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Qualcomm, Cisco execs cite spy suspicion for shaken China tech trade

Qualcomm, Cisco execs cite spy suspicion for shaken China tech trade

We've been covering the NSA and other spy agencies pretty faithfully here at SlashGear, and while all that cloak-and-dagger, hack-and-spy, Big-Brother-Is-Watching-You drama can be provocative, that's not why we cover it. We cover it because it affects the tech industry and, by extension, the gadgets we obsess over. The reverberations of mass data surveillance by governments do eventually make their way down to consumer tech. Today we're seeing one way spying has chilled the industry that underpins our toys. Take the recent decline in US tech sales in China and yesterday's statements by executives from Qualcomm and Cisco, for example.

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ZTE nubia 5 Houston Rockets Limited Edition hands-on

ZTE nubia 5 Houston Rockets Limited Edition hands-on

In what must be the strangest cross-branding we've seen in a smartphone in the past several years, the folks at ZTE have released the ZTE nubia 5 with the Houston Rockets - the NBA team. What we're doing this weekend is having a peek at the official limited-edition ZTE nubia 5 from all angles - with a full review in the near future, of course. This is just the first in a line of public pushes for this device and the brand as it enters the United States with a vengeance here in 2013.

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ZTE Grand S pricing and availability revealed, pre-orders start October 5

ZTE Grand S pricing and availability revealed, pre-orders start October 5

ZTE has announced the pricing and availability of its ZTE Grand S handset, which recently received the 2013 iF International Design Award. Starting this coming Saturday, the handset will go up for pre-order on October 5 for $399.99 through various online retailers, with a shipping date not yet mentioned. With the Grand S comes specs similar to the nubia 5, which was unveiled earlier this evening.

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ZTE nubia 5 introduced with Full HD display and 13MP camera

ZTE nubia 5 introduced with Full HD display and 13MP camera

ZTE has introduced its nubia 5 smartphone, a high-end offering equipped with a Full HD display and a 13-megapixel camera, among other savory features. The phone will go up for pre-order this coming Saturday for $449.99 in the US, and is being hailed as a photography-centric handset, with offerings including a Konica-Minolta lens and intelligent stabilization.

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ZTE Supreme hits Virgin Mobile packing 5-inch screen,13MP camera, and Android 4.1

ZTE Supreme hits Virgin Mobile packing 5-inch screen,13MP camera, and Android 4.1

Virgin Mobile has announced that it has a new smartphone coming that will work with its Beyond Talk plans starting at only $35 per month. The device is called the ZTE Supreme and it is an Android smartphone. The device runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the operating system.

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ZTE Open Firefox OS smartphone sells out

ZTE Open Firefox OS smartphone sells out

Though it just went up for sale on Friday, the ZTE Open is already sold out on eBay after just a weekend's availability. Both US and UK eBay stores no longer have any stock of the Firefox OS-running phone, the Telegraph reports, which means consumers will need to wait until another production run is made before they can get their hands on one. Let it be known, however, there has been no announcement as to what the original stock numbers were.

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ZTE Open Firefox OS phone hitting eBay in the US and UK

ZTE Open Firefox OS phone hitting eBay in the US and UK

In a strange move by ZTE, the company is planning to sell its latest handset in the US and UK by listing it on eBay. Of course, this wouldn't the first time that companies have resorted to eBay for selling their products, but it's interesting to see a mobile phone maker sell their devices directly through eBay instead of their own website.

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Smartphone global shipments increase 6% in Q2 2013

Smartphone global shipments increase 6% in Q2 2013

The International Data Corporation, more commonly known as the IDC, has revealed its smartphone shipment numbers for the second quarter of this year, showing a global increase of 6-percent over the same quarter last year. The growth, at least in part, was the result of makers other than the top 5, such as Huawei and Alcatel, seeing a boost in shipments.

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ZTE Geek claims world’s first Tegra 4 phone title

ZTE Geek claims world’s first Tegra 4 phone title

We've known about the ZTE Geek in the past, but very few details were known at that point, other than that it was running Intel’s Atom Z2580 SoC. However, today we're being treated with what appears to be an unveiling of the ZTE Geek, running an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, making it the world's first Tegra 4-equipped smartphone.

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Firefox OS launching: Spain this week for open-source Android challenger

Firefox OS launching: Spain this week for open-source Android challenger

The first Firefox OS smartphones, the Alcatel One Touch Fire and the ZTE Open, will hit the market "soon" Mozilla has confirmed this morning, promising imminent launches from Duetsche Telekom and Telefonica. The two new handsets run Mozilla's own alternative to Android, Firefox OS, taking a web-centric perspective on apps and services in order to keep costs down and make the phones more appealing to developing markets. According to Telefonica, the first device will hit this week.

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ZTE Overture marks Aio Wireless 4G LTE network launch

ZTE Overture marks Aio Wireless 4G LTE network launch

Last month, AT&T's recently launched Aio Wireless added the Nokia Lumia 620 to its modest lineup of devices, and today it has added another device, this time for a special occasion - the launch of its 4G LTE network, giving users access to faster mobile data. The handset is an Aio-branded ZTE Overture, which will hit shelves in July.

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ZTE Grand S Flex and Blade G images and specs surface

ZTE Grand S Flex and Blade G images and specs surface

In December, word surfaced that ZTE would be showing off the Grand S, which was being hailed as the world's thinnest phablet, at CES 2013. Such was the case, and we got our hands on the giant smartphone back in January. Since hitting shelves, some feedback of the smartphone has been of the critical variety, with some consumers taking issue with the small non-removable battery. Such complaints have been addressed with the Grand S Flex.

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