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Kyocera Solar Cycle Station Charges Your E-Bike

Kyocera Solar Cycle Station Charges Your E-Bike

While electric cars may get the most attention, there's other eco-friendly options out there, too. And, frankly, electric bikes are far more friendly to the environment than most electric vehicles. Unfortunately though, the charging stations that juice up the bikes tend to not be. But Kyocera is looking to change all that, thanks to their brand new Solar Cycle Stations, which the company officially announced late yesterday.

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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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Kyocera to show off world’s smallest LTE micro base station at MWC 2010

Kyocera to show off world’s smallest LTE micro base station at MWC 2010

The next big thing in faster mobile data speeds for many carriers here in America will be LTE. Several of the largest carriers in the country are expecting to roll out limited LTE networks at the end of this year with more coverage areas coming in 2011. Kyocera is showing off what it claims to be the world's smallest, lightest, and most efficient LTE Base station at MWC 2010.

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Kyocera G2GO M2000 and Laylo M1400 hit CTIA

Kyocera G2GO M2000 and Laylo M1400 hit CTIA

Kyocera have unveiled two new CDMA handsets at CTIA, the G2GO M2000 messaging phone and the Laylo M1400 (shown after the cut).  Each is a slider, though the G2GO (pronounced "Good to Go", apparently) opens horizontally to reveal a full-QWERTY keyboard, while the Laylo has a more traditional numeric keypad slide.

 

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Sprint to get Kyocera Sanyo texting phone

Sprint to get Kyocera Sanyo texting phone

Even though AT&T just received a bunch of new phones that focus on texting as a primary feature, Sprint is not a company to be outdone and have just announced the Kyocera Sanyo SCP-2700.

This latest texting phone is mostly keyboard and somewhat cheap looking. But that's okay. This texting device hones in on one or two primary features, meaning extravagance isn't required. Other features include the Sprint Seven email program, Microsoft Exchange support, a 1.3-megapixel camera, speakerphone, Bluetooth, GPS and more.

The screen measures in at 2.2-inches with a 320 x 240 resolution. One cute feature is a dedicated button for inserting emoticons. But just because there are texting features aplenty on this phone, it's by no means smart. You can get the SCP-2700 on May 10 for $29.99.

[via Gearlog]...

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