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Blackphone: The $630 Privacy and Security Focused Android Smartphone

Is your security and privacy worth $630 plus another $120 per year beyond the first year? If so, The Silent Circle Blackphone might be for you.

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Slideshow: First Ubuntu Phones

The first Ubuntu phones are the Meizu MX3 and BQ Aquaris. Check out our photos of Ubuntu software in action, as well as prototypes of the forthcoming phones.

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Some Samsung Galaxy S5s will Ship with Intel LTE Inside

Hermann Eul, head of mobile at Intel, confirms the win to CNET but doesn't provide any details about the chip or where the devices will ship. [Read more]    ...

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Intel Launches New Atom Processors, Touts Mobile Wins

The chip giant says during Mobile World Congress that it's making real progress in mobile and that it has signed new agreements with Lenovo, Asus, Dell, and Foxconn. [Read more]    ...

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This is Nokia X: Android and Windows Phone Collide

It’s official, the Nokia X Android phone is here. Microsoft might be buying Nokia’s phone business shortly, but the Finnish smartphone maker is still pushing ahead with the a launch of three Android-powered handsets today. The Verge first revealed details about Nokia’s plans in December, and the company is now...

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