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Nokia Lumia 521 Windows phone coming to T-Mobile

The budget-priced 521 looks and feels like its Lumia 820 and 920 older brothers, but with some scaled down specs.

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Ford, Spotify bring on-demand streaming music to cars

Spotify Premium users will now be able to control their Spotify accounts in Ford AppLink-enabled vehicles.

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Sprint Android phones will feature Quixey's smart search for new apps

All new Sprint Android phones will feature Quixey’s smart app search to help users discover new apps--without knowing exactly what the users are looking for.

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Vuzix M100 hands-free smartphone display--a smaller, cheaper Google Glass

Vuzix's M100 hands-free smartphone display is a smaller, cheaper wearable screen that can also do augmented reality. It will be available this summer for under $500.

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Improved wireless phone and tablet charging on the way?

Proxi says its new wireless-charging technology can solve current charging problems.

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Siri competitor Indigo offers personal assistant services for Android and Windows users

Indigo, from Artificial Solutions, is a voice-activated personal assistant app that works on Android and Windows phones and tablets.

Samsung launches Android-based media center HomeSync

Samsung Electronics introduces the Android-based HomeSync media center, which can be used to watch movies, play games, and also provide private and shared storage.

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Firefox OS brings the Chrome approach to smartphones

Previewed at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mozilla's mobile operating system is entirely Web-based, making it similar to Google's Chrome OS.

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HP Slate 7

HP's new Android-based Slate 7 tablet starts at $169

Hewlett-Packard re-enters the consumer tablet market with the Slate 7, an Android-based device with a 7-inch screen that will start at $169.

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ericsson mozilla WebRTC

Firefox gets access to mobile services through WebRTC

Mozilla, Ericsson, AT&T will show the web technology's video, voice calling, and file-sharing chops at the Mobile World Congress this week.