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Samsung Launches S Health Services: Monitors Weight, Blood Sugar and Graphs it All

Samsung mentioned its S Health app in passing during the grand unveiling of the Galaxy S III -- presumably due to the glut of similarly S-suffixed apps and services that were also unveiled. The service has now apparently launched in Samsung's homeland, alongside more details of what it'll offer. This includes a raft of metric-measuring charts, as well as the ability to connect through Bluetooth and USB to health devices like heart-rate monitors and connectivity-friendly scales. The...

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Judge OKs Apple Injunction on Samsung's Nexus Phone

A district judge has sided with Apple, laying down a sales ban on one of Samsung's flagship Android devices, the Galaxy Nexus. [Read more]...

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Who is Making ARM-Based Windows Tablets?

HP is out (for now). Asus and Toshiba are in. But the list beyond that is unknown. [Read more]...

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KDE Now Available On Raspberry Pi

Good news for KDE lovers. If you own a Raspberry Pi, you will now be able to run your favorite K Desktop Environment and integrated programs in it. Thanks to a developer named Luca Tringali.

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Google Analytics Goes Mobile With App Analytics And An Android App

Google is announcing a big addition to Google Analytics today — Mobile App Analytics. As with the social media-focused reports launched earlier this year, the interest in mobile analytics is obvious — if anything, it might seem that Google is a little late in chasing these trends. In this case, Product Manager JiaJing Wang says the goal was to create a “holistic app analytics.” While there are other mobile analytics services out there, Wang says none of them really tracks all of the relevant data, so developers end up stitching different services together into a “disparate and taxing experience.” Wang says Google’s new analytics cover the three main stages of an app’s relationship with users — acquisition and user metrics, engagement, and outcome. When it comes to...

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