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May 24, 2012

Motorola RAZR MAXX Goes Official in the UAE, Priced at 625 USD (500 EUR)




Motorola RAZR MAXX has just been introduced in the UAE. The smartphone is one of RAZR’s sequels, but with a much better battery. The handset can be purchased via major retailers in the UAE for a suggested retail price of 2,299 AED (625 USD or 500 EUR). 

Powered by Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread platform at launch, Motorola RAZR MAXX has been scheduled for an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade sometime in Q2 2012. Due to the fact that it packs a 3,300 mAh Li-Ion battery, the RAZR MAXX is a bit thicker than the Motorola RAZR. The phone measures 130.7 x 68.9 x 9 mm and weighs around 145g (battery included). According to Motorola, the high-capacity battery should provide up to 25 days of standby time or up to 17.6 hours of talk time. Expect continuous usage time to be much lower than the previous numbers.

 “RAZR MAXX isn’t changing the rules - it’s creating a whole new game. Building on the RAZR heritage it combines the pinnacle of design with mind-blowing power and an incredible battery life that is perfect for people who want to push their smartphone to the limits,” said Raed Hafez, managing director for Motorola Mobility, Middle East & Africa. Customers across the United Arab Emirates who purchase the RAZR MAXX will enjoy the phone’s premium materials that gives the phone a stylish feel and feel. The smartphone’s battery hood is covered with KEVLAR fiber, while the display features Corning Gorilla Glass coating.

RAZR MAXX is equipped with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and packs 1GB of RAM. Users can be sure they will have enough storage space at their disposal, as the RAZR MAXX embeds 16GB of internal memory, which can be further expanded up to 32GB via microSD card. “Whether you want to watch hours of movies, or don’t want to worry about charging between meetings, this latest smartphone from Motorola redefines boundaries and banishes the low battery beep to history,” concluded Hafez.


HP Will Drop the Compaq Brand Next Year




Once a well-known developer and vendor of computers and related products and services, Compaq has finally reached the point where its name is about to become history.

And by “become history” we don't mean to say that it will make some grand achievement, but that it will finally become a thing of the past. HP has stated that, starting at some point in 2013, it will cease using the Compaq brand on everything except some entry-level PCs. Compaq was established in 1982 and was the one that made some of the first IBM PC compatible computers.

HP bought it in 2002 but didn't strive to develop it, instead relegating the brand to the low-end monitor and system market. It is for this reason that many consumers don't recognize Compaq by name anymore.


New Samsung Galaxy Note II Concept Phone Emerges




In early May, Samsung unveiled to the world its latest flagship Android-based device, the Galaxy S III, with a quad-core application processor packs inside, and with a large 4.8-inch touchscreen display on the front.

The handset builds on the success of last year’s Galaxy S II, which was also used as base for the building of another high-end handset from Samsung, namely Galaxy Note. Following tradition, a new Galaxy Note model might arrive on shelves with specs that would remind of Galaxy S III, and one concept phone that steps down this road has just made an appearance online. We’re referring here to the Galaxy Note II concept device from Bob Freking (via Concept-phones), which shows design elements familiar to Samsung’s new Android phone.

Basically, Galaxy Note II was thought as a larger version of Galaxy S III and is featuring a 5.5-inch front panel now, up from the 5.3-inch touchscreen display on the original Note. Of course, this is a 1080p HD AMOLED screen, and is complemented by a quad-core Exynos 1.8 GHz application processor, capable of providing users with better performance levels. The same TouchWiz UI from Galaxy S III would be present on this device, though it would have to feature some tweaks to make it compatible with the S Pen technology that Samsung’s Galaxy Note devices arrive with.

If we were to let us dream higher, we would even say that Galaxy Note II is meant to bring along upgraded S Pen technology, and that other specs of the device would also be enhanced to make it even more appealing than the original. Samsung’s Galaxy Note smartphone was quite successful, and a follower would certainly attract people on its side, although it would be aimed only at a niche market. However, if packed with high-end specs such as those attached to this concept phone, it could easily win the heart of more users.


