The Intel Powered ZTE Geek Shows off for the Press

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  The ZTE gives its Geek Intel Atom power with a hint of Androids Jelly Bean! ZTE has been pumping out mid range and flagship phones for a while now. Most recently the ZTE Quantum was said to be heading to Sprint while the ZTE Force has made its way to Boost Mobile as well as ...

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The Asus FonePad Shows Off A little Aluminum Skin Before MWC Debut

If the world has a Padfone, it must have a Fonepad right…right? Asus is an awesome company that produces great products at affordable prices. In the past the company walked out on a thin ledge all by themselves and introduced a device that housed a smart phone in the back of a tablet. The details ...

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Intel and Acer Team Up Create the Liquid C1 Heads To Southeast Asia

When Intel and Android get together, the outcome can only be awesome right? Currently there are nine smart phones that are running with Intel inside. Most recently Motorola and Intel teamed up to produce two variations of the RAZR i but Intel’s plans on moving into the mobile space did not stop there. Just a ...

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The New Motorola RAZR i MT788 For China Mobile

  When a company in any market place finds a winner, the tendency is to burn it for all its worth! Motorola found much success in the RAZR branding in the past producing over 15 variation of the infamous razor thin flip style icon the RAZR. After a bit of down time for the brand Motorola ...

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The New Motorola RAZR i with Intel Inside

There is an old saying that goes, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. That saying is surely true in most cases, but does not address improvement. It may not be broken, but it can surely perform better! Motorola has been making the RAZR line up of phones for quite some time and they just ...

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Apple Dropping Intel in the Future: This Means a Verizon iPhone is Really Coming?

Friendships and rivalries in the world of high tech rarely last. Apple and Intel's future together might be in jeopardy concerning iOS. Intel bought Infineon's wireless department last month, but it looks like Apple might ditch Infineon's chips in favor of Qualcomm's for powering the actual cellular part of the iPhone. This news comes from ...

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