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Kotlin M2 Now Runs on Android Too

The second milestone release of JetBrains Kotlin language can now compile code that runs on Android. The IDE support for the language also lets developers try out Kotlin's compile-to-JavaScript capabilities...

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Chrome OS Sells Out But in a Good Way

Lightweight Linux distributions have grown in popularity in recent years, but few have been as buoyant as Google's Chrome OS. When it debuted a year ago on Samsung and Acer Chromebooks, the web-centric operating system was basically a Chrome browser and a media player linked to cloud services. The open source platform has evolved over the last year, however, and on May 29 Google unveiled a more robust version 19 on Samsung's new Chromebook Series 5 550 laptop and Chromebox Series 3 net-top.

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Purported Google Tablet Benchmark Points to Tegra 3, 7-inch Screen

A benchmark has popped up on Rightware showing performance by a "Google Asus Nexus 7" tablet, lending even more credence to claims that the device is launching soon. [Read more]...

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Android 4.0.4 Rolls Out to Samsung Galaxy Nexus Phones

The latest Android update is finally reaching the Galaxy Nexus phone, courtesy of Verizon. [Read more]...

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GENIVI 2 Compatible Automotive Platform from MontaVista

Embedded systems specialist MontaVista has revamped its Automotive Technology Platform for in-vehicle information (IVI) systems. Version 2.0 is intended to be compatible with version 2.0 of the GENIVI standard...

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