Dell Announces the Venue 7 and Venue 8 Tablets Running Android 4.2.2

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  Dell introduces two affordable Android tablets, the Venue 7 and Venue 8!  It has been a while since the mobile world has heard a peep out of Dell and recently the seal has been broken. Back in September the company went on the record and announced they would be reviving their Venue series of devices. ...

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The Android 4.2 Dell Venue 8 Tablet Show’s Up for its Wi-Fi Physical!

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Dell’s Venue 8 tablet running Android Jelly Bean expected soon? Remember Dell? Of course you do. How could one forget one of the largest computer manufacturers in the world! As the smart phone world, and eventually tablet world started to take off Dell joined the market! Moving from desktop’s and laptops to smart phones and ...

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The Dell Streak Pro D43 makes a comeback as Baidu’s first Yi based device!

    Hold off the candle light vigils for the Dell Streak for now as it seems to be making a home in China. Earlier this month the company put the axe to their 7 inch Streak, completely removing the device from their site and subsequently removing the Streak line up in its entirety. The only artifacts ...

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T-Mobile Could Launch the Motorola Cliq 2 and the Dell Streak 7 on January 19th

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T-Mobile doesn’t want to get left behind with all the of the amazing new phones and tablets coming out soon. According to TmoNews, January 19th could be the magic date for the release of the Motorola Cliq and the Dell Streak 7 on the carrier. While the blog has faith in its source, it does note ...

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Dell’s Venue Pro Receives FCC Approval with AT&T 3G Technology

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Dell’s Venue Pro smart phone runs Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7 operating system and is powered by T-Mobile’s network in the United States but that all might change soon with the news that it has passed FCC approval with a different cellular radio—one that is compatible with AT&T’s 3G network. While T-Mobile and Dell are ...

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Dell Venue Pro Delayed Until January 2011

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Dell unveiled its Venue Pro smart phone to the world earlier this year and excitement was strong. The Venue Pro runs Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7 operating system and is viewed by many as Dell’s strongest attempt to get a foothold in the exploding smart phone market. The company even has plans to release an ...

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Dell Makes the Venue Pro Official in the US, Starts Shipping December 9th

The new Dell Venue Pro has been made official for sale in the US and Dell is now selling them through its own website with a shipping date of December 9th. The Venue Pro runs Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7 (WP7) operating system and shows Dell’s commitment to trying to break into the smartphone world. ...

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Dell Addresses Wi-Fi Problems and More with the Venue Pro

Dell’s new Venue Pro smartphone that is powered by Windows Phone 7 has quite a lot of problems. Besides the microSD scandal plaguing many WP7 handsets (most have hidden microSD card slots providing their internal storage instead of faster flash NAND storage), the inability to connect to protected Wi-Fi networks and rumored supply shortages delaying ...

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WP7 Sales at Only 40,000 in the US on Monday

Only 40,000 Windows Phone 7 devices were sold on Monday in the US—launch day to be specific—according to TheStreet. With Microsoft’s multi, multimillion dollar WP7 campaign (think between 500 million and 1 billion) you would think that these would have literally flown off the shelf. That is apparently not the case however. Supply and distribution issues ...

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WP7 Powered Venue Pro from Dell Experiencing Delays Already

Dell’s Venue Pro is one of the most anticipated Windows Phone 7 devices but it is taking a beating—shipping delays are its newest problem. The Venue Pro hit stores yesterday in small quantities with T-Mobile lined up as its first carrier in the US. Almost immediately, reports of a Wi-Bug hit the Internet. The smartphone ...

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WP7 Powered Dell Venue Pro Experiencing Wi-Fi Problems?

The widely anticipated Venue Pro smartphone from Dell looks to be experience some Wi-Fi connectivity problems only a day after its Monday release. The Venue Pro runs Windows Phone 7 (WP7) and according to a variety of sources including BGR, users are reporting that they cannot connect to protected Wi-Fi networks. You know, the kind ...

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Dell Ditches BlackBerrys for Employees in Favor of the Venue Pro

Dell is requiring all of its employees to switch their BlackBerrys for Dell made Windows Phone 7 devices. Since Dell only has one WP7 model right now—the Venue Pro—that means those 25,000 BlackBerrys are headed to the trash for a smartphone that currently has no copy and paste (thanks to Microsoft) but does have Gorilla ...

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Dell Venue Pro Goes Pre-Order Ahead of UK Launch

  The new Dell Venue Pro might not have a US launch date yet but it is already available for pre-order from eXpansys—an online retailer—and the smartphone will officially launch in the UK on November 8th.  eXpansys is selling the unlocked Venue Pro for £499.99 including value added tax (£425.52 exc. VAT or $681.64 here in ...

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Dell Venue Pro Running WP7 Selling November 8th in UK, Android Version Coming

The Dell Venue Pro goes on sale on November 8th in the United Kingdom. While the new Windows Phone 7 (WP7) from Dell does not have a launch date yet from T-Mobile—its initial carrier in the US—expected late November. How much is it going for? Anywhere from £499.99 to £440.63 depending on the retailer. Please ...

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A Closer Look at the WP7 Dell Venue Pro from T-Mobile

T-Mobile certainly annoyed AT&T when it held its own Windows Phone 7 launch party by itself on Monday. While AT&T is getting three Windows Phone 7 (WP7) models, T-Mobile surprised everyone by coming out with not one, but two of its own WP7 phones despite AT&T being the preferred carrier or some other such nonsense.  ...

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