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  • Computer giant Microsoft has launched a new mobile phone called the Kin which is geared towards young users who are interested in file sharing and social networking.

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  • Blood Kin is a fable of the arrogance of power, beneath whose dreamlike surface swirl currents of complex sensuality, male and (particularly) female.

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  • Ballmer received 100 percent of his target bonus for the past fiscal year, instead of a maximum of 200 percent, because of the failure of a mobile phone called the Kin, the loss of market share in smartphone software and the need for more innovation in that area, the board said in the filing.

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  • Microsoft said its new touch-screen phones, a short, square-shaped handset called Kin 1 and a longer, more rectangular one called Kin 2.

    The Seattle Times

  • Microsoft said its new touch-screen phones - a short, square-shaped handset called Kin One and a longer, more rectangular one called Kin Two - will be sold exclusively in the U.S. by Verizon Wireless.

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  • Microsoft Debuts 'Social' phone - Microsoft has launched a phone called the Kin aimed at younger users and geared towards social networking.

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  • Microsoft goes hyper-social with Kin phones - Microsoft is going after social communicators with a new class of phone called Kin, which will focus on people who share and communicate through social networks.

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  • Microsoft said its new touch-screen phones - a short, square-shaped handset called Kin 1 and a longer, more rectangular one called Kin 2 - will be sold exclusively in the U.S. by Verizon Wireless.

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  • Microsoft has launched a phone called the Kin aimed at younger users and geared towards social networking.

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  • Indeed, the lack of success in the mobile space - including the failed attempt to target a younger demographic with a line of semi-smart phones dubbed "Kin" - cost Microsoft CEO Steve

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