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Can the Samsung Galaxy S6 Win Back the Fans?

Samsung is losing ground, and that has allowed iOS to overtake Android in the US. But with the flagship Samsung Galaxy S6 now on the horizon, will it have what it takes to win back the fans.

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Replicant As A Truly Free, Blob-Less Android OS Is Still Facing A Huge Uphill Battle

While Replicant OS is promoted by the FSF as a binary-free Android distribution and a truly open alternative to Apple products, the state of Replicant OS in terms of end-user readiness or being as a viable alternative to iOS and Android leaves much to be desired...

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First Samsung Tizen TVs Go On Sale in South Korea

  Samsung unveiled their Tizen based TVs at CES 2015, and today they have gone on-sale in South Korea. 

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Android Banking Trojan Is Controlled via SMS

A newly discovered banking Trojan targeting Android users has been found to receive its instructions through short text messages, suggesting that the attacker is monitoring the activity of the victims. Among the list of capabilities there is the possibility to intercept SMS communication, both incoming and outgoing, copying the list...

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Faster Raspberry Pi 2 Says Yes to Ubuntu and Windows, But Where's Android?

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts started the week with some welcome news: A Raspberry Pi 2 Model B SBC that is claimed to be six times faster than previous versions is available for the same $35 price.

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