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How the Syria Airlift Project is Using Open Source Dronecode for Humanitarian Aid

The Syria Airlift Project needs to make its planes very easy for the good guys to operate and very hard for everyone else. With open source software like APM:Plane, they could build custom security features right into their firmware. 

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Google Adds Chrome OS Support to Read, Write Files on Android Phones

Getting at photos and other files on a USB-connected Android phone is about to get easier if you have a Chromebook, thanks to a new experimental feature in Chrome OS.

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Canonical and Bq Set Up Automated Power Testing to Improve Battery Life for Ubuntu

Canonical has a series of automated testing methods for Ubuntu Touch which helps them weed out most of the bugs and problems before publishing updates for the operating system, and now they have set up a new lab that should find apps that are draining the battery. One of the...

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A Case to Keep Android and Chrome OS Separate

The long-running speculation that Google will eventually merge Chrome OS and Android surfaces from time to time. James Kendrick hopes the firm will keep converging them, while leaving them separate at the core.

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Internet of Things Devices Lack Fundamental Security, Study Finds

What do you find when you test the security of today's IoT devices? Vulnerabilities which could allow for robbery, theft or even stalking.

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