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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Will hit shop shelves early 2015.
New low-end phones will use Microsoft and Nokia cloud features but run Android apps.
Meizu and mq to launch before year's end.
Thermostat makers hit the big time.
The bottom may be in sight, though.
First Project Denver part outed.
French mobile manufacturer broadening budget phone lineup.
Lower power, faster performance than LPDDR3.
Android smartphones to get VR too.
Phonebloks concept inches to reality.
Full RemoteFX gesture support included.
Watchers warn despite signs of growth.
But was that the company's plan all along?
Stacking to boost performance, capacity.
Crossbar Arrays proved in the fab.
Promises to beat a 185W 8800 GTX in 2W.
No plans, so long as demand continues.
We get hands on with Huawei's surprisingly elegant new flagship phone.
New 4.7in flagship handset is just 6mm thick and sports an aluminium body.
Sees serious growth in the post-PC market.
Grabs the reins and pushes forward.
Free deployment on iOS and Android.
Predecessor confirms his regrets on that front.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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