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Qt 5 Beta Released, Promises Improved Graphics

Qt, a C++ GUI and application framework is up for a new major release. Lars Knoll announced the release of Qt 5 beta in the Qt Labs developer blog and this release has got some exciting features.

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Bits Blog: The China-U.S. Smartphone Gap Grows Larger

In China, smartphones are poised to become even more widespread than they are in the United States. The reason: a host of cheaper phones running on Android.

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Intel Hopes to Revolutionize the Way You Charge Your Mobile Devices

The company will team with IDT to add wireless charging capabilities to a reference chipset in 2013 that could eventually let you recharge your cell phone cable-free from an Ultrabook or Intel-powered desktop.

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Huawei Shows Off Early Version of Emotion UI for Android, Packs a 'Stock' Skin Too

Huawei didn't have any new hardware to show during its packed press conference, but it did have an early version of its Emotion UI skin for Android devices. Aiming to make its smartphone experience a little gentler for first-timers, while offering up a slightly different flavor of Google's OS, Huawei's been polling its customers, running user experience salons and meeting...

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IDC: Android-Crazy China Passes U.S. As Smartphone Leader, But India’s Growing The Fastest

The latest figures out from IDC confirm that this is the year that China will overtake the U.S. as the world’s biggest smartphone market, with its 25.5% share a significant lead over the U.S.’s 17.8%. The tipping point has been a long time coming: China is the world’s most-populated country, so it was only a matter of time before it would overtake the U.S. But the trend has been accelerated in the last couple of years with the rise of cheap sub-$200 devices built on Android. 

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