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Samsung’s Galaxy S4 vs. Apple’s Next iPhone: Battle Royale

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With the unveiling of the Galaxy S4, the pressure is on Apple to offer a major iPhone upgrade. continue…

Rooting and Quickening the Galaxy S III

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Back in November, I gave five reasons to stick with my first-gen Galaxy S phone. Now it’s nearly March and the worst has indeed happened: I cracked the screen on the old warhorse and it’s no longer usable. So today, I’ll share my experience with the current hot-rod, Samsung’s Galaxy S III. Rooting One of the main reasons I held out with my old phone for so long was rooting, which everybody knows can be quite a challenge. I’ve been… continue…

Samsung Adopts Tizen OS. Stay Calm

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Samsung’s finally released its much-anticipated Tizen smartphone, a welcome development in a market dominated by just two operating systems, Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android. Tizen’s goal is to create an open ecosystem that will be compatible with all mobile browsers. For developers, the OS offers an interesting challenge: It provides a flexible environment based on jQuery and jQuery Mobile, and its SDK will allow them to build applications by using HTML 5. As a result, experienced programmers should be able… continue…

Apple Stands as Top Mobile Phone Vendor in U.S.: Strategy Analytics

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Strategy Analytics placed Apple atop the heap as the top mobile phone vendor in the U.S. continue…

Apple In Decline? Probably Not.

While some critics are declaring Apple in trouble, it’s helpful to remember that the company has survived “train wrecks” before. continue…

Rumors of Apple’s Doom May Prove Premature

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Scuttlebutt about Apple cutting its iPhone components orders has led to a plunge in the company’s stock price. continue…

Is Windows RT Doomed?

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Samsung, Hewlett-Packard and other manufacturers seem reluctant to embrace Windows RT at the moment. continue…

Cisco, Intel, Others Need Hyperscale Datacenter Tech (Or Else)

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If Intel, Cisco, HP and other vendors don’t develop proprietary chip architectures within the next few years, they could face trouble. continue…

Are Flexible Screens the Next Big Thing?

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Samsung showed off some flexible screens for mobile devices at this year’s CES. They’re not the first firm to toy with that tech. continue…

Does CES Matter Anymore?

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The Consumer Electronics Show, kicking off this week, finds itself at a crossroads. continue…