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No Ice Cream Sandwich for You? Clone It!

If you've been waiting with the patience of biblical figure Job for your handset maker to release a hardware-specific version of Android's latest incarnation, the 4.0 operating system called "Ice Cream Sandwich," or ICS, and it hasn't yet, you can try cloning it. You can achieve this without rooting, by...

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Intel Phone Boss: 'Multi-Core Detrimental to Android Mobes'

Intel’s head of mobile has dissed handset-makers that have already adopted multi-core processor architectures, saying that most implementations so far are actually “detrimental”.…...

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New Google Maps Kicks iPhone vs Android Battle Up a Notch

Google's three new big features are not enough to rocket Google ahead in mapping. They just keep Google in the game. [Read more]...

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Apple hits HTC with third ITC dispute, One series goes under the gun

Apple chief Tim Cook might have said that he doesn't like lawsuits, but he must have left a loophole open for International Trade Commission disputes. His company quietly filed a third challenge against HTC on June 4 (just now coming to light) that -- surprise -- claims HTC is still violating patents that it supposedly worked hard to avoid. If...

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Google Patents Location-Based Mobile Alerts That Know Where You're Going

To date, the term smartphone's mostly been a misnomer for larger screen, albeit still dumb, handsets imbued with rich web browsing experiences. With the exception of the Galaxy S III's SmartStay feature and the Droid RAZR, not many other high-end devices can lay claim to "intelligent," user-adaptive behavior. Which is why our eyes are trained on this recently awarded Google patent that stands poised to turn future Android (we presume) devices into location-aware assistants.

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