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It's a massive phone, or maybe it's a tiny tablet. Some call it a phablet.
A camera that can play Angry Birds and upload photos directly to your social network of choice.
The Nexus 4 is looking pretty pricey in Europe.
Smartphone sold over 10 million units in two months.
Verizon Wireless is closing its Android app store as of January 2013.
South Korean conglomerate dominates 26 percent share of smartphone and non-smartphone market.
Device apparently features a 1.4GHz processor and 720x1280 HD display.
Galaxy S4 rumored for an unveil during February, 2013.
Manufacturing defect related to water damage resulted in Sony delaying sale of the tablet last month.
Google experiences massive growth in the smartphone market.
Samsung's pride and joy is selling like hot cakes.
Apple's App Store features over quarter of a million apps designed specifically for the iPad.
Firm wants to avoid "techy nonsense left over from the paleolithic era of computing".
Device set to run on Ice Cream Sandwich version and feature Wi-Fi support.
Company has yet to announce a new release date.
Under the new system, a stolen phone wouldn't work on any network.
A little later than expected.
The Nexus 7 is selling like hot cakes.
A mid-range phone for Eastern Europe.
RIM experiencing several arge firms moving thousands of employees from BlackBerry to iPhones and Android-powered smartphones.
Google providing stiff competition to Apple's iPad.
Nexus Q, we hardly knew ye.
The gloves are off.
One of the most popular internet video sensations goes live to launch Samsung's latest Galaxy device.
Google and LG's smartphone releasing in two weeks.
Nexus 4 was announced just recently.
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