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Google Opens Android-to-Chrome App Porting to All

This week, Google opened up its App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) for porting Android apps to Chrome OS to all Android developers, according to OMG!Chrome.

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Samsung Building Next-Gen Exynos SoC with Custom “Mongoose” CPU Cores

Last month, we told you that information coming out of South Korea claimed that Samsung was working towards producing an application processor that would take advantage of its own cores and not of those supplied by ARM. 2015 marks an important change in strategy for the Korean tech giant. Samsung...

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New ARM-Powered Chip Aims for Battery Life Measured in Decades

Atmel, the San Jose-based microcontroller maker, today released samples of a new type of ultra-low power, ARM based microcontroller that could radically extend the battery life of small low-power intelligent devices.

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​Android Auto to Arrive in Brazil in 2015

Google hopes competition within the mobile segment will help boost the local connected cars market...

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Review

It’s not ok to make a cheap-looking phone anymore. Now that Apple is finally making big phones, and even the cheapest Android phones feel nice, we all expect more from Samsung — and rightly so. A flagship phone has to be great or it’s going to get laughed out of...

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