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Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Wireless went big at CES 2011 with two companies, Motorola and Verizon Wireless, stealing much of the show's mobile attention. CNET recaps all the cell phone news from Las Vegas.
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Samsung Nexus S
The Samsung Nexus S gets points for its slick design, satisfying performance, and authentic Android user interface. But outside of the new Gingerbread OS and a faster processor, it doesn't offer as many new features as we had hoped.
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