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Top 10 articles: Nokia Lumia 920 fever and Raspberry Pi makeover

10 Sep 2012

Nokia swept the board for most popular articles this week, after unveiling its first Windows Phone 8 handsets.

The Lumia 920 and 820 are due out in November, with the high-end 920 featuring a 4.5in 1280x768 display, dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of memory, 32GB of storage, wireless charging and advanced camera technology.

The latter landed Nokia in hot water shortly after the launch, when it emerged that the firm had faked the Lumia 920 Pureview technology shown during a video demo. Investors also showed their lack of enthusiasm for the new Windows Phone 8 devices, as Nokia’s share price dropped immediately after the launch.

However, in our first impressions article pitting the 920 against Samsung’s first Windows Phone 8 device, the Ativ S, the Lumia came out on top so Nokia could be on track to corner the market for those wanting a Microsoft-based handset. Not that Samsung needs to worry too much, after the news that its Galaxy S3 flagship Android handset has already managed to shift 20 million units.

Elsewhere, speculation was rife that the impending launch of the next iPhone would see Apple end-of-life the 3GS model. And there was excitement among the PC enthusiast community as Raspberry Pi announced an overhaul to its board, plus a move to start manufacturing the bare-bones kit in the UK.

samsung-ativ-s-windows-8-smartphoneNokia Lumia 920 vs Samsung Ativ S: First impressions of first Windows Phone 8 handsets
V3 breaks down the Android heavyweight's chances of breaking into Nokia's WP8 territory

 

 

 

rhc-iphone-high-resIPhone 5 release could bring end to 3GS
Entry-level phone gives way to iPhone 4 model

 

 

 

 

Nokia production site in SaloNokia share price slumps as Lumia 920 fails to convince investors
First Windows Phone 8 device from Finnish firm fails to excite markets

 

 

Raspberry Pi Scratch demoRaspberry Pi "Wheezy" hands-on review
We try out the updated version of the Raspberry Pi software 

 

 

 

Olympic Edition Samsung Galaxy S3Samsung Galaxy S3 breaks 20 million sales mark in 100 days
Flagship handset becomes tech giant's fastest seller

 

 

 

tehranIran and North Korea sign technology treaty to combat hostile malware
Researchers warn move is latest escalation of growing cyber wars 

 

 

 

Nokia Lumia 920 officialNokia unveils Lumia 920 Pureview Windows Phone 8 handset
Company shows off answer to Apple iPhone 5 

 

 

 

Apple iPhone 4SUPDATED: Hacktivists steal 12 million Apple iPhone identification codes
Hackers claim to have stolen information from FBI but security researchers dubious 

 

 

Nokia Lumia 920 Microsoft Windows Phone 8 Floating LensNokia issues apology for faking Lumia 920 Pureview tech
Demo video not shot using new Windows Phone 8 device

 

 

 

Raspberry Pi and Oyster travel cardRaspberry Pi gets a board makeover
Version 2.0 circuit board has mounting holes, can be powered by USB

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Madeline Bennett
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Madeline Bennett is editor of V3 and The INQUIRER. Previously, she was editor of IT Week. Prior to becoming a journalist, Madeline was an English teacher at a London secondary school. Madeline is a regular technology commentator on TV and radio, including Sky, BBC and CNN. 

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