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BlackBerry (from www.phonearena.com) 18.06.13

According to StatCounter, as of Sunday, BlackBerry occupied the 2nd position in Canada with about 27% of that market, compared to the approximately 48% owned by iOS. Android is third with 22%. But that is BlackBerry's home market. 


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Device (from www.phonearena.com) 18.06.13

Nokia is not working with that many processors from Qualcomm, so when a new one appears on its developer pages, one ought to take notice.


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Device (from www.huawei.com) 18.06.13

Huawei today unveiled the HUAWEI Ascend P6, the world’s slimmest smartphone measuring 6.18mm. The smartphone features a 1.5GHz quad-core processor and a sleek metallic body. 


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Device (from news.cnet.com) 18.06.13

Michael Coombes, former head of sales at HTC, and James Atkins, former U.K. marketing head for the company, said on Monday that they are launching smartphone manufacturer Kazam. 


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Apple 17.06.13

Without any fanfare of note, last week saw Apple shake up life on the App Store for developers behind apps aimed at children last week during its iOS 7 unveiling.


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Apple 17.06.13

SeeMyDrink.com is packed with drink recipes and high-quality photos of more than 1,000 drinks & cocktails. The See My Drink app is full of great FREE content with NO ads to distract you.


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Development (from www.pmlive.com) 17.06.13

UK charity Cancer Research UK will later this year launch a mobile biomedical data game that it hopes will speed up its efforts to find a cure for cancer.


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Marketing 17.06.13

According to a dedicated website, Jay-Z's new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, will be made available for free to 1 million owners of the Samsung Galaxy S III, the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Samsung GALAXY Note II 72 hours before the album is available in stores.


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Development (from techcrunch.com) 17.06.13

When looking at the opportunity, it’s clear there are a few core challenges that need to be addressed quickly in this nascent market. The startups that address these challenges first will be the companies to watch.


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Device (from www.theregister.co.uk) 17.06.13

Rather than wait until fully-transparent solar cells are ready for prime time, SunPartner is using standard thin-film solar cells in an arrangement which it says can fit between a smartphone's screen and the protective glass cover.