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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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Intel Ports Android Jelly Bean to x86, but Rollout Date Remains Murky

The company has reportedly got Android 4.1 working on its architecture, although it is unclear when those who have picked up handsets such as the Orange San Diego will get the upgrade.

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Windows Phone 8 Clings to Secrecy

Microsoft is accepting requests for the Windows Phone 8 SDK, but only from a select few developers. The rest will have to endure a "cruel" wait. [Read more]...

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Samsung Galaxy S III to Get Jelly Bean Upgrade in October

The manufacturer appears to be promising speedier updates than it previously delivered on earlier Galaxy S devices...

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ViewSonic Launches 22-Inch Android Smart Display

The specialist display company unveils a large-screen, Android-based, all-in-one computer, a high-resolution professional-grade 27-in. monitor and a full-HD 'lampless' projector.

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