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Tablet Shipments Now Expected to Hit 117 Million This Year

The worldwide forecast for 2012 has been upped by research firm IDC to 117 million from 107 million previously. [Read more]...

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Samsung Galaxy Note II to Land 'By Mid-November' on All Major US Carriers

We'd say the wait is nearly over, but that wouldn't be telling the whole truth. Inching ever closer to a hard launch date, Samsung's Galaxy Note II is now poised to hit stateside on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular "by mid-November." If you're seeking anything more specific than that, you'll have to hold out for individual carrier announcements. What we do know for sure, however, is that the US variant of...

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Intel Planning Clover Trail Variant for Linux

Intel is planning a variant of the Atom Clover Trail System-on-Chip for Windows 8 tablets that will run Linux or Android-based operating systems...

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Coming To A Car Near You: Linux Goes Automotive, Signs Up Harman, Intel, Toyota, Samsung’s Tizen, More

If, one day, we really are all going to be carted around in driverless cars from the likes of Google and others, then we may as well have some apps on board to keep us occupied. Today, the Linux Foundation announced that it was throwing its hat into the car-apps ring, with the creation of the Automotive Grade Linux Workgroup. Early sign-ups among car companies include Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan and Toyota. Tech companies include Harman, Intel, NEC, NVIDIA, Samsung, and Texas Instruments, along with Tizen, the Linux-based platform backed by Samsung and Intel. 

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Samsung Starts Producing Faster 2GB LPDDR3 Memory for Mobile Devices, 128GB Flash Storage Too

While the scales may be steadily tipping towards mobile in the world of DRAM production, there's still plenty of room for technological enhancements. To prove the point, Samsung has just started mass production of what it claims to be the first 2GB LPDDR3 DRAM chip for mobile, which can shuffle information in and out 1,600 Mbps (compared to its 1,066 Mbps LPDDR2 predecessor), with up to 12.8...

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