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Time for Android to Radically Change the UI

The patent infringement verdict against Samsung is a firm shot across the bow of Android. Google risks a continual stream of litigation from Apple unless it changes the look and feel of the Android UI.

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MIPS Aims Challenge at ARM Tablet Dominance

Displaying a new processor design, MIPS Technologies hopes to challenge ARM's reach in the high-end mobile device market.

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Sony Mobile Tries Open Path to Android Success

Some six months after Sony took full control of Sony Ericsson, following a $358 million quarterly loss by the renamed Sony Mobile Communications, Sony announced it was cutting 15 percent of the unit's workforce. Yet, the news was accompanied by several developments that point to a brighter, more open future for the struggling Android device vendor.

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Heartbroken App-Maker Qt Sneaks Into Android's Bed

The effort towards a Qt library for Android is progressing, with a fourth and final alpha release being sent out the door – despite confidence in the platform having steadily eroded since Nokia dumped it.…...

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Raspberry Pi Gives Users What They Asked For: MPEG-2 and VC-1 Support

After the lack of MPEG-2 and VC-1 caused an outcry among fans using the cheap Linux computer as a media centre, Raspberry Pi puts up licences for the video codecs on sale.

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