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Samsung's Next Galaxy Smartphones to Feature 64-Bit Chips, Too

That's the word from Samsung Mobile's co-CEO Shin Jong-kyun, who also said the company plans to compete hard with Apple in China and Japan. [Read more]    ...

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Will Intel's Quark Run Linux?

Intel left plenty of room for speculation yesterday at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) when it announced a low-power, small-footprint processor family called the Quark. One of the biggest questions is whether it will support advanced platforms like Linux.

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How Android Handset Manufacturers Will Respond to the iPhone 5s

What Apple has added to the new iPhone is a good predictor of what Android handset makers will be focusing on over the next year or so.

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Intel Launches Bay Trail Tablet Processors: Here's What You Need to Know

In May, we told you how Intel's new Silvermont cores could power phones and tablets you might actually want. Now, we can give you an idea of how those tablets might perform and how much they might cost. Today, Intel's formally launching its first Silvermont processors, the 22nm Atom Z3000 "Bay...

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Motorola: The Moto X Sells at a Profit; Custom Orders 'Substantial'

The company says that the Flextronics plant is capable of producing "tens of millions" of phones per year, but only 100,000 Moto X units are leaving the plant each week. [Read more]    ...

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