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CES: Other Interesting Stuff I’ve Seen

Overall, I think this installment of CES has been quiet — both in terms of mobile and overall. There are a lot of companies going the route of not having space on the exhibition floor, and just meeting with people elsewhere or showing their stuff at some of the smaller satellite events. Even with that, […]

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CES: Low-Rent Mobile Coupon

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CES: The Palm Pre, 24 Hours Later

I’ve been digesting my thoughts from yesterday about the Palm Pre, and spent some more time with the device today (disclosure: while checking out the device in Palm’s demo area, they provided me with a small sandwich). I think that I was a bit too cynical, and the experience of several years of not seeing […]

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CES: Hot Palm Announcement/Trainwreck Liveblog Action

Recap: Palm’s annouced the Pre, the first device to use its new “webOS”. From my view, its form factor is a blend of the HTC Touch and the iPhone. The software looks an awful, awful lot like that of the iPhone — multitouch, gestures and so on. Many of the apps also have a very […]

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CES: Where are all the Android phones?

I went to my first CES event last night, I saw a couple of cool things, but I was more surprised by what I didn’t see: any new Android handsets. It’s been about three months since the launch of the T-Mobile G1, but I’m yet to see any more actual products running Android. Qualcomm, as […]

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