Huawei Ascend P1 Gets FCC Approval, Coming Soon with HSPA+ Support




Ascend P1 is the second Huawei smartphone that gets FCC’s (Federal Communication Commission) approval this month. Huawei Ascend D1 got its certifications last week and is expected to arrive in the US as well.

According to the documents filed at FCC, the Ascend P1 has been approved with penta-band HSPA+ / UMTS, which might be an indication that the smartphone is headed to T-Mobile USA or AT&T. However, before making its entrance in North America, Huawei announced the Ascend P1 would be launched in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Australia this month. Europe and Latin America will also get the smartphone starting June.

Huawei Ascend P1 will be shipped with Android 4.0 ICS on-board and a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display (540 x 960 pixels). The phone packs a dual-core TI OMAP 4460 processor clocked at 1.5 GHz and 1GB of RAM. via Engadget


Google to Buy Arduinos, Raspberry Pis for Students in England




Google's Eric Schmidt has been relegated mostly to public relations stuff, but that doesn't mean he's not doing some interesting things for the company. For one, it's getting the UK government to reconsider computer science education and science education in general.

Not only that, Google is leading, by example, by paying for teachers and computer labs in England. Through an organization, Google will pay for some 100 science teachers, mostly computer science, which will hopefully open children's eyes to the wonders of writing code and science in general.

The teachers are just part of the equation, Google will also pay for Raspberry Pi devices, to be used in classes, and even Arduino starter kits. The program is hoped to reach about 20,000 students in England, especially in poorer regions.


Nokia Plans Slimmer PureView Handsets




At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, Nokia unveiled to the world its first smartphone packing a 41-megapixel photo snapper, namely the Nokia 808 PureView. 

The handset is impressive, especially due to its camera capabilities, but the facts that it is quite bulky when compared to today’s slim high-end devices and that it runs under Symbian can be seen as deal breakers. However, it seems that this might change in future models, and that Nokia aims at launching slimmer, more appealing PureView handsets. Vesa Jutila, head of product marketing for the 808 PureView, reportedly confirmed that the company was working on new high-quality imaging devices, but he did not offer specific details on a planned model.

However, Jutila did say that Nokia was considering a series of ways in which it would include high-end Zeiss optic and Nokia's oversampling technology inside such devices, so as to avoid the need for optical zoom. Nokia is already working on its next-generation camera sensors, he said, confirming that slimmer models are a viable possibility. Moreover, he also added that upcoming PureView smartphones might not necessarily sport 41-megapixel camera sensors, but he did not offer other info on this. Previously, Nokia was rumored to plan the release of new devices in the PureView range, and it was also said to have plans for loading Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system on some of these handsets.

If Nokia indeed manages to make the phones slimmer but keep the advanced camera features, it will have highly-appealing smartphones on shelves soon, thus being capable to better compete against devices powered by Android. However, Nokia has yet to offer an official confirmation on the matter, since nothing was formally announced just yet. Hopefully, it won’t be that long before they manage to bring something out, as they definitely need new devices to regain some market share.


ZenBook SSD and MacBookAir SSD Are Not Compatible with mSATA




It’s a very good thing that mobile computers are starting to ship with integrated SSD drives next to the traditional HDDs or just SSDs altogether.  We’d rather each notebook came with two 2.5” bays, so that the user can choose whatever configuration he desires.

On very small systems like Apple’s MacBookAir and ASUS’ ZenBook, there isn’t room for two 2.5” bays and it’s understandable why the manufacturer would go for only one mSATA SSD, like Apple did, or for a combination between an mSATA SSD and a normal HDD like in the ZenBook. We’ll underline again that we prefer ASUS’s implementation, as it offers good storage capacity, next to the SSD’s speed and short access times. If the user desires greater speed or lower power consumption along with a lighter weight, he’d be able to remove the HDD and replace it with a low-profile SSD.

The problem is that notebook manufacturers seem to be on a customization streak and reportedly ASUS’ SSD is physically incompatible with Apple’s SSD option. There might be a way to force the drives in a certain connector in a certain position, but there’s no guarantee that the pins are also electrically compatible. The thing is that this customization trend is exactly what users do not desire. The user needs the possibility to upgrade and, while there are companies offering mSATA SSDs with SLC NAND, why wouldn’t the notebook manufacturers adhere to the mSATA standard? Is there any technical advantage in using such custom interfaces?

