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Linux Group Builds 64-bit Android KitKat for ARM Developers

Google is being tight-lipped about when the 64-bit version of Android will be released, but Linux development group Linaro has built a version of the open-source operating system so mobile apps can be written and tested by manufacturers and developers rushing to catch up with Apple.

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Olimex Dives Into Linux/Android Modules

Olimex has entered the computer-on-module market with three Linux- and Android-ready COMs, based on Allwinner’s A13 and A20 SoCs, and on TI’s AM3352. In addition to selling oLinuXino branded open source single board computers based on Allwinner SoCs, such as the Allwinner A20-based A20-OLinuXino-Micro SBC, Bulgaria-based Olimex is now getting...

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The Moto E is Shockingly Cheap and Surprisingly Good

The Moto E isn't the sort of phone you dream about or sketch concepts of in your spare time. It's made simply and of simple materials; it's neither extremely thin nor especially light. It's just a regular smartphone. What's different about the E, however, is its price: $129 without a...

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'Half-Life 2' and 'Portal' Arrive on Android

Two of Valve's undisputed classics are making their Android debut today, courtesy of Nvidia's Shield console: Portal and Half-Life 2. Costing $10 each, the two games were ported by Nvidia, which explains why they're only playable on the Shield. Still, the job has been done with Valve's unreserved blessing and a...

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Samsung Tizens Rest of World With Mobe Launch in Russia, India

Samsung will reportedly launch a Tizen-powered smartphone in Russia and India.…...

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