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How Samsung Broke Away from the Android Pack

The fourth version of the hit Galaxy S smartphone will debut this week at Radio City Music Hall with fanfare usually reserved for the iPhone. What a difference two years make. [Read more]...

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Intel Delivers Innovations Atop Google's Android

Intel has released their own spin of Google's Android operating system with some features not yet found in the upstream open-source Android project...

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Android-Powered Light Switch Seeks to Control Your Home

Ube announced today that its WiFi Smart Dimmer switch, currently an in-process project at Kickstarter, will be able to control other smart devices throughout the home via gestures on the dimmer’s capacitive multi-touch interface. According to Ube, the WiFi Smart Dimmer fits in ordinary wall switch locations, and will be...

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Kernel-Level App Whitelisting Support for Android Devices

McAfee has released new security software for Android-based devices. Application Control for Android is claimed to be the only kernel-level security solution for protecting devices running embedded Android from installing or executing malicious apps. With Android’s growing popularity in embedded applications, it has begun to draw the attention of new...

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Jolla Hires Designers Behind Huawei Devices, Nokia E-Series for Sailfish Phone

Gearing up for its China launch, Jolla has tapped the designers behind Huawei's smartphones.

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