Dell may end all smartphone sales in the US

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A report from PC World suggests Dell may kill its smartphone line. According to PC World, Dell’slast remaining phones, the Windows Phone-powered Venue and the Venue Pro, will no longer be sold in the US. A few remaining models will continue to be sold in India, China, Japan and South Korea. An unamed Dell spokesman…

Dell Streak Pro hits FCC

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Just when you thought that the Streak brand of devices was dead, think again. This is somewhat surprising because the company just killed the Streak 7. It turns out that an Android handset dubbed the Dell Streak Pro 101DL, just showed up in the FCC database with a V04B moniker and 1,700 MHz WCDMA radio.…

Do you like the Dell Venue Pro form factor?

Dell Venue Pro

If you recall I used to argue that the perfect device would be something like the Samsung Galaxy S II with side-sliding QWERTY keyboard. I’ve been thinking about that recently and figured out I was wrong. The perfect device should have a vertical sliding keyboard, making for a smartphone that looks pretty much like the…

HP, Acer, Asus and Dell dropping out of tablet game?

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It looks like the tablet bubble has finally arrived. Starting in 2012, companies such as HP, Acer, Asus and Dell are planning to gradually drop out of the tablet game altogether, according to information obtained by DigiTimes. Manufacturers believe they don’t have any advantages to compete in the tablet market and are looking to exit stage left.…

Greenpeace puts BlackBerry dead last in eco-friendliness

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RIM made its debut in the Greenpaece Guide to Greener Electronics this month, and it’s not a good start. The maker of BlackBerry is dead last among other electronics manufacturers, including LG, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Nokia, and Apple. RIM gets a beating in the ratings for not providing external verification of its greenhouse gas emission…

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