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Chromecast Now Lets Users Move Android Content to Their TVs

Google's $35 Chromecast dongle can now push Android content from small devices to the television screen.

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AllSeen IoT Group Adds 8 New Members

The consortium's membership jumps to 58 as more open-source consortiums crop up around the Internet of things.

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AllSeen Community Blog Series: Red Bend Software

Red Bend Software is a community member of the AllSeen Alliance and a leader in mobile software management. More than 2 billion Red Bend-enabled devices use the company’s software and services for firmware over-the-air (FOTA) updating, application management, device management, device analytics and mobile virtualization. 

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Microsoft Kills Off Its Nokia Android Phones

Microsoft is planning to scrap its Nokia X Android efforts and replace them with Windows Phone in future. The news comes as part of today's announcement that Microsoft is cutting 18,000 jobs in the next year. In an email to former Nokia staff, Microsoft devices chief Stephen Elop details the company's renewed...

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[Pictures] Samsung Z (SM-Z910F) Tizen in Gold

The Tizen Samsung Z (SM-910F) Smartphone did make an appearance at the recent Tizen Developer Summit Russia 2014, and eager Russian developers were able to get their hands on some Tizen Smartphone goodness. Previously we featured the Black version of the phone, so here you have the the Samsung Z SM-Z910F in Gold Pictures   Under the hood we have a 2.3 GHz quad core CPU, 2 GB RAM and...

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