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    We've been on-site for a full day in Barcelona, making preparations to cover one of the year's biggest mobile technology shows. Last night, we let you in on the fun and frustration of our pre-show planning on a special episode of the Pocketnow Weekly podcast. Later today, we're hosting a special MWC-focused episode of the Pocketnow Live broadcast. But right now, we'd like briefly to share our predictions, hopes, and dreams for MWC 2013. You know we're serious about this, because we stood out in the rain next to a major Barcelona landmark, and Tony wore his leather jacket. So quit yer ...

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    In the far-off reaches of Barcelona, two men fight for the right to party tell their tale. Battling narrow urban canyons, strange fast-food condiments, kielbasa-selling mobile-phone salesmen, and seagulls with voices only seagull mothers could love, they fight tooth and nail to share their story. The story of the wonders of mobile technology. You won't hear about all of the weird encounters that have greeted Anton D. Nagy and Michael Fisher since their arrival in Spain for the 2013 Mobile World Congress, but you'll definitely get a taste of what it's been like on the first harrowing day ...

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    Yesterday's launch of the HTC One has devices which eschew plastic for a metal construction on our minds, and today our thoughts return to the topic, upon ASUS releasing an MWC 2013 teaser video for its "metallic miracle." Between that line, and the video's description referencing "when Pad and Phone come together," it's sounding pretty likely that the company is talking about the model ME371MG we looked at a little earlier this month, supposedly being developed under the name Fonepad. Besides the aluminum body we got to see in a leaked pic, that device is interesting for its use of an ...

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    What does ASUS have in store for us after the Padfone? The Fonepad, or at least the codename for the rumored ME371MG which will likely make a presence at the MWC show floor in about two weeks. What is so special about this tablet? It is power by an Intel processor. The image above, if legit, seems to hint at an aluminum body, pretty much like Apple's iPad and iPad mini. Speculation regarding the internals hints at a seven-inch 1280 x 800 pixel resolution screen, Intel Atom Z-2420 processor clocking at 1.2 GHz aided by the PowerVR SGX540 GPU, 1 GB of RAM, three-megapixel rear camera and ...

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