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Android 4.0.3 Update Out for T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy S II

T-Mobile subscribers who own the Galaxy S II phone can grab the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich update, but it's only available through Samsung's Kies software. [Read more]...

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900,000 Android Activations Per Day, Andy Rubin Not Leaving Google

Andy Rubin, the creator of Android has squashed rumors that he will be leaving Google.

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Linaro Boosts Android 4.0.4 Performance

Developers at Linaro have optimised version 4.0.4 of Google's open source Android mobile operating system so that it runs up to twice as fast, thanks to a newer compiler and special optimisations for ARM...

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Debian Wheezy for Raspberry Pi Goes Into Testing

Developers working with the low cost ARM based mini-computer now have a new version of Debian GNU/Linux to test: "wheezy"...

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Are Multi-Core Processors a Waste of Time for Android? [Android]

Many Android handsets feature incredible processing power these days, with multiple cores and high clock speeds seeming to offer incredibly smooth performance. According to Mike Bell, from Intel's Mobile and Communications Group, though, the specs might not be as impressive as they first appear. More »...

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