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Sony's DASH Sensor Framework for Android Opens for Collaboration

Sony has moved its open source DASH framework to Github for better collaboration; the hardware abstraction layer for sensors should help Android ROM makers to quickly enable more sensor hardware, especially on Sony phones...

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Rethinking the Viability of the Windows 8 Tablet

Windows 8 is designed for tablets first according to the flood of reviews on the web since it was RTM. As excited as I am for the Windows 8 tablet, the more I think about it the harder a purchase is to justify.

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Samsung Tailors Security for Enterprise Mobility Push

South Korean electronics giant aims to win over enterprises concerned with bring-your-own-device trend and Android vulnerabilities by customizing offerings based on vertical-specific workflows.

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Acer Announces Liquid Gallant and Liquid Gallant Duo

This pair of Android 4.0 smartphones is set to arrive as early as September. [Read more]...

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Google's Motorola Takes on Apple

Over the weekend, Google's subsidiary Motorola Mobility has lodged a complaint with the ITC, trying to ban iOS devices from being imported into the US. Meanwhile, the company has publicly criticised software patents...

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