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Nokia Shares Hit 16-Year Low as Losses Continue

The troubled smartphone company saw its shares sink to $1.84 yesterday, and in premarket trading today, they're down once again. [Read more]...

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Google Nexus 7 Tablet Available Through Staples

The retail vendor is the latest outlet to offer Google's new 7-inch tablet, now available for pre-order before hitting the shelves later this month. [Read more]...

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Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" Source Code Released

Google is releasing the source code to Android 4.1, code-named "Jelly Bean", to the Android Open Source Project. This will enable custom ROM developers to start work porting the new version to devices...

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Two More Android Vendors License Microsoft Patents

Coby Electronics and Aluratek have signed patent portfolio licensing agreements with Microsoft and will be joining the long list of companies that pay the Windows maker royalties for Android devices...

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Verizon Blames Samsung for Locked Bootloader in Galaxy S III

Verizon cleared up its stance on locking the bootloaders in phones using its network earlier this year. In short: it encourages OEMs to do so to keep its network humming along as Big Red feels it should. Well, it seems that VZW has changed that stance somewhat, as it's laid blame for the Galaxy S III's closed bootloader squarely at Samsung's feet, claiming that it's locked "per the Manufacturer." Now, that doesn't explicitly state that VZW had no part...

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