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    • Kyocera Echo

    • Sprint to Offer Dual-Screen Android Smartphone

    • The device, called the Echo and made by the U.S. unit of Kyocera Corp., features two 3.5-inch touch screens that can be stacked side by side.
    • Kyocera Hydro hands-on: Don’t call it rugged

    • During CTIA 2012, Kyocera announced its newest Ice Cream Sandwich device, the waterproof Kyocera Hydro.
    • Hands on with the Kyocera Rise, a rare phone w/ Android 4.0 and a keyboard

    • Japanese phone-maker Kyocera has a long way to go before it can really penetrate the U.S. market in the smartphone realm, but its just-announced Rise smartphone — running Android 4.0 and sporting a pleasant physical keyboard — might help.
    • Kyocera Tissue Conduction Phone Ears on: The Future of Calling?

    • Where’s the hole? That’s the first thing we asked ourselves when picking up Kyocera’s concept phone that uses tissue conduction technology.
    • Reality Check: Tablet makers have been served: Innovate, or get out

    • Many people may see Apple’s IP claims as somewhat ridiculous or petty, but perhaps understandable given the innovations Apple has brought to mobile communications.
    • Pioneer: More solar power on horizon

    • Senior vice president at Scottsdale-based Kyocera Solar, Tom Dyer, retired last month and shared some of his thoughts after working more than 40 years in the industry.
    • Q&A: What does Kyocera chief see as key to success?

    • Head of North American arm says broad portfolio helped Japanese firm grow
    • Gemalto’s Cinterion receives M2M awards

    • Cinterion, a Gemalto (GTO) company in the cellular M2M space, was recently awarded two gold value chain awards by Connected World magazine, which honors successful corporate adopters of M2M technology and solution providers.

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