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Samsung Galaxy S III Edges Closer to T-Mobile, AT&T

The Bluetooth SIG indicates the Samsung Galaxy S III is coming to T-Mobile, AT&T. [Read more]...

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Google to Close Motorola Mobility Deal by Wednesday

Thanks to China finally giving its stamp of approval, Motorola Mobility says its acquisition by Google can now close. [Read more]...

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ZTE Admits to Backdoor in one of its Android Devices

The Chinese handset maker included a program with a hard-coded password in its ZTE Score smartphone which gives root access. The backdoor was discovered after a user posted the credentials on Pastebin...

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Windows Phone Edging Out iPhone in China, says Microsoft

Windows Phone has inched past the iPhone at ekeing out market share in the lucrative Chinese market. [Read more]...

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Samsung’s Galaxy S III Reportedly Racks Up Over 9 Million Pre-Orders Worldwide

As if anyone needed any more proof that the Samsung’s Galaxy S III would sell like (slightly more expensive) hotcakes, a report from the Korea Economic Daily reveals that the long-awaited handset racked up over 9 million pre-orders from mobile carriers across the globe. To put that number in a bit of perspective, the tremendously popular Galaxy S II was officially unveiled at MWC in February 2011, and managed to rack up 3 million global pre-orders by the end of April. Its successor, on the other hand,...

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