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Vertu launches world's costliest Android smartphone

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Vertu, the world’s leading provider of luxury mobile phones, has launched Vertu Ti, a new contemporary smartphone powered by Android.

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Facebook 'to launch smartphone'

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Social networking site Facebook is expected to unveil a push into the smartphone market on Thursday from its headquarters in California.

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Lena Ivkina's curator insight, April 15, 2013 3:47 AM

I personally think its a waste of money since the access to social networks on other phones isn't n ad already.

Caio Agosto Twombly's comment, April 15, 2013 3:48 AM
the repitition of 'on the other hand' shows great grammar skills, Sandler.
Oona Ortmans 's comment, April 15, 2013 3:49 AM
thanks for your input
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The Associated Press: Nokia abandons Japan market

TOKYO (AP) — Nokia Corp., battered by the popularity of smartphones, is abandoning the Japanese market, after a brief foray with luxury cell phones costing as much as 20 million yen ($250,000).
The Finnish handset maker is closing by the end of July its last store selling high-end Vertu cell phones in Ginza. Previously, it had four such stores in Japan, according to Tomoko Morinari of Sunny Side Up, a Tokyo public relations company that has Nokia as its client.
She declined to say when the decision to leave Japan was made or how many Vertu phones Nokia had sold in Japan.
Vertu said in a statement Wednesday that it was "withdrawing from the Japanese market" to better focus on priority businesses. It thanked business partners, said its Tokyo office will fold by the end of this year, but promised to continue to do work with Japanese craftsmen in its business elsewhere.
Nokia phones have never been that popular in Japan, where the iPhone from Apple Inc. is hugely popular in addition to offerings from Japanese electronics makers such as Sharp Corp.....


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Eye-tracking Samsung Galaxy unveiled

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Samsung has launched a smartphone which allows users to control its 5in (12.5cm) screen using only their eyes.

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victoria aristrain's comment, April 15, 2013 4:09 AM
actually i agree
Oona Ortmans 's comment, April 15, 2013 4:10 AM
not a tsar
Tzar Andrew's comment, April 15, 2013 4:11 AM
So, all of a sudden it went from debatable to "agree".. Interesting - Tzar