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Huawei has backtracked on suggestions that it is weighing making an offer on Nokia, with the Chinese company now saying it “has no plans” to buy the Windows Phone firm. On June 4, Chrysler caught public attention by refusing to recall 2.7 million Jeep Grand Cherokees and Jeep Libertys after the NHTSA requested the auto maker issue a recall over potential fires in rear-end collisions. Note-taking addicts and Evernote lovers alike have had access to the Evernote Web Clipper tool for awhile now, which allows individuals to clip items from the web for easy saving to their account. NASA has been aggressive about identifying near-Earth objects that could pose a threat to our planet in the future, as well as pursuing ideas to deal with space rock aimed at Earth. If you spend any amount of time on Facebook, you’ve likely either seen Candy Crush Saga notifications in the news feed, received invitations to play, or have dabbled in the game yourself. On June 5, we reported on a take down of Citadel botnet networks by Microsoft‘s Digital Crime Unit and the FBI, among other unspecified “technology industry partners. We’ve heard extensively about the gradual decline of the consumer PC market, with industry leaders feeling the pain as consumers gravitate towards more mobile devices: tablets and smartphones. We spent some time benchmarking the Snapdragon 800 series processors and as a result, we were able to play with the MDP (Mobile Developer Platform) devices. Google Drive has supported quite a few languages, and you’d have been hard-pressed to find one you didn’t speak or need. Qualcomm may have introduced the Snapdragon 800 processor a little while back, and while we suspect some may be wondering why we have yet to see any real announcements since that point in time, it seems there was an actual plan in action.