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ARM Announces 64-bit ARMv8 Platform -
Possible Dolphin Browser security and privacy issues found [Updated] -
Samsung beats Apple with 28 million smartphones shipped in Q3 -
HTC Thunderbolt Gingerbread Update is Sort of Available Right Now (Updated: Again) -
More Signs Of Google Music Coming To The Android Market -
Google+ Now Open to Google Apps Users! -
New Google TV Software Finally Introduced, Available Starting “Early Next Week” -
Google Experiments Take Voice Search To Australian Desert and Great Barrier Reef [Video] -
Breaking: Sony Buys Sony Ericsson For €1.05 billion -
LG Prada K2 Pictured in the Wild -
Motorola Mobility Ships 4.8 Million Smartphones, 100,000 Tablets in Q3’11 -
Android Overload: Motorola’s Q3 Earnings Up 20%, Samsung Appeals Australian Injunction and More -
Samsung Announces Nov. 3 Launch of Galaxy Note in the UK -
As Smartphone Sales Grow, Samsung Surpasses Apple as Top Dog Manufacturer -
Google TV Honeycomb Update Ready for Primetime, Coming to Current Hardware Next Week -
Unigine Announces Plans For Expansion -
Linux 3.1 Enhances Sandy Bridge, Preps For Ivy Bridge -
Adobe Flash 11.2 Beta Brings New Linux Work -
Skype Publishes New Linux APIs w/ Video Support -
NVIDIA Publishes Linux Patches For Tegra 3 -
Skype Goes After Reverse-Engineering -
Canonical Seek To Allay Windows 8 ‘Secure Boot’ Fears -
In-Store Ubuntu Displays, PCs Come to China -
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