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Microsoft updated the Cortana Beta with a new user interface and additional functionality.
Palm is releasing a $350 companion phone that's effectively pointless.
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Google has never explicitly discussed its Apple-like policy of keeping previous generation devices around at reduced prices.
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This week, Google announced lots of new hardware. But if that's all you got from the event, you're missing the point.
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OnePlus' next flagship leaks in all its glory.
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Google has announced the immediate availability of Android Studio 3.2, its mobile app development environment.