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Monday, February 14, 2005

More Mobile News

The Nokia 6680 isn't the half of it. Engadget has several pages of news from the 3GSM World Congress, including news of a Walkman line of music-playing mobile handsets from Sony Ericsson; Nokia's licensing deal with Microsoft (primarily ActiveSync) - a move that was inevitable, and long overdue; a three megapixel cameraphone from Motorola - I guess this means we can stop envying the Japanese and Koreans; Linux-based phones for the Western market; and a whole lot more .

2005 is definitely turning out to be, as hoped, the year of the mobile in North America.



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