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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 17, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 17, 2012

Happy Thursday, everyone. Friday's right around the corner and that means the weekend is almost here! But for now, we're chugging along to give you the tech news you need to know. First out of the gate today - Comcast boosts data cap to 300GB, adds tiered plans. And speaking of data, let's go to mobile news - T-Mobile announced contract-free data passes. And in other major mobile news, the HTC Evo 4G LTE is set for a May 23 release.

Samsung’s Software Wake-Up

Samsung’s Software Wake-Up

Samsung's new Galaxy S III isn't short on superlatives - its quadcore chip and HD Super AMOLED display spring to mind - but the biggest upgrade is surprisingly in software, not hardware. There's no denying that the Galaxy S III raises the game from the Galaxy S II, bringing the new flagship up to scratch in competing with HTC's One X and steeling itself for the incoming iPhone 5. Yet, while Samsung excels in hardware, it's software and ecosystem which took the focus of the company's launch.

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Google to sell Motorola’s hardware division to Huawei?

Google to sell Motorola’s hardware division to Huawei?

It’s fair to say that Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility was a big deal, raising questions about what the Android giant was planning to do with the hardware side of Motorola. While most people immediately thought Google could create their own Nexus devices, the company dismissed such plans, saying it planned to keep Motorola as a separate entity. After speaking with various sources, The Wall Street Journal suggests that Google was only interested in Motorola for the patents, and is planning to sell the hardware division to Huawei.

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Mobile World Congress 2012 Wrap-up

Mobile World Congress 2012 Wrap-up

At what must be one of the most beautiful venues on earth to have a conference such as this, we've got Mobile World Congress 2012, a yearly event which takes the whole world's mobile device market and gathers it up into one big week-long masterpiece. Of course it's not as perfectly simple as that, and if you've never been to the event or have never tried to follow along with the news that spills forth from it before, you may very well have a hard time fitting all the pieces together. That's why we've got this easy to read, easy to decipher guide for you to work your way through all of the devices and services announced, displayed, and teased during the events - have a look!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 13, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 13, 2012

This weekend seems to have been all about one video, the one that you really need to watch if you've not seen it already: the one with the guy shooting a laptop full of exploding-tipped bullets with his pistol. Next there's been another form of aggression in the digital streets, that being Paul McCartney's pulling of every one of his tracks from streaming services across the earth. See Don Reisinger display his true addiction to the world of DVR, see the all-powerful Nokia N9 with Ice Cream Sandwich, and check out the posthumous Grammy given to none other than Steve Jobs - accepted by Apple's software exec.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 6, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 6, 2012

There's been a bit of furor over the most recent of our ever-so-loved legal battles that you'll all love to hear: Motorola has demanded 2.25% of Apple's sales for use of their 3G patent. Have a heart and listen to Don Reisinger as he sees the future in the Microsoft Kinect as the Next Big Thing even though it's been out for quite a while. Meanwhile note how the US government is saying that cyber-crime will soon overtake terrorism as a top threat - you've got their attention now, folks!

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‘Crybaby’ Google accuses Microsoft of extortion

‘Crybaby’ Google accuses Microsoft of extortion

Microsoft and Samsung announced today a new cross-licensing deal for greater collaboration on Windows Phone 7 devices, but the deal will also require Samsung to pay royalties to Microsoft for every Android device it sells. Following the announcement, Google chimed in with a statement sent to TechCrunch, accusing Microsoft's patent-wielding tactics against Android and its partners extortion.

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