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posted in April 2009

A Plethora Of Pre News

4/29/2009
I'm still waiting for some official word on when Palm's Pre is coming out, but a few items leaked this week that may point to a price. There's also speculation that Palm may cap the stock of the handset when it's released to create a buss. That's right, we may face Wii-like scarcities.

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Sprint Insider Spills Dirt On The Pre

4/27/2009
Despite the anticipation from smartphone fans, Palm and Sprint have kept mum about a lot of Pre details. We still don't know the price, release date, app store infrastructure, and a host of other things for a device that's supposed to launch within a few months. Fortunately, a rouge Sprint employee has a Post a Comment

Mobile Roundup

4/24/2009
This week has been packed with financial results from all the major tech companies, and AT&T, Samsung and Apple look like the big winners on the mobile phone side so far. But with all the earnings reports, a few interesting tidbits may have slipped by you, and I'll walk through them after the jump.

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Wikipedia Goes Mobile

4/23/2009
The Wikimedia Foundation signs a deal with Orange to distribute content from Wikipedia on European mobile phones, Internet portals, and potentially even televisions.

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AT&T Beefs Up 3G Network

4/20/2009
The carrier is looking to boost its downlink speed to 7.2 Mbps to accommodate a fleet of data-heavy devices, possibly including an updated iPhone.

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Is iPhone Enterprise Ready?

4/13/2009
A new Forrester report finds the iPhone can lead to a more productive mobile workforce, but a few issues need to be worked out before it's ready for enterprise deployments.

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Amazon App Hits BlackBerry

4/10/2009
The app lets BlackBerry users browse and buy products on the go, and it lets users take pictures of real-life objects to add to their Amazon wish lists.

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