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MWC 2014: The Phones, Tablets & Wearables to Expect

MWC 2014: The Phones, Tablets & Wearables to Expect

Mobile World Congress is upon us again, the cellularly-centric Barcelona show expected to see Nokia reveal its first Android device, Samsung its latest Galaxy flagship ahead of the iPhone 6 later this year, and wearables manufacturers further pitch the fast-growing segment. SlashGear is headed off to Spain to bring back all the details as they're announced, but we've already got a good idea of what we can expect and just how much of an impact it might make. Read on for our full pre-show guide!

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Nokia X A110 (Android phone) details appear in early retail

Nokia X A110 (Android phone) details appear in early retail

This morning a rather sizable leak has appeared overseas with a retail listing of Nokia's first Android phone. This device is called the Nokia X A110, according to the listing, and it's ready to roll with mid-tier specifications. The real big deal with this device - besides the fact that it'll likely work with Microsoft-made Android apps and Nokia's HERE Maps, is the fact that it comes in at around $110 USD off-contract.

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Microsoft “seriously considering” Android on Windows

Microsoft “seriously considering” Android on Windows

It would appear that Microsoft is either unaware of the existence of BlueStacks, or they've decided it might be time to take the technology mainstream. In a chat with the Verge, an anonymous source has suggested that Microsoft is "seriously considering allowing Android apps to run on both Windows and Windows Phone." Allowing these apps to run, as it's said there, would allow both platforms access to thousands of apps never before available to them in the past.

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Samsung said demanding iPhone logos covered at Olympics opening ceremony

Samsung said demanding iPhone logos covered at Olympics opening ceremony

Olympics sponsor Samsung is reportedly dropping Galaxy Note 3 smartphones in athletes' goodie-bags, though the gift comes with a catch: a supposed ban on any other device branding, iPhone or otherwise, during the opening ceremony. Details of the clamp-down, which is said to require the Apple logo on an iPhone be physically covered so that it's not caught on camera during the televised ceremony in Sochi, were spilled by the Swiss Olympic team.

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