Notebooks having two 2.5” bays provide the best performing mobile storage solution these days. Also, we must mention MSI’s GT70 laptop with its RAID 0 SSD configuration along with the extra HDD. We believe MSI’s solution to be the fastest of the lot and that it provides the best speed to capacity ratio. For more pictures, make sure you check out Anand’s very useful article.

ASUS's ZenBook SSD and Apple's MacBookAir SSD

Sprint LG LS860 (Cayenne) Blurry Picture Emerges, It Boasts LTE and Android 4.0 ICS




Two weeks ago a certain LG LS970 (Eclipse 4G LTE) leaked online, but no details on the smartphone’s availability or pricing were unveiled at that time. Today, we have another device that is likely to make its way onto Sprint’s stores.

The folks over at BriefMobile have been tipped on the possible upcoming release of another LTE smartphone, the LG LS860, also known as LG Cayenne. Unlike the Eclipse, which is a top-tier Android phone, the LS860 seems more like a mid-range device, though it does come equipped with a dual-core processor. Unfortunately, only a few of the Cayenne specs have been revealed, but more may be unveiled in the near future. Apparently, the LG LS860 will be shipped with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system out of the box.

Hardware-wise, the device is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor. Most likely the phone will be based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S3 platform. Although blurry, the picture of the phone also reveals a generous slide-out QWERTY keyboard, as well as three touch-sensitive keys (not on-screen). Furthermore, LG LS860 sports a more than decent 4.0-inch WVGA IPS capacitive touchscreen display. As we already mentioned earlier, the smartphone offers full LTE support.

For those who are not familiar with Sprint’s Android portfolio, the Cayenne seems to be an LG Viper with physical QWERTY keyboard. The Viper is also known as LS840, so we can safely assume that the Cayenne will be released as a sequel in the following months. If the rest of Cayenne’s specs match those of Viper, we should expect the former to come with 1GB of RAM, around 4GB of ROM and microSD card slot for memory expansion (up to 32GB). There is no information on LG LS860’s (Cayenne) availability or price tag, but we can safely assume this one will hit shelves sometime this summer.


Nvidia’s Icera Smartphone Chipset Validated by AT&T on the LTE Network




IC and GPU chip designer Nvidia has just announced, on its official website, that the company’s new Icera software modem was certified to work on AT&T LTE networks.

The Icera chip has a multimode radio transceiver that can offer 4G LTE at category 2 transfer data rates of up to 50 Mb/s. This is a very fast data transmission solution over mobile phone networks and, for Nvidia, it is truly a necessity if the company wants to succeed as a smartphone processor manufacturer.

Future Tegra chips might actually incorporate this type of technology to allow the platform to achieve lower energy consumption and thus, a longer battery life. "Validation with AT&T is an achievement that paves the way for NVIDIA Icera-powered LTE devices on the AT&T network through this year and next," said Stan Boland, senior vice president of Nvidia’s Mobile Communications division.


Galaxy S III’s TouchWiz UI Ported to Galaxy Note, Galaxy S II




One of the most appealing features that Samsung’s new Galaxy S III handset arrives on shelves with is the new TouchWiz UI that the handset vendor loaded on top of Google’s Android operating system.

It brings along a more appealing visual appearance, icons structured on four or five columns, smoother transitions and the like. Clearly, when coupled with the quad-core application processor inside the Galaxy S III, as well as with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform running on the device, this UI can deliver a great user experience. However, more users of Samsung Android handsets can now take advantage of the goodies that the phone maker packed this UI with. TouchWiz was extracted from Galaxy S III’s ROM and ported to two other devices, namely the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy S II.

For the large, 5.3-inch Galaxy Note smartphone, the Galaxy S III UI is available via a new custom ROM, which means that users interested in getting it will have to root their devices and flash them with the new software. The ROM was also optimized for the new TouchWiz Launcher 5.0, and it comes with updated S-Voice and related libraries. Specific info on how to get the software can be found in this thread on the XDA-Developers forum. For the owners of Galaxy S II, the process is a bit simpler. They can download only the TouchWiz UI 5.0 and load it on their devices.

