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    Yesterday will be a day long remembered: it saw the end of Nokia as we know it. After a long regulatory approval process, the company's devices and services division has finally been scooped up by the company whose software has powered its offerings for the past few years: Microsoft. But the looming acquisition by Windows Phone's corporate overlord didn't stop Nokia from experimenting with new ideas in the months leading up to that merger. At this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the company finally laid bare its new offerings for developing markets: a trio of midrange ...

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    When you can kick off a tech podcast with a string of expletives taken right from your publication's teamwide chat records, you know it's been a crazy week in the news. The Lenovo Motorola deal, announced late yesterday afternoon, threw our whole week -and perhaps our whole world- into disarray, and we're grateful for the chance to sit down and talk it through on today's show. But the news doesn't stop there. Galaxy S 5 speculation is still coming fast and furious, with details like Samsung's rumored fingerprint scanner beginning to take shape; we're starting to catch wind of Nokia's plans ...

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    When we started the Pocketnow Weekly podcast back in July of 2012 (a summer that feels much longer ago than the actual 80-week figure would suggest), it bore little resemblance to its current incarnation. There was no list of handy time codes; the music was built on an aggressive electric-guitar riff that now sounds impossibly cheesy; and subtopics like the "thought thread" and "two-minute debate segment" divided the podcast into rigidly regimented sectors of tech talk. Most importantly, the Weekly back then was headed up by a strictly defined team of Brandon Miniman, Anton D. Nagy, and ...

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    Those who follow our reviews know that we often get devices, among others, from our friends at Negri Electronics -- and we can't thank them enough! Ever since 2006, Negri Electronics has been a reliable, independent distributor, and online retailer, where unlocked wireless devices and accessories are abundant. The company announced its acquisition by a New York-based private equity firm called First Ascent, LLC. The deal “is a great opportunity for our company to grow further and faster and to continue to provide the same great products and service to our valued customers”, said ...

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