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HTC Turns to China and Low-Cost Phones for Better Sales


HTC plans to turn to low-cost phones for better sales, allowing them to expand into emerging markets throughout the globe.

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Kyocera Torque Coming to Spring Soon, Rugged and Tough


Sprint has recently released information concerning their new Android 4.0 smartphone, the Kyocera Torque, and its availability for purchase on the Sprint network.

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Skype for Android Update Brings Portrait Calling And More Languages


Skype for Android received a nice update today that includes a new tablet friendly feature: video calling in portrait view on your Android tablet.

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Facebook Graph Search Arrives For Early Beta Users


Alongside the Graph Search release just 9 days ago, Facebook put out a beta waiting list. Now, according to The Verge, reports have been coming in that Facebook is rolling out Graph Search to early beta users. We joined the waiting list just a few hours after the big event. However, we are having no luck accessing it.

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Ramos W42 Boasts Quad Core And 9.4 Inches for $218


Ramos, a Chinese technology company, is trying to cash in on the tablet boom. The device pictured above is the Ramos W42 tablet. It's 9.4 inch IPS display has a 1280 x 800 pixel screen resolution.

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Facebook Blocks Twitter’s Vine From Accessing Your Friends


Earlier today, Twitter introduced a new video sharing service called Vine. The main goal of the service is to have social networking users share videos instantly on Twitter and Facebook. The main drawback? Well, there's a few.

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Nokia Laser And Catwalk Rumored To Be Verizon’s Next Lumia Devices


With Nokia Lumia sales reaching 4.4 million in Q4, Nokia is looking to continue growing the Lumia line in 2013. For starters, we told you this morning that Nokia is rumored to be preparing up to 6 new devices for the first half of 2013. Soon after that post, even more rumors flooded the web about Nokia's next offerings.

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Temple Run 2 Android, Now Available in Google Play


Last week we told you that Imangi Studios was releasing Temple Run 2 for iOS devices. It was also made official by Keith Shepherd, co-founder of Imangi, that an Android version was to be released on January 24th.

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Nokia Confirms The End of Symbian With The PureView 808


Nokia first showed off the 808 PureView in February 2012 at Mobile World Congress, with the main feature of the device being its 41 megapixel camera. In addition, the 808 PureView featured Nokia's Sybmian as its operating system, an odd choice considering Nokia's close partnership with Microsoft these days.

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FCC Filing Reveals Google Working On Wireless Network


In July of last year, Google unveiled Fiber, an experimental internet service based on fiber optics. Now, Google may be taking their internet service provider role one step further.

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MySpace Officially Relaunches With Tons of Timberlake


The new MySpace was introduced on September 24, 2012, over a year after Justin Timberlake and Specific Media purchased MySpace for $35 million. This was a significant drop in price from when News Corp. bought MySpace for $580 million in 2005.

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Lenovo Preparing “Convertible” Android Tablet With Intel


After making an appearance at CES 2013 with the IdeaPad Yoga 11S (shown above), Lenovo is reportedly planning to introduce an Android version of the convertible.

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Nexus 4 Production Stopped, LG Preparing New Device?


Despite experiencing constant shortages of the Nexus 4, it is being reported that LG is stopping production of the Nexus 4. Sales for the most recent Nexus smartphone were not reported to be through the roof, however, there was enough demand over the past few months to put LG and Google on the hot seat. If the Nexus 4 was doing so well, why would LG be halting production?

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Pantech Perception Leaks Out On Verizon With 720p Display


Thanks to a render picked up by Unwired View, we have reason to believe that Pantech is bringing a device similar to the Discover over to Verizon.

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Corning Gorilla Glass 3 is Making Devices Even More Indestructible


As represented in the image above, Corning had something new and tough up their sleeve for this year's CES. More specifically, Corning Incorporated is an American based company that works primarily on glass ceramics. Most popularly, the company has become known for their production of Gorilla Glass.

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