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Broadcom Offers To Buy Qualcomm In Largest Tech Deal Ever

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Last week, Apple announced that it would be moving forward with the production of its iPhones and iPads without its longtime microchip partner, Qualcomm. This week, semiconductor giant Broadcom has officially offered to purchase its rival for about $130 billion. The proposed deal comes in the midst of an intense legal battle between Qualcomm and Apple, in which...


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Apple Hints At Future Without Qualcomm

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Big news broke last night, as the Wall Street Journal reported that Apple would start designing their products without Qualcomm components moving forward. This is a result of the ongoing legal battle between the two tech companies, where Qualcomm ultimately cut off Apple’s access to the software that is necessary for testing Qualcomm chips. Instead, Apple will...


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Essential Phone Price Has Been Slashed By $200

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Andy Rubin’s infamous Essential Phone has had its price permanently cut by $200. The disappointing smartphone is still pricey though, with its new cost of $499. So far, the phone has failed to live up to its promise as a real competitor to the highly-popular iPhones. Essential Phone Flops Originally priced at $700 each, the Essential Phone’...


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AT&T Announces Exclusive Dual Screen Smartphone

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In a world where every newly-released smartphone looks the same as the one before it, ZTE and AT&T are switching things up and creating a uniquely-designed dual screen device. The ZTE Axon M will include two 5.2-inch 1080p screens that will be attached to one another via a bezel. The screens can be folded back-to-back...


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Microsoft Confirms Demise Of The Windows Phone

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Over the weekend, Microsoft confirmed it will no longer work on development of the Windows Phone, essentially delivering the death knell to the disappointing mobile device. This means there will be no more new hardware or features coming to Windows Mobile courtesy of Microsoft. Windows Phone Fails Originally released in 2010, the Windows Phone was viewed as the...


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