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Samsung Starts Android 4.0 Rollout for Galaxy Note, Reports Say

According to reports, the Galaxy Note update is being downloaded in the Netherlands and Germany, though Samsung hasn't said where it'll be available just yet. [Read more]...

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Qualcomm: We're Ready for Quad-Core 'ARM' Race

Qualcomm says it provides dual-core chips that match rivals' quad-core performance. And its own quad-core silicon is on the way. [Read more]...

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It’s Official: HTC’s EVO 4G LTE To Hit Sprint Shelves On May 18

Pre-orders for Sprint’s new EVO 4G LTE have been open for a few days now, but Sprint has finally gotten around to announcing when we’ll actually be able to get our hands on one. Starting on May 18, you’ll be able to shell out $199 through your sales channel of choice in exchange for the carrier’s new flagship Android phone. The release date hasn’t been the most carefully guarded secret these past few days — third-party retailers like Wirefly have been strongly hinting at a May 18 launch when they kicked off their pre-orders — but it’s always nice to hear it straight from the source.

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Spire.io: A New Platform For Serverless Apps That Work On Web & Mobile

What do you do when you’re a consumer apps company with apps that never hit the big-time, but whose development forced you to solve the same problems over and over again? Well, if you’re Border Stylo (makers of Glass, Retrollect, and Trivia Together), you turn your knowledge of developers’ needs for backend infrastructure into your new business. And that’s exactly what Border Stylo is doing with its new company called Spire.io, which has been working on the idea of “serverless” apps. The company launched its first realtime messaging API in beta this January, and is today rolling out its second addition, an identity service for web and mobile. 

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Plum Mobile Llineup at CTIA 2012 Hands-On

Little-known Plum Mobile appeared at CTIA with the four dual SIM Android sets pictured above and the Might, a Galaxy Note twin we had a peek at a little earlier today. From the top left we have the Debut, which is a 7-in WVGA tablet -- that can be used as a phone -- with Android 2.2 powered by an 800MHz CPU, a 5-megapixel camera and a 4250mAh battery. Pricing for the Plum Debut is somewhere in the neighborhood of $180. The $90 Plum Capacity runs Android 2.2 with a 650MHz CPU, it also offers a 3.2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth,...

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