It comes in two versions, one that has icons displayed on four columns and five rows, and another with icons showed on five columns and five rows. Apparently, the calendar widget does not work properly at the moment, but it might get fixed soon. You can read all about this port in this thread on XDA-Developers. Links to the two versions of the TouchWiz are available there as well.One of the most appealing features that Samsung’s new Galaxy S III handset arrives on shelves with is the new TouchWiz UI that the handset vendor loaded on top of Google’s Android operating system.

It brings along a more appealing visual appearance, icons structured on four or five columns, smoother transitions and the like. Clearly, when coupled with the quad-core application processor inside the Galaxy S III, as well as with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform running on the device, this UI can deliver a great user experience. However, more users of Samsung Android handsets can now take advantage of the goodies that the phone maker packed this UI with.

TouchWiz was extracted from Galaxy S III’s ROM and ported to two other devices, namely the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy S II. For the large, 5.3-inch Galaxy Note smartphone, the Galaxy S III UI is available via a new custom ROM, which means that users interested in getting it will have to root their devices and flash them with the new software. The ROM was also optimized for the new TouchWiz Launcher 5.0, and it comes with updated S-Voice and related libraries. Specific info on how to get the software can be found in this thread on the XDA-Developers forum.

For the owners of Galaxy S II, the process is a bit simpler. They can download only the TouchWiz UI 5.0 and load it on their devices. It comes in two versions, one that has icons displayed on four columns and five rows, and another with icons showed on five columns and five rows. Apparently, the calendar widget does not work properly at the moment, but it might get fixed soon. You can read all about this port in this thread on XDA-Developers. Links to the two versions of the TouchWiz are available there as well.



First Radeon HD 7700 Card with Overvoltage Support and TransThermal Design




Taiwanese mainboard manufacturer MSI, also known for its powerful notebooks and video cards, has recently announced the R7770 Power Edition 1GD5/OC video card, on its official website. This is a unique model with special cooling and overclocking features.

MSI’s new Radeon HD 7770 video card comes with a very special cooling system. It has two fans that can slide back and forth on the cooling heat sink, and that can be removed when the card is not in high overclocking mode. This way, MSI’s R7770 Power Edition 1GD5/OC video card will be quieter and the unnecessary cooling fan can sit tight in the box and doesn’t get worn out. Also, one of the fans can be stacked over the other to increase the airflow in a certain area of the heatsink. This cooling design is called by MSI “TransThermal” cooling and we think it’s a good idea.

The card features AMD’s “Cape Verde” GPU. This chip comes with a minuscule 123 square millimeter die size, containing 1.5 billion transistors. The default GPU frequency is 1 GHz when working in 3D mode, but MSI’s implementation comes pre-overclocked to 1100 MHz GPU speed. The “Cape Verde XT” GPU is part of AMD’s GCN architecture and comes with much improved GPU compute performance. The GPU has 640 unified shader processors, 40 texturing units and 16 ROPs.

This is not the highest factory overclock we’ve seen on a Radeon HD 7770 card, as HiS’ Radeon HD 7770 IceQX is clocked directly at 1170 MHz, as we reported here. Sapphire’s HD 7770 Vapor-X OC Edition video card is pre-overclocked at the same 1100 MHz, documented here. On the other hand, MSI’s R7770 Power Edition 1GD5/OC video card comes with factory overvoltage support that will allow the user to adjust the voltage of GPU, memory and VDDCI to unleash the potential of the graphics card.

The card also comes fitted with high-quality and reliable electronic components marketed by MSI under the moniker “Military Class III Components.” These are certified to meet MIL-STD-810G standard, thus ensuring the best stability and quality. The rest of the components are Hi-c CAP, SFC and All Solid capacitors. The overvoltage and overclocking will be handled by MSI well-known “Afterburner” overclocking utility.

The graphics memory works at the default 4500 MHz, which is quite a pity, considering that the card has a 128 Bit memory BUS. On the connectivity side, MSI’s R7770 Power Edition 1GD5/OC video card comes with one DVI-I connector, a HDMI 1.4a interface along with a Display Port. HDMI 1.4a also brings 120 MHz stereoscopic 3D support along with 4K display ability and 3 GHz HDMI. Pricing has not been made official yet, but we estimate it to be around 200 USD (~ 160 EUR) at the day of the launch.






