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Open WebOS: No (Official) Support for Existing Devices

HP's Open WebOS project has released further important mobile operating system components. The project has also clarified that existing devices are unsuitable for Open WebOS...

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Raspberry Pi to get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

If you own a Raspberry Pi computer, you should be excited to learn that an Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) port is coming. Unfortunately, there's no information about Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) support, but it's still great news to hear.

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Apple Seeks 'Emergency' Sanctions Against Samsung

Apple today said it will file for penalties against Samsung in the federal court case between the two companies. [Read more]...

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Samsung Preparing Massive 11.8-Inch Tablet with Retina Display-Like Resolution

Plans for the new slate are buried among the documents being used in the Apple vs. Samsung trial.

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Top 15 Android-Ready Application Development Frameworks

There are scores of Android-compatible mobile app frameworks to choose from these days.  Here's our list of the top 15 along with some analysis of the pros and cons of each.

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