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Yahoo and Spain's Telefonica partner on mobile search, ads

Millions of people in 15 European and Latin American countries will be searching the Web and getting news and ads on their mobile phones from Yahoo under a deal the search provider inked with Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica.

Under the partnership, Yahoo’s OneSearch mobile software will be the exclusive …

 
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Photos: Nokia N95, North American Edition

Nokia N95 (North American Edition)

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Of all the Nokia N series of smart phones, the Nokia N95 is arguably one of the most popular and sought-after models. And why not? It has a 5-megapixel camera, built-in …

 
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CDMA RIM BlackBerry Pearls announced

RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130 in amethyst

RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130 in amethyst

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Everyone say it with me now, “It’s about friggin’ time.” Today, Research in Motion officially introduced the RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130 to the world, the CDMA version of the original, GSM RIM BlackBerry Pearl, which debuted over a year ago. Though …

 
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MySpace Mobile Web beta now free, but with a catch

MySpace Mobile Web beta(Credit: CNET Networks)
MySpace Mobile Web on Helio

MySpace Mobile Web gets better graphic treatment as part of a subscription download.

MySpace users can now e-mail, add friends, and edit profile information for free from their mobile phone.

MySpace Mobile Web beta became available this week, featuring a WAP browsing experience that’s lighter, sparser, and more cost-effective than the downloadable version users purchase from their phone carriers for about $3 per month.

The free WAP version has a much more austere interface, which helps support compatibility across carriers and manufactures. I was able to check and write e-mail, search for contacts, edit my profile, and update my blog quickly and without incident on a Verizon LG flip phone….

 
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Fuel cell boost for mobiles

It’s finally here. Fuel cell technology in mobile devices, which has been talked about for the longest time, is finally coming to mobile devices.

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The first-generation 24/7 Power Pack charger from Medis Technologies promises to extend the talktime on handsets by up to 30 hours, …

 
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Palm Centro for Sprint gets official

Palm Centro

Palm Centro in red

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Well, it wasn’t a complete secret but today, Palm and Sprint officially took the wraps off the Palm Centro at the Digital Life event in New York. It’s the first non-Treo, as well as the smallest and lightest, smart phone from …

 
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FlipStart UMPC gets a parasitic camera

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Remember that nauseating scene in Total Recall when the secretive rebel leader reveals himself as a mutant growing out of his brother’s stomach? That was the first thing we thought of upon seeing this hybrid camera stuck onto the lid of Vulcan’s FlipStart ultramobile PC.

The …

 
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Report: Apple developing OS X minitablet

Apparently the Newton doesn’t fall very far from the Apple tree.

AppleInsider is reporting that Apple has a project underway to develop a minitablet computer based on the OS X operating system it has developed for the iPhone and the iPod Touch. The site is calling it “the return …

 
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T-Mobile debuts Sidekick Slide and Sidekick LX

OK, kids–hope you’ve been nice this year, because here’s something you might want to add to your holiday wish lists. Today, T-Mobile announced not one, but two new Sidekicks to be added to its lineup: the T-Mobile Sidekick LX and the T-Mobile Sidekick Slide.

T-Mobile Sidekick LX

T-Mobile Sidekick LX

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Gizmo all-in-one IM and calling service now serving BlackBerry

Gizmo for Mobile Beta

Blackberry users are getting a little more love these days. It hasn’t been long since Opera Mini 4 Beta became compatible with the BlackBerry platform. Now The Gizmo Project, a free, all-in-one IM and VoIP client mash-up originally built for the desktop, has opened its doors to BlackBerrys too.

Here’s what’s in it for Gizmo Project Mobile Beta users–IMing other Gizmo, Yahoo Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, and Google Talk users from your phone, plus free calls to fellow Gizmos….

 
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Gmail and Google Calendar get mobile face-lifts

If you’re a user of the mobile versions of Google’s Gmail, and Calendar, you’ll know that they’re incredibly useful if you’re on a carrier with less than 3G data speeds. Not as useful as the full desktop browser versions, but great if you’re out …

 
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Photos: RIM BlackBerry Curve (T-Mobile)

RIM BlackBerry 8320

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Back in early May, we fell in love with AT&T’s RIM BlackBerry Curve for its best-of-breed design and well-rounded feature set. Now, Research in Motion and T-Mobile have released another version and …

 
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