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A Demo of Samsung’s Multi-Window Android Extensions (video)

DeviceGuru.com reviewed Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 in quite some depth several months back, and later posted a YouTube video demonstrating the non-standard “multi-window” features added by Samsung via the tablet’s Android 4.1.2 firmware update. This post provides an excerpt from that review, discussing and demonstrating Samsung’s pumped-up TouchWiz user interface.

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Why Tizen Will Be a Game-Changer

In this guest post, Jared Weiner, an analyst at VDC Research, presents four reasons why he believes Samsung’s first Tizen-based smartphone, expected to arrive this summer, is likely to be a game-changer.   4 Reasons Tizen is Bad News for Android by Jared Weiner   bada. LiMo. Maemo. Moblin. MeeGo.

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Tiny $50 ARM-Based COM Runs Linux, Android

BDD Group is readying a tiny, sub-$50, SODIMM-style computer module powered by an SOC (system-on-chip) containing a single ARM Cortex A8 core along with a Mali-400 GPU, among other functions. The business card-sized “A10 COM” will be supported with Android and Linux BSPs. BDD’s CEO, Rowdy VanCleave, says the A10...

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Citrix: iOS Leads Enterprise Globally, but Android Growing Fastest in EMEA

Based on a new mobility report from Citrix, iOS is preferred for engaging customers one-on-one while Android is gaining strength with field service organizations.

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Building Tablet and Smartphone Apps for the Enterprise

If you want to give your users the absolute best experience when accessing enterprise data, you may find yourself building apps for private use. But how?

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