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During his keynote address at Mobile World Congress, AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega said that that, "Dell has announced they're entering the smartphone market." This has not been corroborated by Dell.
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Ralph was just referring to the fact that thereâ€™s a lot of news coverage about a Dell smartphone and was commenting that OEMs are coming to market all the ...
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Pretty sweet if Att picked up a Dell smartphone. With all these new "computer" companies devolping cell phones, I think it will be important to the success of them if carriers pick them up. I just hope they dont cripl