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We've seen a number of hot smartphones hit the market recently, including the HTC Thunderbolt, Droid Charge, and others. Although each phone has its own appeal, there are also a lot of similarities among today's hottest smartphones—most have a 1GHz processor, at least 16GB of storage in one form or another, at least a 4-inch display,... Read more...
We've seen a number of hot smartphones hit the market recently, including the HTC Thunderbolt, Droid Charge, and others. Although each phone has its own appeal, there are also a lot of similarities among today's hottest smartphones—most have a 1GHz processor, at least 16GB of storage in one form or another, at least a 4-inch... Read more...
Kyocera and Sprint are teaming up to offer an Android experience unlike what you’ll get on any other smartphone. The new Kyocera Echo, the nation’s first dual-touchscreen smartphone, is now available for $199.99 after a two-year contract. The Echo features two high-resolution 3.5-inch WVGA touchscreen displays that can be used... Read more...
There's an all new Android phone on the scene this week, and it's not being made by the usual suspects. Not HTC, not Motorola, not LG and not Samsung. Nope, none of those. The industry's first dual-touchscreen Android smartphone is actually being produced by Kyocera. It's easily the company's most notable phone in recent memory, and it may... Read more...
Echostar Communications, parent company of Dish Network, the satellite TV service, said yesterday they have come to an agreement to buy Sling Media, the privately-held company best known for its Slingbox device. EchoStar, parent of the Dish Network Satellite Television service, said the deal values Sling Media at approximately... Read more...
Good afternoon HotHardware fans! We're closing out the week with yet another review, this time of Skyhawk's echo-Q IMC6375 small form factor PC. This tiny, silver system is powered by Intel's i865 chipset, for socket 478 Pentium 4 processors. Click here to check it out...... Read more...
Normally, when a new Small Form Factor PC arrives in the lab, the unit is generally  a single manufacturers combination of form and function. Inside and out, everything is designed by only one OEM in a singular effort.  From Shuttle to Epox and more recently Foxconn, the outer chassis is meant to support the technology within. Not... Read more...
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