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Caterpillar has finally made the CAT B15 rugged smartphone available in the United States, and it can be yours for just $350. Opera for Android has gotten a very significant upgrade in the Google Play Store, giving users a lot of great new features. HTC's loses their Chief Product Officer. This, and other departures, could signal more troubles for the struggling smartphone manufacturer. The Motorola XT1056 has just passed through the FCC with compatibility for Sprint's 4G LTE network. The model number is very similar to the XT1058 -- aka the X Phone -- which we also saw pass through the FCC not too long ago. A comment by ASUS Global on their Google+ could have hinted at a possible US-friendly ASUS PadFone Infinity to be announced at this year's Computex expo in Taiwan. Samsung GT-N7200 (Galaxy Note 3) has appeared in an Antutu benchmark equipped with a 1.6GHz processor and running on Android 4. I have traded my iPhone 5 for a HTC One, my first Android phone. After three weeks, here are some of my first impressions of the key features of the HTC One. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 has popped up in another benchmark, seemingly confirming it will come equipped with an Intel CPU instead of Samsung's own Exynos. Microsoft just announced the one set-top box to rule them all - the Xbox One. This major play to take over your living room threatens the existence of Google TV. Sprint has formally announced that the Kyocera Hydro Edge is coming to its shores this summer. This splash-resistant smartphone could be the perfect companion for anyone working in the field.