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Google Releases Android 4.0 Source -- and Honeycomb Too

Google released Android 4.0.1 (& Ice Cream Sandwich& ) code to open source, along with the Android 3.x (& Honeycomb& ) code that it has kept under wraps since it arrived on Android tablets earlier this year. The release follows the Nov. 11 introduction of Android native development kit (NDK)...

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Why Google Will Continue to Deliver Apps Across Platforms

The news about Google's deal to buy Motorola Mobility has already stirred up a lot of discussion about what the impact will be on Android, Apple's iOS, Samsung and many other players in the technology ecosystem. 

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Nano X2-Fueled Mini-ITX Board Targets DIY Home Media Crowd

Via Technologies announced a Mini-ITX motherboard equipped with a dual-core, 1.4GHz Via Nano X2 processor and Via VX900 chipset. Aimed at DIY home media modders, the Via VE-900 Mini-ITX Mainboard supports up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, and offers dual SATA connectors, a PCI slot, eight USB ports -- including...

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Pico-ITX Board Gets Dual-Core Processor

Via Technologies announced a Pico-ITX board featuring a dual-core Eden X2 processor and optional PCI Express expansion. The Epia-P900 offers gigabit Ethernet, two SATA ports, seven USB 2.0 ports, and support for HDMI, VGA, and LVDS displays, the company says....

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Fedora 16 Released with GNOME 3.2, Virtualization Enhancements

The Red Hat-sponsored Fedora Project released Fedora 16 (& Verne& ), featuring the GNOME 3.2 desktop environment and virtualization enhancements -- including support for the Aeolus and OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platforms. Version 16 upgrades the techie-focused Linux distribution to Linux 3.1, and moves up to the GRUB2 bootloader and Firefox...

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