Samsung's MultiView MV900F begins shipping with 180-degree AMOLED display for $350

Blog sponsored by Engadget.com 19.9.2012 Comments Off on Samsung's MultiView MV900F begins shipping with 180-degree AMOLED display for $350

Shipping targets aren’t set in stone, so we weren’t terribly surprised to see Samsung miss its late-August goal for the new MultiView MV900F. Today, the Korean CE giant announced that its MV900F is now available for purchase at US retailers, still priced at $350. Those three and a half bills will net you a 16.3-megapixel…

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Samsung Galaxy Note II to land 'by mid-November' on all major US carriers

Blog sponsored by Engadget.com 19.9.2012 Comments Off on Samsung Galaxy Note II to land 'by mid-November' on all major US carriers

We’d say the wait is nearly over, but that wouldn’t be telling the whole truth. Inching ever closer to a hard launch date, Samsung’s Galaxy Note II is now poised to hit stateside on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular “by mid-November.” If you’re seeking anything more specific than that, you’ll have to hold…

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LG Optimus G and its quad-core 1.5GHz S4 Pro coming to US shores in Q4 (update: video)

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When it comes to LG’s latest flagship, it appears there can be no shortage of official announcements. So, while the news from overseas may not be quite so fresh, there’s certainly nothing stale about the Optimus G. Today the company held a second celebration in honor of its powerhouse — the first to pack Qualcomm’s…

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John Legere confirmed as new Chief Executive Officer of T-Mobile USA

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Back in the heat of summer, T-Mobile USA‘s then CEO Philipp Humm resigned to take up the mantle at Vodafone. In the interim, former COO Jim Alling stepped up to keep the chair warm while a permanent replacement was found. Today we learn that John Legere, former CEO of Global Crossing, will relieve Alling of…

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Targus Ultralife accessories for Ultrabooks turn their noses up at lesser, non-ultrafied PC peripherals

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If sales figures from earlier in the year are any indication, it would seem that Ultrabooks are gaining traction, so you can’t really blame accessory makers for wanting to piggyback on their success. Targus just introduced a bunch of slim, lightweight peripherals, and while you don’t have to use them with your skinny little ultraportable,…

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Sky bags exclusive rights Warner Bros. movie catalog, makes LoveFilm and others wait

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Sky has bested its broadcast and video-on-demand rivals by signing a deal with Warner Bros. for exclusive rights to its films in the UK and Ireland. Once the six-month cinema window has elapsed, each new flick (including Man of Steel and The Dark Knight Rises) will remain Murdoch-only for a full year before arriving on…

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Apple's EarPods get the iFixit teardown treatment, found to basically be earbuds

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As we briefly mentioned in our EarPods review, iFixit was able to teardown Apple’s latest generation of earbuds, which are currently shipping with the iPhone 5. While we weren’t quite sure what was going on with their insides, the site has confirmed some of our suspicions and detailed a few other fun facts. As it…

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Kindle Fire HD 7-inch rooted in spite of Amazon, unstoppable force meets the unhackable object (video)

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We were worried there, for a minute. After code explorers found that Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 7-inch had both a locked bootloader and extra security measures, there was a brief concern that the pseudo-Android tablet might be very tough to hack. As it turns out, there was no reason to lose faith. Hashcode, Justin Case,…

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Dell's Latitude 10 tablet and dock, OptiPlex 9010 AIO, Latitude 6430u laptop arrive to tempt business pros

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Windows 8 is coming folks, and so is an onslaught of new machines featuring Microsoft’s something-for-everyone OS. Dell already showed us some of its fresh consumer Win8 hardware back at IFA 2012, and now it’s the enterprise’s turn to shine. First up is the Latitude 10 tablet, which packs an Intel Atom SoC, a 10.1-inch…

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Skullcandy launches Edit headphone customization service, personalized cans from $199 (video)

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One charge you could never level at Skullcandy is that its headphones are drab. But, if you were still thinking that the designs just aren’t, well, jazzy enough, perhaps the new Edit service is for you. Taking a page out of Fanny Wang’s book, the headphone maker has handed the painter’s palette over to you….

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