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Nokia always puts on a show at Mobile World Congress, but this particular event may be a little... different. See, if all the rumors are true, we should expect to see a grand total of zero Windows Phones and one Android device introduced. Perhaps we'll see a Bizarro version of Stephen Elop get on

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The time has almost come for Sony to pull back the curtains on its next Xperia Z flagships at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. You're just here a little early. But that's okay -- we admire your spunk. Just make sure to check back at 2:30AM EST / 8:30AM CET when you'll have a live, front row loo

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Say what you will about some of the things that fly out of T-Mobile CEO John Legere's mouth, but you can't help but admire the endless energy and enthusiasm he shows for his company. The fearless executive will shortly be taking the stage shortly to officially reveal the latest strategy known as U

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No-one was sure what to expect when Google's Marissa Mayer took over at Yahoo, but it's clear that she wasn't there for an easy ride. In less than two years, the company has bought a clutch of other outfits, including Tumblr for $1.1 billion, redesigned its logo and brought some much-needed love t

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2013 was a big year for Sony, with 4K TVs and the hotly anticipated PlayStation 4, among many other products, keeping the company in the news. So, as CES 2014 kicks off, who better to set the tone than CEO Kaz Hirai? We're here at the Venetian hotel bright and early to share his presentation with

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It's crazy, yes, but CES 2014 is only just beginning. Though we've been on the ground for two days already, the show floor is officially opening tomorrow. To kick things off, Sony CEO Kaz Hirai will be delivering the opening keynote. 4K's a huge trend this year, so expect him to talk about his com

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We're here at Intel's CES press conference, and we've saved a great seat just for you (but please, sit down fast, because the guy next to us is giving us a dirty look). So, what can we expect from the chipmaker's big event? There seems to be a fairly good likelihood that the company will be furthe

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We hope you like TVs, because we have a feeling LG's got a lot of 'em to show, including huge, 4K, curved affairs that we've already seen teased by the company in the run-up to CES. That's not all, however, because the company is likely to show off some new audio hardware, possibly (finally?) a we

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CES 2014 is creeping up on us, and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced that Sony President and CEO Kaz Hirai will deliver the headline keynote on the show's first day. Last year, the honor went to Panasonic and its head honcho, Kazuhiro Tsuga. Mum's the word on exactly what Hi

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Live from the land of BMW, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz , it's Alan Mulally. Ford's CEO is taking the stage here at IFA in Berlin to discuss making his fleet of vehicles safer, more user-friendly and, of course, more connected. This is a tech show, after all. Join us right here, won't you? Septem

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IFA's doors opened to the public today, and the show is marking the occasion with a keynote from Ford CEO Alan Mulally (and yes, we've met before). Not only will the perennial subject of the connected car be discussed, but we're told a brand-new concept vehicle and a handful of announcements are s

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Are you ready for IFA's most-anticipated event? We're live from the Tempodrom in Berlin, and we'll be bringing you the latest on the Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy Gear smartwatch and any other surprise announcements. Follow along with our liveblog to get the news -- it's the next best thing to getting

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It's cold, gray and rainy here in Berlin, but we've never let a little lousy weather get in the way of a perfectly sunny liveblog. Sony's always got a ton of stuff to show of at IFA, and we don't expect this year to be any different. Cameras, phones, and maybe even a wearable or two will likely be

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First it was available to developers, then a select few who received invitations, and now the beta of iWork for iCloud is available for all. Apple's made no official announcement, but point your browser to icloud.com, punch in your Apple ID details, and there you have it: Pages, Numbers and Keynot

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We've been invited to a breakfast with Sundar Pichai, the man with the [Chrome and Android] plan, and we think we know what you're dying to find out: will we feast together on bran muffins or jelly donuts? Coffee or orange juice? Kidding aside, we imagine one of the biggest fellas on Google campus

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Apple was quick to invite developers to the iWork for iCloud beta in the aftermath of WWDC, but us commoners have had to settle for watching from afar. The company is quickly opening things up, however -- it just started sending out beta invitations to ordinary iCloud users, including some Engadge

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Nokia's got 41 million reasons, and odds seem pretty good that a new photo-focused Lumia is one of them. The festivities kick off at around 11AM here in New York City, so be sure to join in, after the break. July 11, 2013 11:00:00 AM EDT

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Hello, and welcome to sunny San Franciscso where Microsoft is about to kick off its annual Build developer conference. We already know today is the day Windows 8.1 becomes available as a public preview, and the execs in Redmond have hinted they have even more to share about the big OS update. But

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