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64-bit smartphones are coming, but Apple's iPhone 5s still stands alone

No 64-bit smartphones were announced at MWC, though new chips there will pave the way for handsets in coming months

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Intel wants its new mobile chips in your phone, tablet, toaster and more

The company might finally have a decent mobile chip with its 64-bit Merrifield and Moorefield designs, but its competitors have a huge head start.

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Android malware using TOR anonymity network makes a debut

Using TOR makes it more difficult to trace the command-and-control server

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Samsung Galaxy Note Pro review: Android's bid to replace Windows in the office

Although the price should give you pause, outstanding battery life and good productivity apps should give Windows tablets a run for their money.

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Mobile World Congress in Video: Three intriguing Galaxy S5 features

Go hands on with the new Galaxy S5 to find out more about the smartphone's battery-saving, security, and health-monitoring features.

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Nov'IT pitches rooted Android phones as a pro-privacy weapon

Uhuru Mobile is a new ROM derived from Cyanogen that aims to make Android phones more secure.

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Mobile World Congress in Video: Up close with the interface on Nokia's new Android phones

In this video report, you'll see why Nokia's X, X1, and XL are more reminiscent of Windows Phone devices than of the Android OS they actually run.

on techhive.com

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AMD, Bluestacks bring APU-optimized Android inside Windows

AMD is using BlueStacks dual-OS Android system and some extra code to play 'Angry Birds' on a tablet -- without touching the screen

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Mobile World Congress in Video: Meet Nokia's new Android phones

Nokia introduced a trio of Android models at this year's MWC, and Florence Ion takes us on a video tour of the phones.

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Hands on with HeadsUp, the latest meeting feature for Cal by Any.Do

HeadsUp adds robust task-management tools to the already awesome Cal app for Android.

on greenbot.com