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Larger Screens Driving Smartphone Display Growth: NPD

Over the course of the year, analysts believe that almost 1.2 billion smartphone displays will be shipped, spanning a range of screen resolutions.

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Intel Joins A4WP, a Newcomer to Wireless Power Standards

The chipmaker joins Qualcomm and Samsung by signing up for the Alliance for Wireless Power's technology, which uses near-field magnetic resonance to top up batteries in phones, tablets, or laptops. [Read more]    ...

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Fate of Microsoft's Tablet OS in Question -- Again

Device makers based in Asia are not keen on Windows RT. That has become painfully clear. [Read more]    ...

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Canonical Names Carrier Group for Ubuntu Touch Devices

Canonical has announced a “Carrier Advisory Group” (CAG) of eight mobile carriers, which will influence the development of Ubuntu for Phones. The initial CAG membership consists of Deutsche Telekom, Everything Everywhere, Korea Telecom, Telecom Italia, LG UPlus, Portugal Telecom, SK Telecom, and an unnamed “leading Spanish international carrier.” When Canonical...

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The Future of Tablets? It's All About the 8-Inch Model: Analyst

Smaller variations are going to account for over half of overall tablets this year, analysts say.

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