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According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, global smartphone shipments grew 47 percent annually to reach 230 million units in the second quarter of 2013. Android captured a record 80 percent share all smartphone volumes worldwide, while Microsoft solidified its position in third place.
Toshiba today announced an affordable new addition to its line of universal docking stations, the dynadock V3.0. The dynadock V3.0 is an one-cable connection that instantly "docks" any Window-based laptop to an extra monitor and multiple devices at any given time.
Investor Carl Icahn filed a lawsuit on Thursday to try to block Dell from setting a new record date ahead of a crucial shareholders' vote, which will decide on the future of the company.
Later today Motorola will provide official details on the Moto X, a made-in- America smartphone. The much-hyped Android phone from the Google-owned company is said to have a few differentiating features.
Netflix today introduced "Profiles," a new feature that makes it easier for everyone in the household to get the most out of Netflix.
Shuttle Computer has made available in Europe a Slim PC with Intel Celeron 847 processor. The machine, marketed under the name DS47, is approximately 39 mm thin.
Apple promised to patch a vulnerability recently reported by Georgia Tech researchers, in which a third-party charger with a hidden computer could install malware when an iOS device was plugged in and unlocked.
Texas Instruments (TI) has unveiled the first single-chip DockPort interface solution. The HD3SS2521 delivers audio/video (A/V), USB data and power over a single cable between a notebook, ultrabook or tablet PC and a docking station or dongle.
AMD today announced the opening of a new design centre in Hyderabad, featuring lab facilities dedicated to furthering both software and hardware technologies at the heart of AMD's Accelerated Processing Units (APUs.)
Nvidia has released the Android-based SHIELD handheld game console and the first teardown of the device unveils its internal components.
Nokia has been providing venue maps to its business partners like Bing for over a year. Today, the Finish company extends its indoor mapping partnerships to Qualcomm to help create new indoor location-based services.
The reports around the launch timing of an iPad mini with Retina display has taken a new twist with the WSJ reporting that Apple may have turned to Samsung to help supply sufficient Retina displays for the next-gen portable device.
The requests Twitter has received during the first half of the year from governments around the world to release user's private information have been increased by 40 percent, the microblogging company said Wednesday.
Sony reported a higher than expected first-quarter operating profit on Thursday, boosted by strong sales of its Xperia smartphones in Japan, the rising shipments of image sensors to phone makers and a weak yen.

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