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AT&T On Nokia’s Lumia 900: “Notch Above Anything We’ve Ever Done” Including iPhone

AT&T’s head device guy Jeff Bradley made a bold statement today regarding the upcoming launch of Nokia’s Lumia 900 Windows phone. The device is widely expected to be the first Windows phone to hold a candle to the iPhone, and AT&T thinks it has a massive hit on its hands. “Before you walk into the store, you [...] Related Stories iHome iW1 Is A Great AirPlay Speaker System, But Lacks Som
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