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Catching up on the Paul Jacobs Qualcomm CES keynote

I’ve just been catching up on the big keynote from CES last night and I think it’s fair to say, Qualcomm pulled out all the stops. You can catch the full keynote right here. It’s definitely worth a look, particularly to keep updated on what they’re doing with their SnapDragon 800 and 600 chips. Some […]

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Are you born mobile? Check out Qualcomm’s CES Keynote

Dr Paul Jacobs, top man at Qualcomm, is headlining CES this year. This represents a change from the usual — this used to the territory of the PC manufacturers. No more. I find it fascinating to see just how much effort Qualcomm go to produce and deliver their keynotes, whether it’s at events such as […]

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New Moto mobile holds water

Two new phones will be unveiled by Motorola at this year’s CES, one of which is the very first handset to be made from water bottles. Known as the MOTO W233 Renew, it’s an environmentally conscious phone in more ways than just one. As it’s all been designed and laid out in such a way […]

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RumourMill: New Palm phone

News of a new Palm mobile has been doing the rounds, with CrunchGear apparently having the exclusive lowdown on what’s what. The site has it from a trusted source the latest Palm Smartphone will be of a slider phone design, with a full QWERTY keyboard in a portrait formatted touchscreen. To our knowledge the case […]

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16GB microSDHC SanDisk card wins award at CES 2009

Even before January’s Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show kicks off, SanDisk has won an engineering and design award for their memory cards. This award goes to their 16 gigabyte microSDHC, and Memory Stick Micro M2 range for Sony Ericsson phones. The achievement was bestowed upon them by a panel of independent industrial designers, and engineers […]

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