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Free Software Runs Android Apps Via Windows XP

BlueStacks announced that a free alpha version of its software allowing Windows XP users to run Android apps is now downloadable. The BlueStacks App Player comes with ten apps and allows an additional 26 to be installed, while a related Cloud Connect service allows pushing apps from a user's phone...

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Your Android Apps Can Run On a Computer, Too

A couple of years ago, there was much debate about whether Android would inspire the kind of inspiration among app developers that developers have for Apple's iOS. 

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Is Amazon Prepping a Kindle Phone?

Amazon is preparing a Kindle Phone for 4Q 2012, expected to sell for as low as $150 to $170, says Citigroup. Meanwhile, Foxconn, which is rumored to be building the smartphone, will help build an upcoming 8.9-inch version of the Kindle Fire, says a report, and Piper Jaffray has upgraded...

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PandaBoard Demo'd Running Android 4.0

PandaBoard.org's community-driven PandaBoard is the first device to run Android 4.0, according to Texas Instruments (TI) and the Android Open-Source Project (AOSP). Based on TI's dual-core, 1GHz OMAP4430 processor -- similar to the OMAP4460 available in the soon-to-ship Samsung Galaxy Nexus -- the PandaBoard has been demonstrated on YouTube running...

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Google Releases Android 4.0 Source -- and Honeycomb Too

Google released Android 4.0.1 (& Ice Cream Sandwich& ) code to open source, along with the Android 3.x (& Honeycomb& ) code that it has kept under wraps since it arrived on Android tablets earlier this year. The release follows the Nov. 11 introduction of Android native development kit (NDK)...

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