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Samsung president JK Shin announces Galaxy Gear. Photo: Samsung

Samsung president JK Shin announces Galaxy Gear. Photo: Samsung

While its profits may be falling on the back of weak smartphone sales, it’s not all bad news for Samsung. The South Korean company has been named the most reputable company in the U.S. technology industry in the Reputation Institute’s latest RepTrak report.

LG will compete against its own Android Wear devices. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

LG will compete against its own Android Wear devices. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

LG may be building its own Android Wear smartwatches already, but that hasn’t stopped the South Korean company from developing new wearables powered by its own webOS platform. Sources familiar with its plans say we can expect to see the first of those devices in early 2016.

HP's Stream mini is a PC that fits in the palm of your hand. Photo: HP

HP’s Stream mini is a PC that fits in the palm of your hand. Photo: HP

Google’s miniature Chromeboxes make desktop computing more portable than ever before, and HP’s hoping to do the same for those who prefer Windows over Chrome OS. The company’s new Stream mini and Pavilion mini PCs look like an Apple TV or a Roku, but they run Windows 8.1 on specifications you’d usually expect to see in a budget notebook.

Palm may not be dead yet. Photo: Anthony Goto/Flickr

Palm may not be dead yet. Photo: Anthony Goto/Flickr

Some might say HP threw in the towel on Palm and its webOS software a little too prematurely, but it seems another hardware manufacturer may be willing to give it another chance. Alcatel Onetouch appears to have purchased the Palm brand from HP, but it’s currently unclear what the French company intends to do with its new trademarks.

Chromebooks are only going to get more popular. Photo: Acer

Chromebooks are only going to get more popular. Photo: Acer

Lenovo wants to shake up the affordable notebook market by launching the cheapest Chromebook we’ve seen to date, according to sources in its supply chain. The Chinese company is said to be targeting a price tag under $170, and it will turn to budget processors in order to keep costs low.

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