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Celebrate Star Wars Day By Blinding General Grievous, Losing R2

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Beep boop boop bee squeee! Happy May 4th a k a Star Wars Day (say the date out loud and you’ll figure out why). In celebration, quite a few hardware vendors have released special gear for the day, thereby allowing you to celebrate the magic of George Lucas in proper...
Celebrate Star Wars Day By Blinding General Grievous, Losing R2

Kyocera DuraPlus to bolster Sprint's rugged phone lineup

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Joining the ranks of Sprint's rugged handset roster, the Kyocera DuraPlus is built to military toughness specs and even sports an LED flashlight....
Kyocera DuraPlus to bolster Sprint's rugged phone lineup

Sprint’s Kyocera DuraPlus is super-rugged candybar with push-to-talk capabilities

www.intomobile.com
Sprint keeps unveiling new rugged devices with push-to-talk capabilities. The latest in the series is the Kyocera DuraPlus, which is certified to Military Standard 810G for resistance to dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, humidity, blowing rain and water immersion (up to 30 minutes in up to 1 meter of water)....
Sprint’s Kyocera DuraPlus is super-rugged candybar with push-to-talk capabilities
Panasonic develops emergency flashlight that can be powered by (almost) any battery

Q:What's your favorite gadget? Why? A:An Energizer Hard Case Tactical LED Flashlight. I use it... http://formspring.me/mortonfox/q/218208139

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Q:What's your favorite gadget? Why? A:An Energizer Hard Case Tactical LED Flashlight. I use it... http://formspring.me/mortonfox/q/218208139

Kyocera DuraPlus: a Sprint phone so masculine it'll kick your face in for misdialing

www.engadget.com
Sprint's announced that it'll carry the Kyocera DuraPlus -- a rugged cellphone that recalls a lifetime of tedious internet memes. It's certified to "Military Standard 810G," for its resistance to dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, humidity and it's able to withstand water depths of one meter for, erm, up to...
Kyocera DuraPlus: a Sprint phone so masculine it'll kick your face in for misdialing

New, $20 Nokia 105 doesn't have Wi-Fi, does have 35 days standby time

arstechnica.com
Nokia has just launched its latest low-end phone across the developing world—and it’s about to hit the European market, for around $20 retail. The Nokia 105 comes at a time when the bulk of the industry’s profits are being made off of the likes of iPhones, Androids, Blackberrys (to a lesser...
New, $20 Nokia 105 doesn't have Wi-Fi, does have 35 days standby time
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