Samsung Launches GALAXY Ace DUOS with “Always On Call” Feature




South Korean handset vendor Samsung has just announced the upcoming availability of Galaxy Ace DUOS Android phone. At first glance, this seems to be the GSM variant of the CDMA-enabled Galaxy Ace DUOS, which was launched back in February.

The previously launched Galaxy Ace DUOS is dual-SIM and supports both CDMA and GSM networks, whereas the new Galaxy Ace DUOS only comes with GSM support. However, customers looking for a dual-SIM device may want to check this one out, as the handset comes with a neat new feature called “always on.” While this “dual-SIM always on” feature is enabled, the Galaxy Ace DUOS will automatically forward calls from the phone number on SIM 2, even if the owner is using the SIM 1 phone number. This will ensure that users will never miss a call again.

“With Dual SIM convenience, enhanced connectivity, and performance features, the GALAXY Ace Duos delivers a sleek design and incredible features intended to provide consumers with a smartphone that meets their hidden needs,” said JK Shin, president and head of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung.  Aside from its dual-SIM capability, Samsung Galaxy Ace DUOS packs a 3.5-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen display (320 x 480 pixels), a 5-megapixel rear camera and HSDPA (7.2Mbps) support. The smartphone is powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system integrated with Samsung TouchWiz UX user interface.

On the inside, the phone is equipped with an 832 MHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM and 3GB of internal memory, which can be further expanded up to 32GB via microSD. According to Samsung, the GALAXY Ace DUOS will be initially launched in June in Russia, and gradually rolled out to Europe, CIS, Latin America, Southeast and Southwest Asia, Middle East, Africa, and China. No word on price tag yet. “We continue to listen to our customers and lead them to a life extraordinary by expanding our GALAXY smart device range, which continues to gain traction as one of the most recognized and popular mobile brands in the world,” added JK Shin.



Google to Release 7-Inch Tablet in June, Expects to Ship 600,000 Units




It looks like Google has been working hard to deliver its first 7-inch tablet. Although there have been some speculations that the slate has been delayed due to the fact that it wasn’t competitive enough, new information has emerged that confirms Google is ready to announce the tablet in June.

However, the information needs to be taken with a grain of salt, as we don’t have any official confirmation yet. According to DigiTimes, citing “sources from the upstream supply chain,” Google’s 7-inch tablet will start shipping in June. Initially slated for a May release, the tablet was delayed for July, “sources close to the project” claimed last month. Given the fact that the tablet’s price was set at about $250 USD, Google thought it to be too high to be competitive enough with other slates that are already available on the market. The search giant aimed for a $150 - $200 USD retail price, which will probably eliminate the current competition.

That is why Google has decided to send the tablet back to the drawing table and make some adjustments that would bring its market price to around $200 USD. Well, it appears that Asus, the company Google partnered with in this endeavor, made the necessary changes and tweaks faster than expected. DigiTimes reports that Google’s 7-inch tablet will start shipping in June, but it will go on sale on the market only in July. Google expects to ship around 600,000 units in June, and around 2.5 million units by the end of year. Rumors has it that Samsung, Asus and Acer will also bring their own branded 7-inch tablets on the market in the second half of the year, though we’re still waiting for more details on this.

So far, there are no confirmed details on Google’s 7-inch tablet specs, but it might be equipped with a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and Wi-Fi support. According to the latest hearsay, the slate will not be integrated with 3G connectivity.



Windows Phone 8 Is Expected on Current Devices




Windows Phone 8, the next-generation mobile platform version from Microsoft, is expected to make its way to devices currently available on the market, the latest reports on the matter suggest.

Microsoft is preparing new versions of its Windows platform to arrive on shelves later this year, and it is set to target various market segments with them. Thus, we’ll see Windows 8 loaded on x86 devices, regardless of their form factor, we’ll have Windows RT on ARM-powered computers, and there will also be Windows Phone 8, targeted at current-gen smartphones. A recent article on My Microsoft Life claims that the info comes from a source who discussed this with a Waggener Edstrom person, which should add credibility to it. 

