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Got room for another S4 on your wishlist?
OUYA set up camp outside the L.A. Convention Center so that the entire public can check out the new Android console.
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The Wikipad 7 will cost $249, cheaper than Nvidia's Tegra 4-charged Shield.
VIA is introducing an Android-based computer in a cardboard box. Yes, we know most electronics ship in cardboard boxes, but this is different.
AMD is looking beyond supporting just Windows 8.
Is the M4 a smaller, cheaper HTC One?
Samsung has confirmed that the UK will get its ruggedized version of the S4.
Nvidia's CEO shoots down talk about building a smartphone or tablet.
The tougher S4 is finally official.
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Toshiba is releasing three new Android tablets later this month, one of which will have Nvidia's Tegra 3 SoC and the other two sporting the new Tegra 4.
For now, Google is not accepting apps with facial recognition.
Asus is kicking off Computex week with a couple of new tablets.
There's already a dark side to Google Glass.
GamePop will cost more than OUYA.
SpeedUp is introducing a super-thin Android tablet next month during COMPUTEX.
It's the first locally manufactured smartphone, says Motorola.
A version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 will feature a "Clover Trail" Atom SoC.
An Acer AIO PC sporting Android and a Core i5 "Haswell" CPU has been spotted on multiple retailer websites.
The unlocked white Nexus 4 from LG is now on Google Play starting at $299.
Sundar Pichai talks Android during the D11 conference.
Nvidia's handheld Android console is almost here.
Italian Company 2045Tech has launched Floome, a highly accurate breathalyser for your smartphone that requires no batteries.
The Galaxy S4 has a new baby brother.
Looks like the 7-inch Wikipad Android gaming tablet is almost here.