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Apple overtook Samsung to regain the top position in global smartphone sales in the fourth quarter, a market tracker said Tuesday.
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The City of the Monkey God: Archaeologists claim to have found city lost for 1,000 years in remote Honduran jungle
The mossy carving had lain undisturbed for up to a millennium in some of the remotest jungle on Earth. It is a powerful effigy of a "were-jaguar" but also the pristine legacy of a vanished ...
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If you were hoping for a new flagship smartphone from BlackBerry, you might be disappointed by the Leap, with the new handset featuring a 720p display and the same Qualcomm processor we saw ...
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