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Sharp Aquos Crystal launched in Japan, Sprint unveiling touted

08/18, 2:02pm

Slim-bezel Sharp Aquos Crystal may arrive in United States tomorrow

Sharp has created two new Aquos smartphones with an extremely minimal bezel, giving the appearance of an edge-to-edge display. The Aquos Crystal and the Aquos Crystal X, with respective 5-inch 720p and a 5.5-inch 1080p displays, will both be going on sale in Japan, with at least one of the devices heading to the United States in the near future.

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Briefly: Camping apps, Rovio 1Bn downloads, Imajao app

05/09, 10:45pm

Active Network launches two campsite reservation apps

Outdoor enthusiasts will now be able to make reservations for campsites at national parks, forests and other recreational facilities through the release of two new apps for iOS. The ReserveAmerica camping app (free) lists nearby state campground sites, and provides information on sites, RV restrictions, tent and cabin use and other options.

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AT&T roadmap hints Sony Crystal tablet, dates others

01/25, 2:40pm

ATT roadmap carries Sony slate and solidifies plan

More details from AT&T's escaped roadmap have shown in two leaks Wednesday afternoon. The new BGR tips point to a new, $410 Sony tablet known as the Crystal. While it could be something new, it's most likely to be the long-delayed Tablet P (S2), a dual-screened Android tablet with HSPA+ 3G.

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Calypso Crystal unveils handcrafted iPhone docks

11/04, 9:50pm

Made in Europe, aimed at affluent customers

Affluent iPhone owners now another option for accessorizing their Apple smartphones beyond just encrusting them with jewels -- a solid lead-crystal hand-made and hand-crafted dock, created using traditional fired-glass-mass techniques dating back 300 years and incorporating the Apple dock connector to charge and sync the iPhone.

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Dell intros Crystal LCD, Inspiron 1525 [U]

01/03, 8:35am

Dell Crystal and Inspiron

(Updated with DisplayPort info) Dell on Thursday jumpstarted its CES efforts with one of its most unique displays to date as well as a reworked version of its most popular notebook. The Crystal is Dell's first designer LCD and is designed to be as unintrusive as possible while offering a full media setup: built with a glass frame about 4mm (0.15 inches) thick, the touch controls, wiring, and speakers are all built into the frame surface and allow Dell to create the illusion of a "bare" LCD without the associated clutter. Only one cable typically needs to leave the back of the screen, Dell says. Quality is also evident in the panel itself; though most 22-inch LCDs offer poor color reproduction, the Crystal supplies about 98 percent of the NTSC color gamut and produces a 2,000:1 contrast ratio without sacrificing a 2ms gray-to-gray pixel response time.

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