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Getting Android on Your TV

If you've been getting into the convenience and usability of the smartphone and tablet User Interface and are wondering just why your cable provider is unable to create anything with the same elegance and function, it may be time to slap Android on your TV -- yourself. There are a...

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Samsung Building 128GB Flash Memory Chips For Next Year’s Superphones

There might just be a 128GB memory option when it comes to upgrading to the Galaxy S4 next year or the S5 the year after, thanks to Samsung now mass producing 128GB memory chips for use in mobile devices. More »...

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Razr i Boasts 2GHz Intel Atom, Respectable Battery Life

Motorola's 4.3-inch Razr i with Android ICS is the first smartphone with a 2GHz clock rate, and the first Intel "Medfield" Atom-based phone to launch in multiple markets. The Razr i has the added distinction of being the first product collaboration in Google's multi-year Android pact with Intel.

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Vivaldi KDE Tablet Delayed Following Major Setback

KDE developer Aaron Seigo has announced that the release of the Vivaldi KDE tablet has been postponed for now. Apparently, the original tablet manufacturer has modified the system board, causing a major setback for the developers...

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Tablet Shipments Now Expected to Hit 117 Million This Year

The worldwide forecast for 2012 has been upped by research firm IDC to 117 million from 107 million previously. [Read more]...

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