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Analyst: iPhone 5, iPad Mini Coming In September

Apple’s next-gen iPhone — and the much-talked about (but yet unseen) iPad mini — are some of the most hotly anticipated gadgets of the year. And according to a report by relatively on-point KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the new iPhone and iPad mini will launch in September. Thus far, we’ve heard that the iPhone 5 will have a larger 4.08-inch display maintaining the same width as current models, at 640 pixels. TechCrunch has also confirmed — along with Reuters more recently — that the new iPhone will replace its original 30-pin connector...

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Why a 32GB Nexus 7 is Almost Inevitable

Demand for the 16GB Nexus 7 has far outstripped that of the 8GB model, so much so that a 32GB model is now almost inevitable.

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Samsung Sacrificed Qualcomm Truce for Apple War

Samsung ended a truce with Qualcomm and its third-party vendors over 3G patent use when Apple filed court proceedings against Samsung last year.

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Research: Samsung Has Sold 10M Galaxy S3′s, But ‘iPhone 5′ Still The Most-Wanted Phone

You know a brand is doing something right when people go a little crazy for its products even before they’ve been announced. A new survey out from 451 Research/ChangeWave on consumer smartphone sentiment found that Apple’s iPhone 5 — whatever that may turn out to be — is seeing an “unprecedented” wave of advance demand — higher than any other iPhone model has had before, with 14 percent of respondents saying they were “very likely” to buy the iPhone 5. In contrast, the S3, got a 2 percent “very likely” response. 

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Nexus 7 Sees "Incredible Demand", Sells Out at Major Retailers

The Nexus 7 has already sold out at retailers such as GameStop, Staples, and Costco. Here's how you can get one.

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