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Samsung takes step forward in $3.9B chip effort in Texas

Officials in the Lone Star state have given Samsung the green light to expand chip production lines at an investment cost of $3.9 billion.

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China Becomes The Single Largest Android Market

Android is becoming very popular in China. As per a report from Informa, “Two in every three mobile phones sold in China in 2012 were powered by Android”.

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Raspberry Pi Gets its Own App Store

As we've reported on several occasions, the diminutive $25/$35 Linux computer dubbed Raspberry Pi is attracting developers and tinkerers, and showing up in multiple types of use cases. The tiny devices have already drawn interest from educational system and technology industry leaders, and there is even a supercomputer constructed with Lego pieces and...

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HTC Working On A Retina Plus Android Smartphone, M7?

HTC is preparing to launch an Android handset, codenamed M7, according to Unwired.com.

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Former Microsoft Staff Xuxian Jiang Spreads Android FUD

 

ABOUT a year ago we wrote about lawyer who was spreading Android FUD after he had removed evidence (from his CV) of former Microsoft employment. He just sort of airbrushed it out of his career history, and just in time for an attack on Android.

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