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LG sells 10 million L Series Android phones, says they’re for dedicated followers of fashion

LG has announced sales of its four L Series phones have reached the impressive figure of 10 million.

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Barnes & Noble reduces Nook Simple Touch e-reader to $80

Barnes & Noble knocked $20 off the cost of its Simple Touch e-reader over the weekend. Consumers can now pick up the dedicated reading device for $79.


Samsung reveals even more Premium Suite features for the Galaxy S3 in new video

Further details on Samsung's Premium Suite update, heading for the Galaxy S3 smartphone soon, have been revealed in a second video. This time it concentrates on new camera and accessibility features.

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Samsung teaser promises something new and innovative at CES 2013

Samsung has released an 18-second teaser video, hinting at exciting things to come during CES 2013, which begins on January 8. The video is so cryptic though, it gives absolutely nothing away, leaving it down to us to speculate what it has in store.


Weekly mobile news recap: Now is the winter of Microsoft’s discontent

It doesn't feel like winter yet, does it? We don't think so, but some mobile companies are trying to get into the spirit of the season. Google is doing so by giving updates to all its apps, while Microsoft's Windows 8 OS has going the melodramatic, poetic…


Best apps and updates of the week: The Orchestra, Grand Theft Auto, and more

You're probably already doing plenty of hectic shopping at the moment, so the last thing you want to do is add the app store as another place to sift through racks for the perfect purchase. Check out the updates like Zite 2.0, new offerings like Falcon Pro…


Researchers develop LCD contact lens that displays your text messages

Potentially ideal for checking recent text messages or emails, a breakthrough in LCD and contact lens development could result in amazing applications.

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Apple and Google team up to buy Kodak’s patents

While Kodak continues the bankruptcy process started during early 2012, Apple and Google join forces to snag Kodak's imaging patent library.


Google to start charging new users for its Apps for Business service

Google has announced that its Apps for Business suite is not longer free for new subscribers.


Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 Twitter campaign goes horribly wrong

Microsoft launched a Twitter advertising campaign aimed at getting Android users to complain about their devices. However, the company's ploy flopped.


Hands on with the new iTunes Remote 3.0 app for iOS

With iTunes 11’s release last week, Apple also quietly updated the free Remote app for iOS, adding new functionality and a new look. iTunes Remote for iOS is a useful, yet little-heralded, app that allows users to control their iTunes library from their iOS…


Move over iPod Shuffle: Here comes Samsung’s Galaxy Muse MP3 player

Samsung has just launched its $50 Galaxy Muse MP3 player, an accessory to its existing line of Galaxy smartphones.


Turn your iPad into a party machine with these accessories and controllers

Our favorite toys, controllers, and accessories for the iPad. Turn your iPad into a party machine.


What happens to the Web now that smartphones and tablets run the show?

Everyone knows smartphones and tablets are hot, but guess what? By some reckonings, they've eroded almost two thirds of the Wintel empire.


Samsung to add new features to the Galaxy S3 with its Premium Suite update

Samsung has released a video showing a series of new features to be added to the Galaxy S3 smartphone. They will form part of the Premium Suite, which will be added when the phone is updated to Android 4.1.2 in the near future.

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