LTE-ready Nokia Lumia 900 ‘Ace’ details spill ahead of CES


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The U.S.-bound Lumia 900 should have a front-facing camera, unlike the globally released Lumia 800 (pictured).

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Josh Miller/CNET)

It’s no secret that the U.S. version of the Nokia Lumia 800 will make its debut at CES this month. There’s also little doubt that the Lumia 900, as it’s widely expected to be called, will come packed with two important goodies that the global version lacked: LTE support and a front-facing camera.

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January 7, 2012

Twelve billion iBalls fall into Gizmodo’s lap

Twelve billion iBalls fall into Gizmodo's lap

By Carmi Levy, Betanews

What’s a mobile device prototype worth?

Depends on who you are. If you’re Apple, it’s priceless. When you tightly control every aspect of the product development process, anything that subverts the message is a potential risk to the brand. Loss of control to a company like Apple is unthinkable. If you’re Gizmodo, the answer is ,000 — which is the amount the tech blog reportedly paid to an unnamed individual who supposedly found the prototype of Apple’s upcoming fourth-generation iPhone in a California bar.

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April 21, 2010