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4/15/2014 12:30 PM EDT
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garydpdx
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garydpdx   4/15/2014 1:52:51 PM
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It was reported in The Oregonian's Silicon Forest blog yesterday that the Samsung Galaxy S5 sports one of these guys, too!

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Max The Magnificent   4/15/2014 1:54:21 PM
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@garydpdx: It was reported in The Oregonian's Silicon Forest blog yesterday that the Samsung Galaxy S5 sports one of these guys, too!

Cool beans (as we French say), thanks for sharing.

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DrFPGA   4/18/2014 12:50:13 PM
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make it a key part of your strategy. The DIY trend can be a an amazing accelerator for innovation- glad to see the smartphone as the next target.

Now if we can just get the service providers to go modular too- I know, we won't be holding our breath...

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