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Google Kicks Xperia S Android Open Source Project Out of Its Nest, Sony Takes it Under Its Wing (video)

After just under three months of development, Google's wrapped up its experimental work on bringing the Sony Xperia S into the Android Open Source Project fold. According to Sony, AOSP Technical Lead Jean-Baptiste Quéru considers the effort a success, but the device is being taken off the project's roadmap so Mountain View can focus on its own hardware. 

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5 Good Android Tidings for the Holidays

The combination of the iOS announcements, Apple's legal victory over Samsung, and the Windows 8 launch are expected by many to start reversing Android's long-running advance. Yet as the holiday shopping season nears, Google and its Android partners have good reason to cheer.

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Android-Powered Siri Killer Maluuba Talks Life After Disrupt, Plans For The Future

You may remember Maluuba as the little voice search engine that could. The company launched at Disrupt, and while they didn’t make it into the final round, they did end up expanding into new territories and form new partnerships very quickly. We caught up some of the team at the TC Toronto meetup to check in on the Siri competitor. 

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Samsung Galaxy S III Dethrones iPhone 4S as Smartphone Sales Champ for Q3 2012

The Galaxy S III has overtaken Apple's iPhone 4S for the first time ever to become the top selling smartphone for Q3 2012, according to Strategy Analytics. Samsung claimed the pole position by shipping 18 million copies of its flagship handset during the quarter, compared to Cupertino's 16.2 million iPhone 4S units. Of course, serendipity is also likely at play, as...

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Microsoft Office for iOS, Android Could Debut Early Next Year

A version of Office for the iPhone, iPad, and Android devices will launch in early 2013, according to the Verge. [Read more]...

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