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LG G3 unveil likely at May 27 event

LG G3 unveil likely at May 27 event

LG has sent out an initiation to a press event that will be held on May 27. The invite isn't exactly clear on what the folks that come to the event will see, it simply says "Save the date." We do have a very good idea of what exactly the topic of this special event will be, the LG G3 smartphone, and possibly the G Watch wearable.

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LG G3 tipped to launch by end of May

LG G3 tipped to launch by end of May

LG recently published its earnings reports for Q1 of 2014. Buried inside those reports along with all the numbers on how well the company is performing was a promise of better profits in Q2 2014 thanks to a major product launch. That product tipped to be launching in Q2 to boost profits is the LG G3 smartphone.

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Apple gains ground in smartphone sales for Q1 2014, but Android still leads by a landslide

Apple gains ground in smartphone sales for Q1 2014, but Android still leads by a landslide

The latest numbers for smartphone market share for Q1 2014 are in from Kantar Worldpanel Comtech. Kantar's numbers look at the overall global smartphone market for the quarter ending in March. Apple performed strongly in the first quarter of the year and has bounced back in Europe, Japan, and Australia where it had previously lost ground to competitors.

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Geeksphone Revolution phone hits parts of Europe, pre-loaded with Android but Flashable to Firefox OS

Geeksphone Revolution phone hits parts of Europe, pre-loaded with Android but Flashable to Firefox OS

Geeksphone is a company that has made a couple smartphones that use Firefox OS rather than something more mainstream like Android. The company unveiled a new smartphone this year called the Geeksphone Revolution. When that smartphone landed, it sold for €222. Geeksphone has announced that it has cut the price of the phone and expanded availability of the Revolution.

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Nokia re-imagines itself as something different than competitors on its first ad under Microsoft

Nokia re-imagines itself as something different than competitors on its first ad under Microsoft

Nokia and Microsoft worked for a long time to get all the approvals needed for Nokia's hardware arm to become part of Microsoft. That work paid off late last week when Nokia and Microsoft finally closed the deal. Nokia has now published its very first commercial to hit the web since it was purchased by Microsoft. The commercial is called "Not like Everybody Else" and it leans on color and underdog status to set itself apart.

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