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Jelly Bean Alone in Driving Android Growth

Jelly Bean is now the only version of Android that is experiencing growth, which is good news for developers because it suggests that the ecosystem is getting less fragmented.

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Android Virus Scanners are Easily Fooled

Researchers tried to sneak known Android malware past ten anti-virus programs – and were successful in all ten cases. Often, only marginal malware modifications were required...

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Nook HD and HD+ Get Full Google Play Support for Android Apps

Barnes & Noble's Nook tablets have always been surprisingly good Android devices with one critical flaw: very few apps. That's because to-date they have relied on the company's own app store, which offered a tiny fraction of what was available on Google Play. That's all changed, as the company has...

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Low-Cost, Future Proof IVI Demo Runs on Raspberry Pi

Abalta Technologies announced an in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) solution that inexpensively mirrors browser content from smartphones or tablets to Linux-enabled “head” units. The company’s Weblink IVI demo consists of a client app running on a Raspberry Pi-based simulated head unit acting as a remote touchscreen for WiFi- or USB-connected smartphones running...

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Pico-ITX SBC Aims ARM Linux at In-Vehicle and Mobile Apps

Via Technologies announced a tiny, low-power Pico-ITX SBC with optional 3G connectivity and battery power support, aimed at in-vehicle and mobile applications. The VAB-600 is based on an 800MHz ARM Cortex-A9 system-on-chip (SOC) with on-chip graphics acceleration, offers Ethernet, WiFi, and 3G connectivity, operates from 0 to 60° C, and...

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