Gameloft bringing its most popular HD games to Intel smartphones and tablets

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One of the dangers of entering the tech market with a new product is the necessary adaptation that other manufacturers or developers will have to make to support your product. This is especially true in the processor market, where many software and firmware companies of entrenched themselves in ...

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Orange debuts Intel Medfield-powered Santa Clara

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Orange has announced their first Android handset to feature an Intel Medfield chipset, tapping the Santa Clara with a summer release.  Making its debut as Europe’s first Android smartphone to pack the new mobile processor, the device will launch with Android 2.3 Gingerbread but see an Ice ...

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Opera debuts Opera 12, Mini Next, and support for Intel chipsets

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Opera Software has announced a number of mobile initiatives at Mobile World Congress, many of which have Android implications.  For starters, there’s a new version of their popular mobile web browser, Opera 12, which improves on its predecesor with a few added features. WebGL on Android ...

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ZTE intros the quad-core, Android 4.0 “Era’

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Thus far, this Mobile World Congress is proving that Chinese handset makers are not second-tier  mobile phone companies. Huawei introduced a sexy tablet and three new smartphones, one which  is world’s fastest phone according to the manufacturer. Now another famous Chinese brand, ZTE, has ...

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Andy Rubin: More than 850,000 Android devices activated daily; 450,000 apps in Market

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It’s hardly even a story anymore that Android is now father of all the mobile operating systems.  However, we still love to document the platform’s growth and share the occasional milestone.  You’ll remember that just 2 months ago at Q42011 conference call, Andy Rubin ...

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Android security warning: SoundHound transmitting user location and Google account information

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We’ve just gotten a tip about a potential privacy issue with the SoundHound app, a popular music service that users can download from the Market. Apparently, the app transmits a user’s exact location, along with unique device IDs and Google account information back to ...

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T-Mobile launching HTC One S in the U.S.

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The HTC One X is making its way to the U.S. exclusively via AT&T, but they’re not the only ones getting some HTC One love.T-Mobile USA will be launching the HTC One S, which features a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED qHD display, and Ice Cream ...

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HTC officially announces HTC One Series

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It’s here, the announcement we’ve all been looking forward to for a few months now. HTC has officially announced their new series, known simply as HTC One. The line includes three devices: the HTC One X, One S, and last but not least, One V. HTC seems incredibly focused on Sense, ...

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AT&T to be exclusive U.S. carrier of the HTC One X

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HTC just announced the HTC One X, which will be launched globally in April. If you’re a U.S. user that just can’t wait to get your hands on one, we’ve got some good news for you. AT&T officially announced that they will be carrying HTC’s monster in the U.S. ...

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HTC blows us away at MWC, announces countless new features

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HTC just hit the stage at MWC, and they started off with a bang. Peter Chou, the Taiwanese company’s CEO, showcased some amazing new technology they’ve been working on, and I’ll try my best to sum it all up. First, Chou introduced Sense 4, the latest version of their UI, and ...

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Sony officially announces Xperia P and Xperia U

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Now that Samsung and Huawei have stolen the show, it’s Sony’s turn to show us what they’ve got at Mobile World Congress. Sony officially announced their new flagship devices, the Xperia U and Xperia P. The Xperia U is rocking a 3.5-inch Reality display with BRAVIA Mobile ...

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Samsung introduces updated Galaxy Beam, projector phone of the future?

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Sammy has officially announced the Samsung Galaxy Beam. It’s the projector phone Samsung tweeted about, and it’s all about fun. It’s actually the updated version of the Galaxy Beam that was launched a few years ago, which was somewhat of a flop. However, the updated version ...

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Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 at MWC, Galaxy Note 10.1 confirmed

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At Mobile World Congress, Samsung officially unveiled yet another new tablet under the Galaxy Tab brand, presenting the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. It’s Samsung’s second ICS tablet, the first being the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. The Tab 2 10.1. It’s essentially the same as the original ...

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Huawei announces three Android phones, and the MediaPad at MWC

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Huawei kicked off MWC by announcing several new devices, and all of them are going to make you drool. They literally stole the show by launching Ascend D1, Ascend D Quad, Ascend D Quad XL and the MediaPad 10. The 3 smartphones they launched are going to be the best of the line, and the... Read More

Duracell showcases Powermat WiCC, the future of wireless charging

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Duracell’s Powermat is a pretty well-known name in the mobile industry, offering wireless charging for various smartphones over the past several years. There’s a base station that actually does the charging, and then a proprietary replacement battery door that would connect to the ...

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