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HTC promises change after admitting its bulky LTE phones have been weak so far

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HTC on Monday reported that the company’s fourth quarter earnings missed analysts’ estimates. While speaking on the vendor’s earnings call, HTC’s chief financial officer said that the manufacturer ”dropped the ball” with its 2011 devices, SlashGear reports. Winston Yung admitted that the company’s LTE handsets were too thick, offered insufficient battery life...
HTC promises change after admitting its bulky LTE phones have been weak so far
RIM to delay analyst meetings until BlackBerry 10 devices launch

Rumor: Liquidmetal for next iPhone, ceramic for Galaxy S III

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A rumor surfacing Wednesday has both Apple and Samsung turning towards exotic materials for their next-generation smartphones. Apple would purportedly take advantage of its Liquidmetal patent deal, ETNews said, to get a shell that was both thin and light but resistant to external damage. The design was "expected" to show...
Rumor: Liquidmetal for next iPhone, ceramic for Galaxy S III

Sony launches Xperia NXT lineup in U.S., available unlocked from $300

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This morning Sony announced that is is bringing its Xperia NXT Series to the US with all three devices including the Xperia S, Xperia P, and Xperia U now available unlocked through Sony stores across the country, sony.com/NXT, Newegg.com, and various other online retailers. While we don’t get LTE with...
Sony launches Xperia NXT lineup in U.S., available unlocked from $300

NVIDIA CEO suggests Kepler GPUs could be headed to future 'superphones'

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NVIDIA looking for a piece of next-generation smartphones shouldn't come as much of a surprise to anyone, but CEO Jen-Hsun Huang dropped a few details in a recent email to staffers that's sure to spur at least a little excitement. As AnandTech reports, in addition to marking the launch...
NVIDIA CEO suggests Kepler GPUs could be headed to future 'superphones'
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