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Apple, Samsung's Next Critical Play: Affordable Smartphones

Both companies have made a killing with their flagship products, but the next wave of growth will depend on how well they adapt to the low end of the market. [Read more]    ...

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Google Glass's Android Code Now Available

Ready to start programming for Google Glass? The tools are out there. While only a handful of Google Glasses are out, but Google has quietly released its Android-based core kernel code.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Announced, a Low-End 7-inch Tablet That Makes Calls

Today, Samsung is announcing a new 7-inch tablet called the Galaxy Tab 3, but to our eyes, it doesn’t look much different from the current 7-inch Tab 2. The previous Tab’s 1 GHz dual-core processor gets upgraded to a 1.2GHz chip, and the newer tablet offers 16GB of internal storage...

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Nokia, BlackBerry Aim to Elbow in on Android Parade

Nokia and BlackBerry may have a tough chore as they try to get attention amid an Android news onslaught in May.

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Linux-Programmable 4G LTE Router Tracks Mobile Assets

CalAmp unveiled a 4G LTE cellular router and gateway for AT&T networks that runs embedded Linux on a 400MHz ARM9 processor. The LMU-5000LTE is equipped with LTE, HSPA, and EVDO routers, a 50-channel GPS, and multiple I/O, and features fleet tracking, as well as user-programmable PEG (Programmable Event Generator) monitoring...

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