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Despite a Slowdown, Smartphone Advances Are Still Ahead

The iPhone 5 that Apple introduced last week with only incremental changes seemed to signal that the smartphone industry has entered an era of technological bunny hops.

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Intel: No Linux Support for Tablet Processor

Linux won't run on Intel's Atom Z2760 SoC (System on Chip), code-named Clover Trail, that has specifically been developed for use with Windows 8 tablets...

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Google Defends Strangling Acer's Newborn Alibaba Linux Mobe

Google exec Andy Rubin has defended his advertising giant's decision to block Acer from launching a mobile phone for Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, claiming the Android ecosystem is quite fragmented enough.…...

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Intel: Is the x86 Playbook Played Out?

The underlying theory that drives Intel is this: As long as the company keeps making great x86 processors things will be fine. Analysts are beginning to question that logic.

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Meg Whitman Says HP Has to 'Offer a Smartphone'

HP bet big on the smartphone world when it purchased Palm, but the company fell flat on its face and webOS failed to take off. The reasons for the failure are numerous, but the new CEO Meg Whitman is smart enough to realize it can't simply abandon the market entirely. In an interview with Fox Business, she said that HP "ultimately has to offer a smartphone." Though she was willing to acknowledge that the company is "working on this," she would not divulge too many details about its mobile plans. Whether...

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