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Verizon CEO: Samsung Could Be 'Dark Horse' with Own Mobile OS

Verizon's Lowell McAdam believes that Samsung has the capability of creating a successful third mobile operating system. [Read more]...

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Amazon Updates Its Kindle Line of E-Readers

With a new version of the Kindle Fire nearly as large as the iPad that undercuts its price by $200, Amazon made its challenge to Apple a little more serious.

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Kobo Announces Smallest eReader in Kobo Mini, Kobo Glo, and Kobo Arc 7-Inch Android Tablet

Kobo makes some great eInk devices and just announced their new lineup of ebook readers, including a much improved tablet device.

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Gingerbread Still Dominant with 57.5 Percent Android Ownership

Ice Cream Sandwich is now running on 20.9 percent of all Android-based devices, according to new data from Google. [Read more]...

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Samsung Sells 20M+ Galaxy S IIIs In 100 Days: A Benchmark Or A Red Herring For Apple, Nokia, Amazon?

Nokia and Motorola had their day in the device spotlight yesterday, and today it Amazon’s turn, with Apple’s next week. So in the middle of all of this, just to make sure we don’t forget about it, Samsung has released some numbers on sales of its newest smartphone, the Galaxy S III. Samsung has sold over 20 million units of the handset in the first 100 days of launch: 6 million in Europe, 4.5 million in Asia (ex. Korea), 4 million in North America and 2.5  million in Korea. Samsung is the world’s biggest mobile phone company at the moment, so should sales of its flagship device be viewed as a benchmark for competitors? 

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