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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Suggests a stronger mobile focus.
With smartphone integration, is the Skeltr a keyboard revolution or just a misguided millennial?
Motorola's dream looks dead.
No support for Nexus 5 or 7, though.
Adds £6bn to the company's cap.
Denies mobile market exit, though.
Pivots the platform to IoT projects.
Lumia powered, naturally.
Data stored in an insecure fashion.
Affects 4.3 through to the latest 5.1.1.
Concentrating on Win 10 proper for now.
Offload engine quadruples lifespan.
Bristol-based subsidiary for the chop.
Smartphone-cum-desktop due this year.
Roll-back at your peril.
Suitable for even the slimmest smartphone.
Two US and one UK company get cash.
Partners with Bq on entry-level handset.
512MB devices getting in the preview.
Divide-and-conquer approach to Android.
Eight inches the cut-off point.
Also shows off Contour controller.
SS7 allows for data capture, eavesdropping.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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