Microsoft reportedly sells 1.5M Surface tablets; Galaxy S4 to support wireless charging

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> Best Buy is taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S4. Article

> Some believe Apple should build a cheaper iPhone. Article

> It appears that T-Mobile USA's LTE network will be up and running in time for the carrier to sell the LTE-capable Galaxy S4 in April. Article

> Microsoft reportedly sold around 1.5 million Surface tablets. Article

> Strategy Analytics expects Qualcomm's new RF360 will boost the market for CMOS multiband power amplifiers. Article

> A number of features in the Galaxy S4 will be delivered to the Galaxy S III also. Article

> The Galaxy S4 will support wireless charging. Article

> Beyond the Galaxy S4 hype, what will Samsung do now? Article

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> Facebook is urging users to install an updated version of its social networking application for Android, sidestepping the Google Play storefront in the process. Article

> Facebook is considering incorporating hashtags--a marker synonymous with rival social network Twitter--in an effort to more efficiently group conversations and drive advertising revenues, The Wall Street Journal reports. Article

> Google continues to shuffle its executive ranks, announcing Senior Vice President of Geo and Commerce Jeff Huber will step down to pursue new projects within the company. The move follows just one day after longtime head of Android Andy Rubin also resigned his post. Article

And finally… Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is Glassdoor's top-rated CEO, while Apple's Tim Cook is No. 18. Article

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