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Snapdragon’s S4 Pro dual cores were extremely impressive performers that not only competed with, but also outperformed many quad-core chipsets. So it is hardly surprising that S4 Pro’s quad core variant completely demolishes its competition.

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LG

Android handsets might be selling like hot cakes, but it is still difficult to be an Android handset manufacturer. Android devices are dime a dozen, with new ones being introduced almost every week. It’s not easy to make your flagship standout. LG is hoping that a wide array of software enhancements will give the Optimus 4X HD an edge.

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Firefox 15 Beta

Mozilla is introducing support for the Opus audio format, which is being proposed as an alternative to AAC and Ogg audio formats that are currently the most commonly used in <audio> tags.

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An UK court has instructed Apple to run newspaper ads and publish notices stating that Samsung didn’t copy the iPad’s design for its Tab.

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Samsung Mobile Display is accusing LG of stealing and leaking its proprietary OLED display technology, after the arrest of 5 LG executives

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AT&T has slashed Nokia Lumia 900′s price to $49.99 with a two year contract, in an effort to boost sales of Nokia’s much hyped flagship Windows Phone 7 device.

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Social Q&A site Formspring has been hacked, and a dump of user passwords has appeared online. As a precautionary measure, Formspring is forcing every user to reset his password.

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Google Chrome 21 Beta Introduces Native Support for Webcams and Gamepads

Google Chrome 21 has hit the beta channels. New features include native support for hardware peripherals like webcams and gamepads.

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New Android malware is targeting subscribers of China’s largest mobile phone operator to rake up their phone bills.

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CyanogenMod team has revealed that CyanogenMod 10 will introduce Jelly Bean support to all phones that are currently supported by CM 9.

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Microsoft has announced that existing Windows XP, Vista, and 7 users will be able to upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for only $40.

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Yammer

Microsoft has announced that it will be buying enterprise social network Yammer for $1.2 billion in cash. The social network will be folded into the Office division, where it will continue to be developed as an independent product.

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We all knew that the Galaxy S3 is selling like hot cakes. Now, Samsung has come out and divulged exactly how well its new flagship is doing.

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ESSET has published 25 most commonly used passwords and debit/credit card pins. The list includes usual suspects like “password” and “qwerty”.

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Google’s CEO Larry Page is said to have lost his voice due to unknown illness.Concerns are being raised about the seriousness of his ailment as Google refuses to offer specifics.

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