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Mobo Technology News

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Latest technology news from across the world in the first FREE android app for tech news with over 200 high quality sources. Get top technology developments streamed to your smart phone & Tablets....

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Verizon, My New Smartphone Has An Incredible Amount Of Bloatware – The Consumerist (blog)

TFTS (blog)Verizon, My New Smartphone Has An Incredible Amount Of BloatwareThe Consumerist (blog)The reason I am writing is that I have recently purchased your new Android device, the HTC Incredible, for my personal use as well as for review to ...Droid Incredible: Highly customizable, unabashedly complexLos Angeles Times (blog)Amazon Cuts HTC Droi...

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Techtree

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Techtree.com is India's leading technology daily. We feature news, reviews, and street prices on tech products available in India, as well as forums, downloads, and newsletters about the Indian consum...

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Dealerscope for Android

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Dealerscope gives retailers the knowledge they need to make the right decisions in the fast-moving consumer technology market and helps retailers more profitably market and sell consumer technology. M...

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marketnews magazine

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Marketnews Magazine - Serving Canada's Electronics, Computing & Digital Imaging Industry. Marketnews has established a long and credible reputation as the publication of record for the consumer te...

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CNET

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If you are a tech-lover, and you have an Android phone, you need CNET's free app. We keep you living in the future with award-winning tech news, reviews, and trend coverage. Find opinions and help fro...

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Deloitte SA iNsight

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Deloitte South Africa presents the Executive Insight application for Android handsets. Executive Insight provides topical and insightful business-related articles to decision-makers in the private and...

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High-end device, low-end price: the race to the middle

Best smartphones 2013With so much going on in the world of Android, it’s often hard to sleep  at night. Lovers of mobile tech around the world, with visions of even better devices, dancing in their heads. And why not? There is not a single other industry that is as intensely competitive, that yields massively improved technology each and every year.Anyway, I dig...

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Expect even more smartphone models from Samsung

Samsung LogoSamsung is pretty well known for offering a wide range of products, as well as just its flagship Galaxy smartphones. Recently the company seems to have adopted a trend of offering numerous side models to accompany a new release, such as the Mini, Active, and Google Edition Galaxy S4s. But what if I told you that the company was about to take this ...

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Why are smartphone companies losing their market value? An inside look at the smartphone industry.

Galaxy series sales If your stock portfolio is made up of big mobile technology companies, you’re probably feeling a little worried about the return on your investment recently. Over the past months we’ve seen lots of troubling financial data and weak stock performances from many of the big smartphone companies. The chart below shows the stock performance of a se...

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Google's QuickOffice Now Allows Editing Office Docs Within Chrome OS

quickoffice The future "Microsoft Office Killer" is now available in the Chrome OS developer channel. I am talking about Google's own word editing software, the QuickOffice, which now offers the possibility of editing Office documents within the operating system itself. Until now, you had to use Google Apps, which is, for the moment, a much better tool than...

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Google’s QuickOffice Now Allows Editing Office Docs Within Chrome OS

quickoffice The future "Microsoft Office Killer" is now available in the Chrome OS developer channel. I am talking about Google's own word editing software, the QuickOffice, which now offers the possibility of editing Office documents within the operating system itself. Until now, you had to use Google Apps, which is, for the moment, a much better tool than...

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Huawei Ascend P6 official: just 6.18mm thick, to start selling in June

huawei-ascend-p6Huawei has officially unveiled the Ascend P6, its latest flagship that arrives in a very thin body and with impressive specifications. To be sold in black, white, and pink variants, the handset is set to be released this summer in markets around the world, for a price that is believed to be quite The Huawei Ascend P6 features a narrow body wit...

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Former HTC execs create Kazam mobile startup

Kazam LogoTwo ex-HTC execs have partnered up to create a new mobile-related company called Kazam, which will create smartphones at some point in the future.HTC’s former head of sales and HTC’s former marketing chief for the UK region, Michael Coombes and James Atkins, respectively, are behind Kazam. In the new company, Coombes will act as the CEO, wh...

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Mirror-less Galaxy Camera 2 to be unveiled at Samsung’s June 20 event

Samsung Galaxy Camera Logo aa 3 1600We’ve seen one or two rumors pop up surrounding Samsung’s follow-up to its point-and-shoot Galaxy Camera, but now there’s some official news from Samsung; CEO Shin Jong-Kyun has stated that the company will be unveiling its mirror-less Galaxy Camera 2 at the Premiere 2013 event in London on June 20th.In our own review the original Galaxy...

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HTC One Mini’s existence confirmed, set for an August release

HTC One mini 1We’ve only heard a few little pieces and rumors here and there regarding the new HTC One Mini, and even though it looks almost certain that the handset exists, nothing concrete has come out from HTC so far. However, some more information has recently emerged from sources “familiar with the matter”.According to two informants briefed o...

