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Verizon Blames Samsung for Locked Bootloader in Galaxy S III

Verizon cleared up its stance on locking the bootloaders in phones using its network earlier this year. In short: it encourages OEMs to do so to keep its network humming along as Big Red feels it should. Well, it seems that VZW has changed that stance somewhat, as it's laid blame for the Galaxy S III's closed bootloader squarely at Samsung's feet, claiming that it's locked "per the Manufacturer." Now, that doesn't explicitly state that VZW had no part...

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Chinese Android Trojan Buys Applications

Mobile security company TrustGo has discovered a trojan that can buy applications from China Mobile's application store behind users' backs. The purchases are billed to the unsuspecting victims...

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Microsoft's Surface Tablet Suffers from Low Yields, Report Says

According to Digitimes, Microsoft is working with a "second-tier" chassis supplier that's having some trouble producing chassis at a rate to which Microsoft would be pleased. [Read more]...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Doesn't Copy Apple Designs, UK Court Rules

It's a win for Samsung Electronics, which hasn't fared so well in the legal arena lately. The decision affects three Galaxy Tab models. [Read more]...

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64-bit ARM Support for Linux AArch64

ARM developers are working on patches that will extend the Linux kernel to provide support for ARM's AArch64 64-bit architecture...

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