Sony Xperia SP smartphone rolls out in UK

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“We talked about Sony‘s Xperia SP smartphone back on March 18, which we reported was supposed to hit shelves in the second quarter of this year. It looks like that timeline was spot-on, with the Xperia SP going on sale in the UK via T-Mobile and Orange for a moderate £249.99 sans-contract. Such adds on to the other places it is already available, including India and Singapore.”

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New Affordable Unlocked Android Smartphones.. Archos 35, 50 and 53

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“Archos has launched an affordable unlocked smartphone line today, with prices starting at $99. The Archos Platinum range of devices offers users IPS screens, quadcore processors and 8 megapixel cameras all in a sleek design. The three devices, Archos 35 Carbon, Archos 50 Platinum and Archos 53 Platinum are priced $99, $219.99 and $249.99 respectively.”

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First Look at the Seiki SE50UY04 $1,500 Ultra HDTV

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Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV, or “4K”) packs four times the resolution of regular HDTVs. Until this week, they also came with ultra high prices.

The first models, introduced late last year, cost $20K-$25K. Samsung is offering an 85-incher for $40K. Sony’s 55-inch UHDTV is $5,000.

This week, Chinese TV maker Seiki (pronounced SAY-key), began shipping a 50-inch UHDTV for just $1,500.

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Samsung Galaxy Express I8730 Review

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“A little while back, the Samsung Galaxy Express was launched for AT&T customers in the U.S. Now the phone is headed to the rest of the globe with an updated design and updated software. In a sea of Ice Cream Sandwich-powered phones, is Jelly Bean and the Samsung name enough to give the Galaxy Express I8730 an advantage?”

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