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Samsung shrinks Exynos dual-core processor

9/29/2011 12:08 PM EDT
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ReneCardenas
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ReneCardenas   9/30/2011 7:00:30 PM
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Peter, is this the same concept advertised by ATT for iphones, were the user is given cues about the restaurants and other points of interest given the GPS provided location. I like that concept to be expanded to other type of businesses, wouldn't it be niece to have a selection of near by mechanics, to have car serviced if have an unexpected breakdown. Or guide of local events given time of day and driving distance, while traveling cross-country and with plenty of time on hand.

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Peter Clarke   9/29/2011 6:52:19 PM
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@Robotics Developer Yes there was; apologies.

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Robotics Developer   9/29/2011 3:57:36 PM
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I am confused by the article title / content mismatch? Is there a server glitch problem?

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