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Android 4.2.2 AOSP Binaries Launched For Nexus Devices

These are intended for use with any Nexus AOSP-enabled device including Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and the previous generation Galaxy Nexus.

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MirrorLink: Your Vehicle is Now a Smartphone App

A global standard established by Connected Car Consortium, MirrorLink is touted to enable secure and seamless integration between a smartphone and a car's infotainment system.

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Acer To Ship 7 Million Android Tablets This Year: Sources

With an aim to meet strong demand for entry-level tablets, Acer is reportedly planning to ship 10 million tablets in 2013.

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MWC 2013: New Buzzword is M2M

At this week's Mobile World Congress, machine-to-machine is the new wave of the wireless revolution which involves getting devices to talk with other devices, with no humans in between.

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The 2013 Case for Open Mobile Devices--from Phones to Tablets

 In a post a few weeks ago, I discussed the impending arrival of a slew of mobile phones based on Firefox OS and Ubuntu, and we've seen a few of these show up now, like the Firefox OS phones seen here. There are many concrete signs that we are going to see heavy competition among open mobile operating systems this year. But we aren't just going to see phones based on them. Many people are excited about Ubuntu Touch, which Canonical has delivered in a tablet version. 

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