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There's also a rumour that LG will make the next Nexus 10, instead of Samsung. Which could mean we soon see an improved -- not to mention more wallet-friendly -- 10-incher from Google's stable. Let's hope so. Have you seen this rejigged Nexus 5? Did you have any issues with your handset? Let me know in the comments, or on our Facebook page. Image credit: shinral on XDA Developers. Update: A spokesperson for LG told me: "We can confirm that the Nexus 5 has not undergone any hardware design changes since launch." I asked LG how they explain the differences in the photo, and was told: "Naturally, we can’t really speculate on this specific handset. However, it could be that the user is or was in possession of a pre-commercial unit which may differ slightly from the final hardware."Over on the XDA Developers forum, user "shinral" writes of a member of an Italian forum calling him or herself "infa89" who had defects with their Nexus 5. The SIM card tray protruded from the device, for example. infa89 returned their Nexus 5 to Google, who replaced it with a new one. And infa89 noticed a few tweaks compared to the original model.
Among the company's business segments, only the outdoor-fitness market showed improvement, with sales up 13 percent, Revenue was lower in the automotive/mobile, marine, and aviation markets, Garmin said it expects better results ahead, due to cost cuts and its new portable-navigation and outdoor-fitness products, including, "We expect that these products, along with boston white map iphone case further steps to reduce costs, will help us to see improvement to our profitability levels in the second quarter," CEO Min Kao said in the statement, "As always, we remain committed to taking appropriate steps to reduce costs while maintaining our aggressive approach to the development of new products and technology."..
Microsoft, after a long dormant period, is back in fighting shape for the browser wars with IE9, which in beta form features more extensive hardware acceleration than Chrome. IE9 is notable for its support of Web standards, including a host of newer standards that Web developers are eager to implement. But standards support isn't an easy matter for Microsoft. For years, Microsoft's IE, not Web standards, was the technology for which developers coded their Web sites. To deal with this legacy of non-standard Web pages, IE uses a "compatibility mode" by which it renders pages using its older rendering rules.
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Sony Mobile announced the availability of two new Xperia-branded handsets in Sydney today, partnering with Telstra for the launch of the Xperia P, and with Crazy John's for the youth-focused Xperia U. Telstra will range the Xperia P on plans starting from AU$49 per month on a two-year contract, while Crazy John's positions the lower-spec Xperia U at AU$15 per month. Both handsets will be available for outright purchase through Dick Smith's and Sony Centre stores for AU$449 and AU$299, respectively.