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Chrome OS Gets Hacked Via ScratchPad Extension

In a preview of a demonstration at the upcoming Black Hat security conference, a security researcher has demonstrated how browser extensions can be used to compromise Chrome OS. WhiteHat Security specialist Matt Johansen reported spreading a note containing malicious code via the ScratchPad extension....

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Zinio Adds Full Froyo and Gingerbread Support, Now Available for All Android Devices

Earlier this summer, Zinio released its reader app for a small handful of Android tablets, bringing more than 20,000 full-format magazine titles to the Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and a half dozen other slates. Now, the app is available for all current Android 2.2 Froyo and 2.3 Gingerbread...

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Linux in Cars, or Why Toyota Chose Freedom

It's hard to keep up with all the companies joining The Linux Foundation these days, but recently one jumped on board whose name threw a collective hush over the Linux blogosphere. Toyota, that is -- none other than the planet's largest automobile manufacturer in terms of both sales and production.
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Not So Crazy Rumor: Amazon To Release An Android Tablet And Two New Kindles This Fall

The fabled Amazon tablet: Oh how you tease us so. You come from the maker of the world’s most beloved ereader and are said to run the versatile Android OS. (hopefully skinned, though) But there’s just so much we don’t know about you. When are you coming? How much are you going to cost.

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Android Market Spiffed Up with New UI, Plus Movies and Books

Google overhauled the Android Market user interface for Android 2.2 and 2.3 phones with faster checkout, improved showcasing of top titles, and horizontal swiping to flip through & top& lists. In addition, U.S. users can now buy or rent thousands of movies directly from Android phones, then watch them offline,...

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