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The Daily Slash: October 14th 2010

The Daily Slash: October 14th 2010

Plenty of speculation being tossed around today, whether it's regarding the BlackBerry Storm 3 or even more rumors about when the iPhone will launch on Verizon. Even the Palm Pre 2 might be landing on Verizon soon enough. Outside of the speculation, in our story from around the Web, we've got Lithium-ion Solar Street Lights getting launched in Japan in January next year. And then, we'll wrap up the rest of the night with stories from around the R3 Media Network. Welcome to the Thursday edition of The Daily Slash.

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Sanyo Zio for Sprint Announced

Sanyo Zio for Sprint Announced

While Sprint's on stage, they're taking their time and making sure that all of their announcements sink in accordingly. While the Sprint ID Packs may be the focus for now, there's also the fact that Sprint is officially announcing three brand new devices joining the Sprint network. The first up is the Sanyo Zio, which spent some time on another regional carrier here in the States, but now it's on the Sprint network, with some major improvements.

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Sprint Announces Sprint ID, Brings Themes and App Packs to Android Devices

Sprint Announces Sprint ID, Brings Themes and App Packs to Android Devices

Sprint's managed to grab some time over at the CTIA event happening today, and they've gone ahead and unveiled three brand new Android-based handsets. While the details are still going through the "unveiling" part, the main gist is that Sprint seems to be pushing Android, almost as much as Verizon, and they're even announcing a whole new way for users to enjoy their phones: Sprint ID. It's not only a way for customers to find applications in packs that are tailored to their tastes, but also a way to experience new themes.

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Suzuki e-Let’s Electric Scooter Developed in Conjunction with Sanyo

Suzuki e-Let’s Electric Scooter Developed in Conjunction with Sanyo

Today, Sanyo announced and unveiled their brand new creation: the Electric Drive System, which the company worked exclusively with Suzuki to develop. The EDS is utilized within the brand new e-Let's, an electric scooter that combines a high level and high-performance control circuit, with a high-performance in-wheel motor, which were primarily created by Sanyo. The scooter was created to save space, and not waste any parts, and weighs in at only 74kg, including the battery.

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