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HTC posts Jelly Bean kernel source for TELUS One X+

The HTC One X+ has been available for a few weeks, but until now there was no way to generate custom kernels for the ultra-fast quad-core smartphone. HTC has rectified that potential issue for custom ROM creators and has made the kernel source available for all to use and peruse. Hopefully the Android 4.1 kernel

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Nexus S gets some Android 4.2 love via CyanogenMOD 10.1 nightlies

The Nexus S never really got the send-off it deserved: the former flagship is coming up on two years old and, with the release of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, Google decided it was not in its best interests to continue supporting the aging single-core handset. But, like the Nexus One before it, developers have breathed

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Rumour: Sony’s upcoming 5-inch 1080p monster to be called Xperia Z

We’ve seen the leaked photos, drooled over the specs and will likely get to trial it at CES, but Sony’s Yuga, until now, has lacked a true name. According to sources close to XperiaBlog, Sony will title the 5-inch 1080p handset Xperia Z, knocking another letter off the dwindling alphabet of naming conventions. And, if

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The Best Smartphones for Canadians (2012 Edition)

This year has been an incredible year for smartphones, and for smartphone owners. From the rise of Android to the promise of Windows Phone 8 to the evolutionary steadfastness of the iPhone 5, every segment of the population has been properly served. But there is no smartphone perfect for everyone: some are not released on

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RIM posts Q3 results: Revenue of $2.7 billion and lower subscriber numbers

RIM has posted its third quarter fiscal 2013 results and, while still trending downwards, immediate concern for the company’s long-term health has been somewhat assuaged. This is the last quarter without a new handset, though the newly-leaked BlackBerry Z10 could launch close to the end of the company’s fourth quarter. Revenue was down 5% from

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