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Android Apps Are Finally Arriving for Chrome OS

Google is finally making a move that has long been discussed among Chrome OS users: It's bringing Android apps to Chrome OS, opening the Chrome OS desktop up to a huge library of apps written for Android. 

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Tizen Developer Summit Shanghai 2014 Schedule Released #TDS14SH

Tizen Experts: The schedule for the upcoming Tizen Developer Summit Shanghai 2014 has been released. 

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Samsung Gear S Smartwatch Coming to Four American Carriers This Fall

Samsung's Gear S smartwatch will hit US shores sometime this fall. According to a succinct press release, the device will be available through AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless. Android Central reports receiving an email from T-Mobile that states the Gear S will be available through the company's Equipment Installment...

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Wink Adds Touchscreen-Based Home Automation Hub

Wink announced Relay, an Android-based smart light switch and home automation hub featuring a 4.3-inch touchscreen, proximity sensors, and voice messaging. Wink Hub(click to enlarge) Back in June, Quirky subsidiary Wink launched its Linux-based Wink home automation hub and free Android and iOS mobile app, together with 15 partners and...

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Google Brings Coreboot To 64-bit ARM

As of today there's now mainline Coreboot support for 64-bit ARM (AArch64) thanks to work originally done by Google...

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