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Following Microsoft's Recipes for Android Self-Programming

Microsoft is involved in a project geared toward self-programming and extending the functionality of the Android smartphone environment. That's surprising, because Microsoft has got its own phone OS that competes. However, on{X} in beta is bringing some unique JavaScript APIs to the table that let you program your phone remotely.

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Now You Can Install Jelly Bean on Your Kindle Fire [Video]

If you're a Kindle Fire owner painfully jealous of the new Nexus 7, here's something to make you feel a little better: you can now install Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on your tablet. More »...

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HTC Reportedly Taking Another Shot at a Tablet

The company, primarily known for smartphones, has had little success with tablets. [Read more]...

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Google Pushing Jelly Bean Updates to Android Devices

Or one device, anyway, with three more to come Google is pushing out the Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" upgrade on Wednesday, but only to customers who have the unlocked version of the Samsung-built Galaxy Nexus mobile.…...

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Raspberry Pi Summer Code Contest for Children Announced

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced a contest for children up to the age of 18 to write programs for the Raspberry Pi mini-computer. The foundation is providing $4,000 in prizes for the contest...

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