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Clarity C4230 phone

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Monday 14th, January 2008

Thanks to the unique handset design of its newest amplified telephone, the sound of phone conversations are a little sweeter for customers of Clarity, the nation's leading supplier of amplified telephones. The Clarity C4230 phone features a unique ergonomic design with a scooper-shaped sound chamber ear piece - resembling an ice cream scooper - which serves to make telephone conversations louder, clearer and more comfortable for the millions of people who experience hearing or mobility challenges. Demand for the new C4230 has been building since the announcement of the product's development--already becoming a top-selling item for Clarity, through aggressive pre-ordering by Clarity Authorized Distributors.

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Sanyo Katana DLX cell phone

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Tuesday 8th, January 2008

Recognizing that customers want instant wireless connectivity without sacrificing fashion, Sprint and Sanyo announce the availability of the Sprint Power Vision Phone Katana DLX by Sanyo. Operating on the Sprint Mobile Broadband network, Katana DLX by Sanyo provides easy access to Sprint's exclusive multimedia content, including the Sprint Music Store. The Sprint Music Store provides customers with quick over-the-air song downloads for just 99 cents each with a Power Vision data pack.

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Sanyo 7050 cell phone

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Monday 7th, January 2008

Sanyo's ultra-rugged 7050 is the first Sanyo phone that adheres to Military Standard 810F for dust, shock and vibration. Ideal for business users with mobile field operations such as those in construction, maintenance and other tough environments, the 7050 by Sanyo is also perfect for outdoor enthusiasts who will appreciate the phone for the textured anti-slip rubber grip that wraps around the back and sides of the phone, offering a sure hold and added surface protection. The 7050 also supports advanced GPS-based Java applications and Bluetooth wireless technology for enhanced workforce productivity.

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Sony Ericsson Z555 cell phone

Posted by: Mark Peters Monday 7th, January 2008

Sony Ericsson revealed the Z555, an elegant clamshell phone which combines a rich feature set with striking good looks. Itís a perfect match of the latest feature set with an innovative diamond design, intended to make one big style statement. Together with the Sony Ericsson Z555, Sony Ericsson announced a series of stylish new accessories including a Design Collection of four leather bags all offering unique and creative carrying solutions, as well as three new sleek Bluetooth Headsets, HBH-PV708, HBH-PV770 and HBH-PV712.

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Sony Ericsson W760 cell phone

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Monday 7th, January 2008

Sony Ericsson announced the W760, the first truly global Walkman phone with tri-band HSDPA, enabling broadband speed downloads of the latest music and content wherever in the world it is used. Offering music on your mobile and much more, the phone delivers built-in GPS to help you find that secret gig, distinctive Stereo Speakers for sharing your music and the latest hit games, including Need for Speed ProStreet.

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Sony Ericsson W350 cell phone

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Monday 7th, January 2008

Sony Ericsson announced the launch of the W350, a Walkman phone that offers the perfect blend of style and function. Featuring for the first time from Sony Ericsson a flip phone that allows you to control your music at your fingertips, it offers a winning combination of ease of use, style and convenience. This latest addition to the Walkman phone family can be used with the new Bluetooth Headset HBH-DS205, also announced today, for the ultimate hands-free music experience.

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LG products at CES 2008

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Sunday 6th, January 2008

LG Electronics MobileComm USA, Inc., a worldwide provider of advanced wireless handsets and accessories, is showcasing the latest in mobile handset innovations at the CES 2008 (Booth #8214, Central Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center). The newest products for 2008 on display include phones and accessories that feature the latest in touch-screen technology, advanced music and TV capabilities, and Bluetooth technology. LG Mobile Phones continues to bring style and function to the wireless phone industry, and to meet the demands of today's mobile consumer.

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LG Voyager

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Sunday 6th, January 2008

LG Electronics is showcasing the latest in mobile handset innovations at the 2008 International CES (Booth #8214, Central Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center). The newest products for 2008 on display include phones and accessories that feature the latest in touch-screen technology, advanced music and TV capabilities, and Bluetooth technology. LG Mobile Phones continues to bring style and function to the wireless phone industry, and to meet the demands of today's mobile consumer. LG Mobile Phones has been honored with multiple 2008 CES "Innovations" Awards for its handsets, including the Voyager by LG, Venus by LG, and Muziq by LG. These award-winning handsets will be on display at the LG booth.

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If there is one segment of the electronics industry that is growing very fast, it is the cell phone market. Where companies like Google get their interaction mostly from desktop and notebook users, the prediction is that within three years Google will become a mobile company. Powerful applications will drive smartphones to amazing levels of experiences. To reach this stage Cloud computing is needed. Super cloud computing will result in impressive user experiences. Todayís cell phones are capable of capturing Full HD video clips, and even 3D photo and later on video is ready to be integrated into this small electronic device. The mobile industry is adapting to the technology that is available. The consumer is waiting for the next generation of mobile devices. The Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas will showcase at least some of the first batch of new cell phones for this season.