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October 29, 2012, 3:25 PM

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Andy Rubin / The Official Google Blog:
Nexus: The best of Google, now in three sizes  —  People increasingly have more than one device, and they switch between them many times a day.  Nexus—Google's hardware line for Android devices—gets rid of the hassle.  Just sign in with your Google Account and everything is there ready to go …
Dieter Bohn / The Verge:
Nexus 10 available November 13th starting at $399; hands-on photos and video  —  Will this latest 10-inch Android tablet finally find success?  —  Google has officially unveiled the new Nexus 10 tablet running Android 4.2.  Built by Samsung but clearly designed by Google …
The Verge:
Windows Phone 8 review  —  Microsoft's mobile platform gets hardware muscle and another lease on life  —  “This is Windows Phone.  No, for real this time.”  That's what I thought when I started hearing about Windows Phone 8 a few months ago.  Just like Windows Phone 7 …
Brian Klug / AnandTech:
Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 8X by HTC Preview  —  For a long time Microsoft was in an enviable position in the smartphone space.  It had almost all the pieces of the puzzle you'd expect for delivering a truly unique smartphone platform.  It had the historical perspective …
More: The Verge and Engadget
iFixit:
Microsoft Surface Teardown  —  We got our hands on Microsoft's new Surface, and to its credit, it lasted a good twenty minutes before we decided to tear it open.  EditStep 1 — Microsoft Surface Teardown Is that the display assembly from a PC laptop?  Nope, it's the new Microsoft Surface …
Dieter Bohn / The Verge:
Slow down: why Google's new Nexus 4 doesn't have LTE  —  Sometimes the only winning move is not to play  —  The Nexus 4 is an impressive smartphone that ticks off every modern spec checkbox you could ask for, save one: LTE.  Instead, the Nexus 4 will only come unlocked with HSPA+ radios.
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web:
Google's lame duck explanation of why the Nexus 4 doesn't have LTE  —  Google's newly introduced Nexus 4 device does not have LTE.  Let that sink in for a moment.  A flagship device that is meant to represent the best that Android can offer does not have LTE.
More: The Verge
Andrea Smith / Mashable!:
Apple Will Sell App-Enabled, Color-Changing Light Bulbs  —  When you think of Apple, you think of iPhones or iPods, or perhaps a MacBook, but you probably don't think about home automation.  That may change starting Tuesday, when Philips starts selling its Hue light bulbs exclusively …
Todd Bishop / GeekWire:
Amazon sues former Amazon Web Services sales chief over his new job at Google  —  Amazon.com has filed suit against Daniel Powers, the former vice president in charge of global sales for Amazon Web Services — alleging that his new job as Google's director of cloud platform sales violates …

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