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Time for the Next Big Jump in Mobile Tech

While there is lots of activity in both the smartphone and tablet spaces, nothing really new has come along in a while. It's time for the next big thing.

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Verdict in Apple-Samsung Trial May Echo Through Tech Industry

If Apple prevails in its legal dogfight with Samsung over patents, experts believe its rivals will have a stronger incentive to distinguish their smartphone and tablet products.

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Android Extends Lead in Smartphone OS Market

Android's market share climbs to 64.1% – up 20.7% from 2011...

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Samsung’s Black Galaxy S III Said To Launch In October With 64GB Of Storage

Samsung’s Galaxy S III is a pretty lust-worthy gadget to begin with, but the Korean electronics giant just won’t leave well enough alone. First they put together a model that managed to combine both an LTE radio and an Exynos quad-core chipset, a combination that unfortunately hasn’t trickled out of the country yet. Now it seems that U.K. phone retailer Clove has the skinny on yet another hardware revision. The folks at Phandroid spotted a landing page for Clove created for that handsome new...

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Jolla's MeeGo UI is Ready to Go, Now Hunting for Mobile Talent

Finnish smartphone startup Jolla is scouting out new talent in Finland and China, where Jolla's CEO Jussi Hurmola reckons its MeeGo OS can tap into the nation's hunger to make a mark on mobile innovation.

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