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Smartphone charging spews out megatons of greenhouse gases

Juniper Research finds that worldwide carbon dioxide emissions from cell phone charging will more than double by 2019.

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Qualcomm earnings rise, but guidance weak

Chipmaker posts sharply higher earnings for its June quarter thanks to strong chipset sales, but shares fall after hours as company warns of problems in China.

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha images come to light

Long rumored as the Galaxy S5 Prime, the Samsung smartphone could debut within the coming weeks.

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Android users: What screen size should iPhone 6 buyers choose?

If the rumors are true, Apple will soon offer 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones. Android users have enjoyed those sizes for years. What are the pros and cons?

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LG: Play this smartphone game with the case closed

A new free game called Puppy Pop can be played in the window of the QuickCircle case for a G3 phone.

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iPhone 6 likely to launch in late September, says analyst

Based on Apple's predictions for the current quarter, analyst Gene Munster believes the new iPhone will roll out around the last week of September.

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Motorola taps 'digital tattoo' for phone security

The nickel-sized piece of tech adheres to your wrist and enables instant unlocking.

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Get a TextNow Galaxy S4 for $279.99 and service for $19

Last year's flagship phone is this year's steal, provided you're willing to live with a couple of compromises.

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Nokia Lumia 530 with Windows 8.1 is cheapest Lumia yet

The Nokia Lumia 530 is the cheapest Lumia smartphone yet, replacing the recently-ditched Asha and Nokia X.

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Microsoft CEO affirms one Windows for all devices

Satya Nadella says in no uncertain terms that the "three" Windows operating systems will merge into one OS.

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Amazon Fire Phone charts new territory

3D-like visuals and a clever scanning app heat up the Fire Phone, though Android lovers may be lukewarm.

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Apple CEO defends iPad sales, but admits softer demand

CEO Tim Cook said sales met its internal projections, even as he acknowledged it disappointed Wall Street.

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