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Android Sign of a More Business-Like Google

One of Google's core principles is "focus on the user and all else will follow." But when it comes to Android, there's more than one user that needs to be kept happy.

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Ubuntu Adding Mobile Streaming to its Ubuntu One Cloud Service

Ubuntu One, the free syncing service given to every user of Ubuntu's Linux operating system, is stepping up its appeal by adding mobile music streaming to its service.

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With Android Apps, Open Means Open -- And That's A Good Thing

Ars Technica has made waves with a report on how some apps for the open source Android operating system have been identified as covertly sending GPS data to advertisers.

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Dell Drops More Hints About 7-Inch Tablet PC

Tablet PC fans waiting for the other shoe to drop from Dell will have to wait a bit longer to get the details on what's supposed to be a 7-inch version of the recently unveiled Streak mini-tablet.

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What's That Android App Doing with My Data?

Researchers use TaintDroid tool to analyze potentially sensitive data collected from Android phones by a sample of apps.

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