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Samsung Plays Catch-Up on Software

To thrive in a mobile-device market increasingly dominated by software specialists like Apple, Google and Microsoft, which acquired Nokia’s phone business last month, Samsung is aiming to become a software power in its own right.

AllThingsD Week in Review: iPhone Overload, YouTube Offline and the Future of AllThingsD

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.
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Q&A With HP CEO Meg Whitman and CFO Cathie Lesjak: The Turnaround Is on Schedule

All is going according to plan.
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Qualcomm Revenue Rises 24 Percent

Chip maker Qualcomm Inc. continued to benefit from strong demand for mobile devices in its latest quarter, though profit fell 16 percent due to a large one-time gain in the year-earlier period.

AirWatch, Mobile Device Manager for Enterprises, Raises $200 Million from Insight Venture Partners

There’s a big business in helping big companies wrangle their fleets of iPads and other mobile devices.
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Why Credit Card Companies Need Some Madison Avenue Style

Facing major competitors in the mobile wallet and offers business, credit card companies need to figure out how to leverage their relationships with consumers.
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Intel Designs New Process for Mobile Chips

Intel Corp. on Monday disclosed details of a new recipe for making chips for mobile devices, a key element of the technology giant’s high-stakes campaign to improve its lagging position in that fast-growing market.

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Google Weighs Mobile-Patent Antitrust Settlement

Google Inc. is weighing whether to settle a potential claim by U.S. authorities that it violated antitrust law in the way it handles mobile-device patents, according to a person familiar with the matter.

iPhone Caused “Crisis of Design” at Samsung (Memo)

A Samsung exec’s plea to his mobile design team in the wake of the iPhone’s success — all laid out in memo form for your reading pleasure.
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Fighting the iCrime Wave

We were buried in an e-book when the subway doors opened at the Bergen Street stop in Brooklyn. In a flash, a pair of hands dove into my date’s lap and ripped away her iPad. Chasing the guy was instinctive.