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Would Samsung Ever Leave Android?

The newly installed chief executive reiterated its strategy of bulking up its proprietary software, particularly in the mobile area. [Read more]...

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Verizon confirms Android 4.0 for Droid Razr on the Way

Big Red has confirmed in a text message that Motorola's thin phones will soon be getting an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich. [Read more]...

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Apple, Samsung Again Swallow All the Smartphone Profits

The latest study from ABI Research has Apple and Samsung capturing 55 percent of the market and 90 percent of the profit. [Read more]...

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Why Microsoft Needs To Build Its Own Tablet

Let's assume, just for fun, that Microsoft really is going to announce its own tablet on Monday. There are only two questions we should be asking ourselves: would it be a good idea? Or would it be the best idea? More »...

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Orange San Diego Reviewed: Smooth Surfing, Clunky Interface

CNET UK puts the Intel-powered phone to the test, calling it fast but saddled with an annoying UI. [Read more]...

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