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Google's Touch-Based Pixel Chromebook May Be Real

There was quite a lot of Hollywoodish (sans MPAA) drama around a 'secret' Google project called Chromebook Pixel. Some videos were leaked and the company in question said that their servers were hijacked.

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Gartner: Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales Fall, Apple and Samsung Stay On Top

Gartner's latest report says that mobile phone sales have declined for the first time since 2009, but Apple and Samsung retain the most marketshare.

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More Evidence That Android May Be the Cure for Microsoft's Mobile Woes

Could Android--a mobile operating system from Microsoft's arch rival Google--actually be the key to solving Microsoft's mobile problems? I suggested as much in early January in a post called "Why Microsoft's Surface Team Should Warm Up to Android." 

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Open Source JavaFX Coming for iOS and Android

Oracle plans to release iOS and Android ports of JavaFX as open source in the coming weeks and months. Both will run with an unreleased Java SE for iOS/Android and with OpenJDK ports.

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Android 4.2.2: A Better Jelly Bean Rolls Into the Wild

The upgrade is currently being rolled out to Nexus device owners first and reportedly addresses a Bluetooth bug. [Read more]...

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