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    It’s only been a week since HTC launched its latest flagship phone , but according to one retailer, the Taiwanese company isn’t done with product launches for 2014 quite yet. 3G.co.uk reports that the HTC One (M8) MINI is set to go on sale sometime in May. The source also notes that HTC’s much discussed Duo Camera will be replaced by a standard single camera on the MINI. There hasn’t been any indication as to the price, but expect a significant discount from the HTC One (M8) .
    One trial wasn't enough: After Apple's billion-dollar victory over Samsung back in 2012, the two tech titans have returned to court two years later to slug it out again, this time over more device patents. Will Apple's appeals to its perceived originality and innovation be enough to convince the judge of awarding a second victory? Watch this space for all the latest updates and drama from second trial of the century.
    Over the last 20 years, big technology companies like Google, Amazon and Apple have revolutionized the way people discover information, find new products and buy goods and services from athletic socks to airline tickets. Yet they have barely made a dent in changing the way people actually pay for things. Instead, the cash and credit card ecosystem has remained the status quo, even as Silicon Valley behemoths have upended so many other everyday experiences. Most online transactions are still paid for using credit cards. New payment methods could start to gain traction soon, however. Some of the biggest technology companies are now making how they are paid a priority.
    The report that T-Mobile CEO John Legere has been waiting for is finally here. According to OpenSignal’s crowd sourced data from the second half of 2013, T-Mobile provides the fastest LTE speeds of any carrier in the United States. Using the most recent data, OpenSignal puts T-Mobile above AT&T , Verizon and Sprint . Collecting data from 6 million users, OpenSignal focused on the download speeds and the time spent with access to an LTE network.