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3G shuffles CEOs on completion of Heinz deal

Ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co. began a new chapter on Friday. Full story

Marvell announces PXA1088 quad-core SoC for globetrotting phones and tablets

Marvell made waves last year with its 802.11ac wireless chips, but the company's looking to make a splash in 2013 with a new quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 SoC. Called the PXA1088, the new silicon's calling card -- other than those four CPU cores -- is its ability to beam 3G data to mobile devices anywhere Full story

Burger King's Brazilian owner at heart of all-American Heinz deal

(Reuters) - At the heart of the $23 billion buyout of iconic American company H.J. Heinz Co is a low profile Brazilian group founded by a banker-turned-beer magnate. Full story

3G says too early to talk about Heinz cost cuts

(Reuters) - It is too early to talk about significant cost cutting at H.J. Heinz Co following its acquisition by Berkshire Hathaway Inc and 3G Capital, one of the principals of 3G said on Thursday. Full story

Nexus 7 WiFi + 3G model goes on sale in Japan February 9th

Google's Nexus 7 tablet will soon be freed from the tyranny of WiFi range in Japan, as the 32GB WiFi + 3G model (supporting W-CDMA and HSPA+ networks) is finally launching there this Saturday, aka February 9th. Nothing's changed from the WiFi-only version apart from the additional micro-SIM slot, o Full story

Acer intros Liquid C1 smartphone packing Intel Lexington, low price to match

Remember that unnamed Acer phone we caught skulking about Intel's CES event? It's been given a proper launch: meet the Liquid C1. True to form, the fully revealed device centers around a Lexington-based, 1.2GHz Atom Z2420 processor. The chip gives the C1 enough grunt to power an 8-megapixel camera Full story

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