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China Gets Powerful Motorola MT870

Motorola has recently released a new handset for China Mobile, the MT870. The phone is equipped with a 4″ screen that displays a pixel resolution of 540 x 960 pixels and has a powerful Nvidia Tegra 2 processor at 1GHz.

Pair that with 512MB of RAM and you have yourself one powerful camera. There’s also an 8MP camera if the amateur photographer in yourself wants to take a few snapshots. The device captures 720p video and the front-facing camera ensures that you stay connected with the ones that matter most.

NEC’s 23″ Full HD, LED-LCD Screen

NEC has recently added a new LCD to its MultiSync lineup. The new screen is dubbed the EX231Wp and offers consumers a whopping 23″ of screen real-estate, offering a thin and lightweight screen that is perfect for workers who need to carry their display with them (such as LAN party goers).

The display is LED backlit, saving power, and runs a full HD resolution, spanning 1920 x 1080 pixels. The monitor consumers a typical 27 watts of power when in use and offers DisplayPort and DVI inputs for connectivity.

App Lets You Convert Photo’s Text To A Document + Edit

Google has released a native Google Docs application for Android today that has a special feature. The new feature allows users to turn photos with text into documents that can be edited through the smartphone. The Google Docs app for Android is intended for download solely through the Android market and will only be available in English for Android 2.1 and later.

The app enables users to tap a button to create a new document from a photo or by selecting the camera icon from the widget. The document also appears in the document list after the phone user snaps the picture.

Verizon LTE Moves To The South And Midwest

Verizon has finally brought it’s 4G LTE network to the Southern and Midwest markets, after it’s recent push to the major markets. Verizon will now be serving four markets in Pennsylvania (Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown and Leigh Valley), two markets in Tennessee (Cleveland and Clarksville), two markets in South Carolina (Hilton Head and Columbia) and one in North Carolina (Wilmington) would soon get LTE coverage.

AnyDATA’s Mass Marketed Tablets Are Coming Soon

AnyDATA is coming out with some gorgeous tablet PCs aimed at the consumer market. The two 7-inch tablets look similar to the Galaxy Tab, will both be equipped with WiFi and sport 1024 x 600 resolution displays. Now how do these two tablets differ? Well, the AMD120 will be a 4G tablet while the AMD810 will work on the 3G network.

The AMD120 will ship with the Android Gingerbread OS but have the Honeycomb OS as an option. The AMD810 will only be available…