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Samsung, LG to Launch 1080p Phones Next Year, Report Says

A Korean publication says both companies will launch phones with a higher pixel density than the iPhone 5's Retina Display. [Read more]...

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Tablet wars! Google's Nexus 10 Could Break the 300 PPI Barrier

Apple's rumored to release an iPad mini today. Microsoft's Surface RT ships on Friday. Does Google have an uber-tablet waiting in the wings that will trump both of them? Rumors point to yes.

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Nokia's Latest Lumia Is Certainly Cheap, But Not Too Cheerful

This is Nokia's latest budget Lumia, the 510. Slotting in between the Lumia 610 and the Asha feature phone range, it's certainly budget-friendly—which is why it's being billed as a smartphone for the developing world. More »...

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5 Big Things That Baffle Me About Microsoft Surface RT

The Microsoft Surface RT doesn't seem to fit any one target customer profile particularly well. In this in-depth analysis, former product marketing director David Gewirtz subjects the Surface RT to a series of product marketing questions and comes away concerned.

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Bogus Apps Litter Android With Malware

Android is one of the most popular mobile operating systems in the world. As a result, it's also one of the most popular mobile operating systems to be targeted by malware writers. Malware aimed at Google's Android platform increased sixfold during the quarter that ended in September.

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