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Security Holes Caused by Pre-Installed Android Apps

Several smartphone vendors have undermined Android's security model with their pre-installed apps. The apps pass on privileges to other apps without requesting user confirmation, and this can be exploited by attackers...

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Asus Padfone with Tegra 3 Coming in Early 2012

Just as we were settling down to another calm and banterful Engadget Mobile Podcast, our special guest had to go and throw us some hard news. Yup, and rather than making you sit through the entire two-hour recording (pleasant as that would be), we're just going to come right out with it: Nicole Scott...

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Android 4.0 for Atom CPUs is Ready

Intel says it has completed its version of "Ice Cream Sandwich" for smartphones and tablets with "Medfield" Atom CPUs...

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Rugged Computer's Ready to Stow Away

Moxa announced a rugged computer compliant with ECDIS, IEC 60945, DNV, and IACS-E10 industrial marine standards. The MC-5150 is equipped with a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 520E processor, 2GB of pre-installed DDR3 SDRAM, internal and removable SATA storage trays, plus optional NMEA ports along with more usual gigabit Ethernet, VGA,...

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CyanogenMod 7 Hacked Onto The Kindle Fire, Let The Modding Madness Begin!

The $199 Kindle Fire just took one step closer to instant fame. XDA-Dev member, JackpotClavin, managed to flash CM7 onto the Fire using ClockworkMod. The result is a Fire running a custom build of Android and a whole lot of excited fanboys.

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