Clearly, a Waggener Edstrom representative should have knowledge of Microsoft’s plans for its various operating system versions, yet it comes as a surprise that he/she let it slip. This is not the first time when info on Windows Phone 8 coming to current devices emerges, though we’ll still have to wait for the official announcement to be sure about it. However, it appears that we won’t have to sit back too long for that. Rumor has it that Microsoft is informing various people on its plans, and that it is also getting ready to make an official announcement in the coming weeks.

Additional details on the Redmond-based company’s plans in the Windows Phone segment should emerge soon, while the formal unveiling is expected to take place in the second half of June. In addition to existing handsets, Windows Phone 8 is also expected to emerge on new hardware, most probably packing better specs than before. The platform is said to bring along support for multi-core processors and for higher screen resolutions, as well as various other enhancements that would bring Windows Phone devices in line with those powered by rival mobile platforms. Stay tuned for more on this.


Nokia Phi Emerges in WP Bench Running Windows Phone 8




Microsoft and its partner phone makers are gearing up for the release of Windows Phone 8 and of new devices running under it, one of which might be the Nokia Phi that was just spotted in WP Bench.

The Windows Phone benchmarking application shows this handset as being the latest to have been added to its database, with Windows Phone 8 loaded on top, WMPoweruser reports. In fact, the application shows that Nokia Phi packs Windows Phone OS 8.0.9698.0 inside, which could be one of the latest versions of the OS before the final build is pushed out.

Since WP Bench results can be tweaked, we’ll take the info on this Nokia handset with a grain of salt, but we’ll keep an eye out for additional details on the device, especially since the OS build matches the list that leaked online only several days ago.


Power Color Shows Glimpse of Vortex III Cooling System




Following the popular rule “more is better,” well-known video card manufacturer Power Color is reportedly working on a new Vortex cooling solution. The novelty is called Vortex III and comes with three fans.

By looking at the picture, we can tell you that the fans feature a smaller diameter than the usual 80 millimeters, or so it appears. Unfortunately, this is still a triple-slot cooling solution. We’d like manufacturers to concentrate on advanced single-slot cooling solutions and efficient passive cooling, but the overclocking trend is on a high wave right now.

The GPU that will benefit from Power Color’s Vortex III cooling technology is AMD’s Radeon HD 7970 GHz edition. Yes, this is a faster version of the fast Radeon HD 7970 we have on the market today. The cards and the cooling system are likely to be displayed at Computex 2012.


AMD Piledriver FX Chips Enter Mass Production in Q3




The Bulldozer AMD FX series of central processing units ended up disappointing most people, even though the chip did exactly what AMD said it would.

That said, we'll be more cautious in our assumptions regarding the FX-series central processing units that will replace them. Speaking of which, we now know when the first Piledriver FX chips will enter mass production. The information made its way to the Internet not too long ago. Advanced Micro Devices will give the green light for volume production in the third quarter of this year (2012). That's July-September, just before the back-to-school season, which may or may not work in the company's favor.

The first client models, or some of them, will use the so-called “Vishera” silicon and will be named FX-8350, FX-6300 and FX-4320. The first is an eight-core, a replacement of sorts for the FX-8150, while the second has six cores and the third is a quad-core. It may be worth saying that these products have been spotted before, in a roadmap slide, but the “x” in their names was mistaken for a different sort of prefix. At any rate, there is no information on the clock speeds and such, but we do know with a reasonable degree of certainty that the Piledrives FX will operate on the existing AM3+ CPU socket, so people won't have to buy new motherboards.

Turbo Core 2.0 will be present, ready to boost frequencies in a pinch, and so will a DDR3-1866 MHz memory controller. The only differences between the upcoming FX and Bulldozer are that the IPC (performance to clock-speed ratio) will be higher and that the energy efficiency will be superior as well (thanks to resonant clock mesh technology). Now we just have to hope that the Sunnyvale, California-based company won't give the wrong number of transistors again. When Bulldozer was first revealed, and even after the launch, everyone, reviewers included, knew that the silicon had 2 billion transistors. It was quite some time before AMD saw the error and said there were only 1.2 billion.


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