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Ulysse Nardin releases Chairman to compete with Vertu

Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin has released their Chairman cellphone, a luxe cellular that's aimed at competing in the high-end cellphone market that's controlled by Vertu. What makes the Chairman special is the moving rotor that supplies supplemental power, which is the same…

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Leave your Sprint contract without paying an ETF

Is it us or does this happen pretty frequently?  Break out of your current Sprint contract without paying an early-termination fee.  How, you ask?  Thanks to a materially adverse change of contract.  Consumerist reports that a 99-cent administrative fee increase per line…

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HTC Max 4G: World’s First GSM/WiMAX cellphone

Last night, Russia blessed us with Ivan Demidov, this year's WSOP runner-up.  Today, we might have to head to Russia to pay him a visit.  HTC just announced the Max 4G, the world's first integrated GSM/WiMAX cellphone.  Imagine browsing the web at…

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T-Mobile removes original 1GB data cap

Originally when T-Mobile unveiled the G1, the small print talked of a 1GB cap of data usage. The info was put on front page and now T-Mobile's retracted the data cap and has chosen a more user-friendly approach. Check the letter below: "Our…

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Womp Womp: Samsung’s Armani 2 Night Effect cellphone

When we think Armani, we think style engineered at its highest peaks.  Armani clothing entire product line from jeans to colognes have been timeless and have embodied what Armani stood for.  Unfortunately, their second attempt at breaking into the cell phone market…

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