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Samsung’s Black Galaxy S III Said To Launch In October With 64GB Of Storage

Samsung’s Galaxy S III is a pretty lust-worthy gadget to begin with, but the Korean electronics giant just won’t leave well enough alone. First they put together a model that managed to combine both an LTE radio and an Exynos quad-core chipset, a combination that unfortunately hasn’t trickled out of the country yet. Now it seems that U.K. phone retailer Clove has the skinny on yet another hardware revision. The folks at Phandroid spotted a landing page for Clove created for that handsome new...

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Jolla's MeeGo UI is Ready to Go, Now Hunting for Mobile Talent

Finnish smartphone startup Jolla is scouting out new talent in Finland and China, where Jolla's CEO Jussi Hurmola reckons its MeeGo OS can tap into the nation's hunger to make a mark on mobile innovation.

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Fujitsu Unveils 'Military-Grade' Android 4.0 Tablet

If you're lifestyle is too rough for an iPad, then the Android 4.0-powered Fujitsu Stylistic M532 could be just the tablet for you -- and at a price that won't break the bank.

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Mozilla's Firefox OS Has Even Shown Up on the Raspberry Pi

Mozilla has been moving quickly ahead with its mobile operating system, which is dubbed "Firefox OS," and photos of it have been appearing online, as seen here.  It looks a lot like other graphical, mobile operating systems for smartphones, although Mozilla stresses that it is strictly built on open standards. Now, a Nokia researcher has put Firefox OS on--of all platforms--the Raspberry Pi. And, there is video to prove it. Tom Brewster reports on the researcher's successful effort on Techweek Europe, the same site that has been steadily posting photos of Firefox OS: "Oleg Romashin, a Nokia engineer who has worked on open source OS MeeGo over the...

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State of the Art: Samsung’s Rival for the iPad Loads on the Features

Samsung’s new iPad rival, the Galaxy Note 10.1, is loaded with features, but not all are well organized or practical.

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