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Goodbye, Exynos: Benchmark Points To Dual-Core Processor For Verizon’s Galaxy S III

Samsung confirmed well in advance of the Galaxy S III’s official announcement that their new flagship Android handset would sport the company’s new Exynos 4 Quad chipset, but it seems even clearer now that we Stateside phone geeks may have to live without it. Droid-Life reported over the weekend that a benchmark entry for the Verizon-bound Samsung SCH-i535 appeared on Nenamark, and it seems to confirm rumors that Big Red’s Galaxy S III will indeed sport a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor. Nenamark’s site doesn’t specifically call out the Snapdragon S4 as the processor in question, but the evidence is nothing to sneeze at — the entry makes reference to the chipset’s 1.5GHz clock speed and the inclusion...

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How Money Matters When Luring Developers to RIM, Windows Phone

From financial guarantees to business support, companies are working hard to get developers to look beyond iOS and Android. [Read more]...

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Siri Thinks the Best Operating System Is Linux [Apple]

We knew Siri doesn't think the iPhone is the best phone in the planet. Now we also know that, if you ask Siri what's the best operating system, she will reply "Linux." More »...

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CTIA 2012 sees Android Ice Cream Sandwich Take Root

Smartphone announcements were limited, but signal the steady adoption of Android ICS. [Read more]...

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CTIA Wireless 2012 Wrap-Up

Oh, how we will miss New Orleans. It's been a long and busy week in the Big Easy as tens of thousands of calories were sacrificed in the name of bringing you the most comprehensive coverage of CTIA's annual spring show. Not that we mind -- we love doing it, and...

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