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Apple Ups Lead Over Android Among Business Users

Apple has grown more popular with the enterprise crowd at the expense of Android, according to a Egnyte report covered by TechCrunch. [Read more]...

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Apple’s Phil Schiller Takes on Android Over Malware Issues

Poking fun at Google’s popular mobile OS, Apple's marketing chief Phil Schiller recently tweeted a link to F-Secure's latest Mobile Threat Report, paired with a 'Be safe out there' warning message.

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Tegra 3 and Linux Power Tiny Computer Module

Toradex will soon ship the first member of a new SODIMM-like COM (computer-on-module) family. The 82x42mm Apalis T30 is powered by a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3, and supported with an embedded Linux OS. The company sees ARM as a growing alternative to x86 CPUs, in applications such as digital signage...

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Android Accounts For Most Mobile Malware, says F-Secure

With Android accounting for 96 percent of all mobile malware in Q4 2012, F-Secure warns that the Google-developed mobile platform is increasingly being targeted by malware writers and hackers.

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Chrome for Android Beta has SPDY Proxying

Google's quest for a faster web comes to Android with the latest beta of Chrome including an experimental data compression proxy with SPDY connections to the servers. The update also adds password and autofill syncing for the less experimental...

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