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Developers Warn of Android Pop-Up Threats

Researchers have discovered what they say is a design flaw in Android that could be used by criminals to steal data via phishing or by advertisers to bring annoying pop-up ads to phones.

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Seven-inch Sharp Galapagos Tablet Runs Android 3.2

Sharp announced a seven-inch, 1024 x 600-pixel & Galapagos A01SH& tablet running Android 3.2 on an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor -- and its FCC approval suggests it's eventually destined for the U.S.. Meanwhile, the Toshiba Thrive & Honeycomb& tablet has received a sleep-and-resume bug fix, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab...

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Google Offers Workshops to Lure Android Developers

The search giant is holding a series of developer workshops throughout the rest of the year, specifically geared toward optimizing apps for Android tablets.

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Study: Android Takes 48 Percent Market Share in Q2

Research firm Canalys says that Apple's iOS platform took the second spot with 19 percent market share, besting the Symbian platform.

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Mozilla's Boot 2 Gecko: Who Wants Another Web-Based OS?

Well it's been another scorching week here in the Linux blogosphere, where all the vegetation has been baked to oblivion and all the tempers are running hot. There's nary a drop of water to be found around here anymore -- all the wildlife have packed up and set off in...

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