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Samsung this week revealed a concept smartphone that can fold out into larger device and its reflective display changes colors.
Gartner said Wednesday that the PC industry is now experiencing the longest decline in its history. PC shipments dropped 10.9 percent in the second quarter as consumers continued to turn to smartphones and tablets for getting online, the market researcher said.
Apple will reportedly adopt IGZO (indium gallium zinc oxide) displays in order to lessen mobile devices' energy consumption, including Macbooks and the iPad.
At an event in New York today, T-Mobile US announced a new program, JUMP!, which enables people to upgrade their phones when they want, up to twice a year as soon as six months from enrollment.
Facebook's Instargam today unveiled tools for the photo service that will let users embed photos and videos on outside websites.
Microsoft is investing in Windows Phone enterprise capabilities and decided to increase the length of the support lifecycle from 18 months to 36 months.
Samsung Electronics has requested a new trial for a patent related to the US$1 billion infringement ruling against it, following a re-examination of the patent at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Hitachi Data Systems today announced three new technology enhancements that simplify the tasks of implementing flash, unified storage with primary dedupe and converged infrastructures for rapid application deployment.
Acer today announced the U.S. availability of the Acer Predator AG3-605 Series of desktops designed for games and movies.
A judge Wednesday found Apple guilty of a price-fixing conspiracy for electronic books, saying the company "conspired to restrain trade" with publishers to boost the price of ebooks.
Seagate today unveiled two new enterprise-class hard disk drives (HDD) optimized for cloud infrastructures and large scale data centers - the Seagate Terascale HDD and the Seagate Enterprise Performance 10K HDD v7.
Western Digital has acquired privately held VeloBit, a provider of high-performance storage I/O optimization software. VeloBit will be fully integrated into HGST, a wholly owned subsidiary of Western Digital.
Samsung is reportedly eyeing Amazon, Sony and NVIDIA as chip customers in order to offset the lost volume caused by the Apple's decision to reduce its purchases from the South Korean giant.
Sharp is working with Lenovo to introduce new AQUOS, Android-based LCD TVs in the China market.
France has partially dropped the controversial "thre-strikes" aimed at curbing downloading of illegal online content, by removing the punishment that could cut off Internet access to those who shared music or video illegally.
Google today introduced a new Google Maps app for Android smartphones and tablets, also coming soon to iPhone and iPad. The new Google Maps for Android includes features that combine geolocation with more real-world information, such as restaurant reviews from Zagat target Yelp.
Microsoft has announced that it has settled 3,265 copyright infringement cases around the globe during the past year. At the end of its fiscal year on June 30, the cases totaled 35 across 19 U.S. states and 3,230 international cases across 42 countries.
Sony has expanded its Walkman series of portable players with the release of the Walkman E580 and E380 models.
At the end of 2012, memory products and foundries accounted for a combined 54% of the IC industry's installed monthly capacity of 14,497K wafers (200mm-equivalent wafers), according to a report released by IC Insights.

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