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Samsung Developers Conference aims to join big guns as cross-platform yearly event

Samsung Developers Conference aims to join big guns as cross-platform yearly event

In what's fairly clear to be the spirit of such developer events as Apple's WWDC and Google I/O, Samsung has this week announced the creation of their own Developers Conference. Starting October 27th and lasting two days, ending on the 29th, this event takes place right in the heart of San Francisco, aiming to bring in both developers and industry leaders to a software-centric series of events living in the Samsung universe.

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Moto X un-event: here’s why Motorola is holding meetings, not a live stream

Moto X un-event: here’s why Motorola is holding meetings, not a live stream

So you've seen the announcement on the Moto X being a New York City event taking place on the 1st of August, yes? There's a bit of information in the invitation that you'll be interested to see if you're all about the possibilities in this device's vast customizability - the customizability that we've not yet heard about in detail officially, of course, but it's all but obvious at this point: a variety of physical colors for the smartphone and engravings to boot.

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Moto X event set: August 1st in New York

Moto X event set: August 1st in New York

This afternoon invites have been sent out from Motorola for an event with no secret to is content: Moto X. This event will be taking place on August 1st and - believe it or not - it has no set timeframe. Instead it would appear that this pre-event registration has the press making certain they're set for the day well before the public press event is announced.

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Google event set for July 24th, Android update incoming

Google event set for July 24th, Android update incoming

Today an invitation to a special Google event has been sent to the press promising a breakfast with Android head Sundar Pichai. Though this Googler is in charge of Chrome as a web browser and as an operating system as well, it's far more likely that this July 24th event will center on Android itself, especially considering the several appearances of Android's next-generation features in teasers for the Motorola-made smartphone Moto X.

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LG Optimus G2 event scheduled for August 7th

LG Optimus G2 event scheduled for August 7th

While final specifications on the LG Optimus G2 have not yet been solidified, the company has all but guaranteed that we'll be having our first official look on the 7th of August. Event invites for the press have been sent out for a New York City engagement that'll be taking place on that date with a teaser "Great 2 Have You" attached - and the leaked photos of the device itself continue.

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Windows 8.1 and the top 9 features you’ll be working with this week

Windows 8.1 and the top 9 features you’ll be working with this week

It's time for the official flip-over to the next generation in Windows computing. Microsoft has taken Windows 8, a touchscreen-friendly operating system and wide-spread release, and have given it an upgrade with a collection of features readied at the hand of requests from the public. This collection of changes will be available to the public imminently, but for now: let's have a look at some of the key points.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active hands-on: sizing up and under water

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active hands-on: sizing up and under water

Even though we're so very close to the release of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active here in the United States with AT&T, we got the opportunity today to have a peek at the machine up close and personal today in London. This device is essentially the full excellence of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 in rugged form - made to survive underwater adventures and dust storms alike. Have a peek at this machine in its Urban Gray form right this minute!

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Samsung ATIV Q official: Windows 8 and Android, notebook and tablet

Samsung ATIV Q official: Windows 8 and Android, notebook and tablet

The Samsung ATIV Q has been introduced by Samsung this week as a tablet/notebook hybrid that's able to work with Windows 8, on the one hand, and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean on the other. This machine has a hinge that allows it to be a standard notebook, a flat tablet, a display-mode screen, and everything in-between (that's the fourth). This device takes what the Acer Aspire R7 brings to the table and steps things up a notch with both full-powered Windows 8 and the newest in new Android.

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