Samsung reportedly prepping Galaxy Note 8; LG rumored to ready Optimus G Pro

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> Google's Larry Page promised continued innovation in hardware from the company's Motorola division. Article

> The move to smartphones and tablets has reduced Intel's profit. Article (sub req.)

> Sharp plans to reduce the production of screens for Apple's 9.7-inch iPad due to increased demand for the iPad mini. Article

> Google will pay $1 billion to build a headquarters in London. Article

> Nokia plans to let customers make 3D prints of cases for its devices. Article

> Research In Motion will pay up to $500,000 for BlackBerry 10 apps. Article

> Samsung is reportedly preparing a Galaxy Note with an 8-inch screen. Article

> LG reportedly is preparing the Optimus G Pro. Article

> Nokia's former CEO is moving to a Swedish company that sells software for TVs. Article

> An LG executive said shortages of the Nexus 4 are due to Google's poor sales estimates. Article

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> Instagram countered reports of a dwindling customer base with the release of data that showed customer growth. Article

> Google's Larry Page discussed the company's rivalry with Facebook, its Android efforts and Apple Maps. Article

And finally… Apple is reportedly looking to make Siri more engaging. Article

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