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smartphone-lite

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iPhone too pricey? Then think smartphone-lite

A company called INQ is working on a new set of phones designed for social networking apps--and costing roughly half as much as today's smartphones.

By February 13, 2009

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The 411: Data plan conundrum

Every two weeks, CNET editor Nicole Lee answers your questions about cell phones and cell phone accessories in The 411.

By August 2, 2010

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AT&T pushes quick-messaging phones

AT&T executives at CTIA said there is an untapped market of customers interested in a new category of phone called quick messaging devices.

By March 24, 2010

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INQ Mobile intros new phones; adds Twitter

INQ Mobile is introducing two new phones to the market, one of which allows for easy Tweeting on the go.

By August 4, 2009

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Nokia sees bottom to mobile market malaise

Despite taking a beating, both Nokia and Sony Ericsson saw glimmers of hope in their latest results. Could the worst actually be over?

By July 16, 2009

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INQ phone lets you tweet for cheap

The maker of Facebook and Skype phones reveals a planned Twitter phone, which lets users tweet on the go without having to pay smartphone prices.

By June 2, 2009

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Report: AT&T may offer limited iPhone data plan

BusinessWeek report speculates a data plan price cut is part of the negotiations to keep AT&T as the exclusive wireless carrier for the device.

By May 18, 2009

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Report: AT&T to cut iPhone service plan by $10

TheStreet.com reports that AT&T is considering cutting the price of its iPhone voice and data plan by $10 when the new iPhone comes out this summer.

By May 7, 2009

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Turning cheap cell phones into smarter phones

A company called iSkoot says it can turn an inexpensive feature-phone into a Web-enabled device for checking Facebook updates and Twittering friends.

By March 11, 2009

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Outlook for cell phone makers worsens

The worldwide recession will mean gloomier-than-expected sales for all cell phone makers and devices in 2009, say market research firms.

By March 12, 2009