boot; in a world of waifish business/consumer crossovers, is the Pro2 a chunky anachronism? SlashGear set to finding out.

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