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lg-chip.pngLG is now going to make its own mobile processors. In this age of smartphones, every manufacturer wants to create its own differentiation factor both in terms of software and hardware. Since LG is dependent on Google’s Android mobile operating system for software, when it comes to hardware it wants to build and use its own chips.

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fabricTwitter is looking to make developers happy all over again. The highly popular social networking platform recently announced a new SDK (software development kit) at its developer conference. The SDK is titled Fabric, and it has a lot more to offer than a plain SDK. There’s some something in it for almost every mobile developer out there.

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KnoxSamsung’s Knox devices received a major boost from the US National Security Agency (NSA) when it approved the devices officially today. The Commercial Solutions for Classified program lists devices that meet the government agency’s security standards. Samsung’s inclusion will give a further boost the company’s existing target audience.

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nexusGoogle recently launched its new Nexus devices — Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 — the former being the company’s flagship smartphone, and the latter a new tablet in the family of Nexus devices. The current Nexus devices line up looks rather interesting to say the least. Google’s premier Nexus devices now include the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, and the Nexus 9.

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mobile payApple’s highly ambitious payment service Apple Pay starts rolling out today in the United States. Aimed at making wallets a thing of the past, Apple’s highly secure and futuristic payment service is all set to redefine the payments market. Apply Pay would do to payments what the iPhone did to the mobile phone industry.

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