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Samsung: Does it Need a Mobile Makeover?

Samsung is breaking out the promotions to clear out excess inventory of its smartphones. Analysts are calling for a shift in direction for the mobile unit.

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Ubuntu Touch Passes 100k App Downloads Despite No Handsets on Sale

More than 100,000 apps have been downloaded from the Ubuntu for devices software store, despite physical hardware running the OS yet to go on sale.

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Inside the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live Smartwatches

The iFixit team have their hands on an LG G Watch and a Samsung Gear Live smartwatch, and the teardown reveals some similarity between the two devices.

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Android L Will Mean More Fragmentation Hell for Both Users and Developers

Android L will face the same problems that have faced earlier incarnations of Android, and that is that the migration rate will be glacially slow, and that the majority of existing Android users will need to buy new devices in order to benefit.

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Garrett: Self-Signing Custom Android ROMs

Matthew Garrett explains how to get an Android device to refuse to boot an operating system that has not been signed by the device's owner. "It's annoying and involves a bunch of manual processes and you'll need to re-sign every update yourself. But it is possible to configure Nexus devices...

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