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Wow! The readers of this bog are a tough crowd. I got pummeled this week in comments and e-mails for recent posts about the Cingular 8125 mobile device that I just can't call a phone, and I'm sure that's going to engender more good feelings.

Angus H., whose e-mail domain a......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 08/31/06


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