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'Suspicious Code' in Fake Android Security Patch

A security patch for Android smartphones disguised as Google-issued update is being analyzed by Symantec.

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Why Revenues for Developers Matter in the Android/iOS War

In our recent post on how the iPad2 is going to increase the level of competition with alternative tablet devices, particularly Android tablets, we noted that the application ecosystem will be critical in how users choose between tablets.

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Google Expands Honeycomb API

In an effort to combat fragmentation in the Android developer community, Google expands Honeycomb API to ensure compatibility with current smartphones.

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News: Are Mobile Apps Violating Open Source Licenses?

There are a lot of mobile apps that use open source software, but how many of them are in compliance with open source licensing rules? As it turns out, not very many.

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Some MeeGo Architecture Changes Announced

The MeeGo project has announced some changes in response to "the events of the last few weeks." In particular, they are moving (back) to SyncEvolution from Buteo, moving contact storage to Evolution Data Server, and making some changes to the security framework. "In the long-term, we will re-evaluate the direction...

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