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Samsung Possibly Working on Galaxy Premier Device

Reports suggest the Galaxy Premier will be a watered-down Galaxy S III. [Read more]...

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Twitter Open Sources Clutch.io Mobile A/B Testing Tool

Following its acquisition of Clutch.io in August, Twitter has made the Clutch A/B testing service and Clutch framework for writing native mobile apps available as open source.

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Apple's Going to Pay Up for the iOS 6 Clock Design It Stole [IOS 6]

Apple shamlessly swiped the design of iOS 6's iPad clock from the Swiss National Railway and a couple of weeks ago, it was called out. Now that its copycatism has been exposed, Apple has agreed to licensing terms. More »...

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ROM Toolbox Pro's Pretty Nifty for Rooting Around in Your Phone

Privileged control of your smartphone is one of the killer features of the Android operating system. This control, known as "root access" allows users to remove manufacturer and mobile operator hardware and software limits to takeover the device. I've written about competitor ClockworkMod's ROM Manager Premium app that you can...

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5 Mobile Linux OSes that Dare to Compete with Android

In part one of this series I surveyed the latest mobile open source Linux projects and examined the challenges they face against Google, Apple, Microsoft and RIM. Here, I take a closer look at Firefox OS, Open WebOS, Jolla's Sailfish, Tizen and Ubuntu. 

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