Technology – 04 February 2013

Hewlett-Packard to Sell Chromebook Laptop With Google Software

Written by Aaron Ricadela, Published on Bloomberg

Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) will start selling its first Chromebook laptop, entering the market for low-priced portables running an operating system from Google Inc. that emphasizes working on the Web.

Benchmarks appear for five new Samsung devices

Written by Brittany Hillen, Published on Slash Gear

GLBenchmarks for five new, unannounced Samsung devices have surfaced, including model GT-I9150/GT-I9152. Recently, benchmarks had surfaced for Samsung’s GT-B9150, as well as several other devices.

Android devices can soon run Windows software with Wine for Android

Written by J. Angelo Racoma, Published on E 27

Wine for Android will soon let Android smartphone and tablet users run Windows software. Is this overkill for mobile devices, or a big challenge for Microsoft?

HTC Says Margins May Slip Further

Written by LORRAINE LUK, Published on WSJ

Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. said Monday its revenue and profitability in the first quarter may slip further due to intense competition from rivals Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. and emerging low-cost phone makers.

BlackBerry faces double challenge in India and Indonesia

Published on The Guardian

Company must launch cheap handsets for low-end subscribers but convince wealthier users to buy Z10 and Q10, say analysts.

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