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Is a Chrome dongle in the works? We’re doubtful.

Chromebook-PIxel-logo-AAOur living room is fast becoming the new battleground for tech manufacturers and service providers. The XBox One announcement was ripe with talk of TV functionality, and Google has long had their Google TV hardware. A recurring rumor suggests that Google may have another piece of hardware in mind for our precious HDMI ports.[quotenew qtext="Keep in...

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Texas Instruments MaxLife tech brings fast-charging and 30% longer Li-ion battery life

Texas InstrumentsIf I were a betting man, I’d wager that having to repeatedly charge a handset makes its way into virtually everyone’s list of top smartphone complaints, especially as processors continually step-up their power requirements in the pursuit of a little more performance.Back in late March, we initially covered some new Texas Instruments chips that...

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AMD wants to get into Android and Chrome. Literally.

AMDAt a Computex conference, Senior Vice President of AMD Lisa Su said “We are very committed to Windows 8; we think it’s a great operating system, but we also see a market for Android and Chrome developing as well”. This could bode well for mobile tech fans, as AMD processors can pack a punch.Fortunately, this is not AMD’s first foray int...

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Intel Introduces Silvermont Architecture for Tablets and Smart Phones

Silvermont Intel upgraded its Atom line of mobile processors with the new Silvermont architecture. Silvermont is a Bay Trail-T System on Chip (SoC) and it's a totally new design and includes a new LTE modem. This Silvermont line of SoC is built on a 22 nanometer process, in order to be fully compatible with Intel's new generation of Haswell chips. The coo...

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Intel announces plans to pair Bay Trail SoCs with new XMM 7160 LTE chip

Intel-LogoToResizeIntel may not be one of the biggest players in the mobile world, but they are working hard to change this. Recently we reported on Intel’s acquisition of a GPS chip division that could play into their future mobile plans, but their mobile ambitions certainly don’t end there. Earlier today at Computex 2013, Intel officially revealed its ...

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Sony Xperia M announced: a sleek mid-ranger with a dual-SIM version

Sony Xperia M The new Sony Xperia M may not be fabulous in terms of specifications, but it may prove a great option for those looking for an affordable device.Rumored to be working on the high-end Togari and making plans to sell the Xperia Z with a carrier in the U.S., Sony hasn’t forgot about the low and mid-end segments of the market.The Sony Xperia M fa...

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Asus Transformer Book Trio runs Windows 8 and Android at the same time

Transformer Book Trio Credit: Engadget Just when you were thinking that Android tablets couldn’t get more awesome, Asus comes to surprise once again with the new Transformer Book Trio, showcased moments ago at this year’s Computex show. The special thing about the Trio is that it can power two operating systems at the same time: Windows 8 and Android.This late...

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Google Glass facial recognition apps not allowed until “strong privacy protections” are in place

Google GlassPosting on its Project Glass Google+ page, Google revealed that it won’t allow Google Glass apps that use facial recognition features for the time being, as long as “strong privacy protections” aren’t in place.The news is not unsurprising considering the on-going privacy-related debate we’re witnessing in connection with Google Glass. Eve...

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Google Glass Forbids Apps Using Facial Recognition Sofware Until Further Notice

google glass Google said no to Facial Recognition Apps for its Google Glass gadget today, in an official company posting on Google+ social network. Well, at least until they will have protection in their device, in order to prevent its user to abuse someone else's privacy. I am not sure how they will manage to sort that thing out, but we will see soon enough...

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LG Optimus G Pro finally rolling out to rest of Asia this June

LG Optimus G Pro Did you know that LG‘s current flagship Android smartphone, the 5.5-inch Optimus G Pro, still hasn’t been made available in Asia outside of South Korea? Indeed it hasn’t, at least not officially, that is. But soon that will no longer be the case, as LG plans on releasing the said handset starting today.The LG Optimus G Pro, which...

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Alcatel One Touch Idol coming to the U.S. for $299

idol-one-touchLooking for a cheap, unlocked smartphone around the $300 mark? Alcatel is hoping you will consider its One Touch Idol ($299), which is now making its way over to the United States for sale directly via Alcatel’s website.The big question is whether you should care. In a pre-Nexus 4 world? Sure, it might have been worth giving it a glance. Unfo...

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Samsung uses their components business as a weapon against competition

Samsung Logo 645pxSo often, we decry Samsung for being proprietary. Their TouchWiz, apps, and services are all very much geared toward people buying Samsung devices. This isn’t wrong or nefarious, it’s just not what we’d like to see from such a well known brand. Android is proudly open source, and the development community is phenomenal to keep it that way.Whi...

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