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Google's Rumored Cloud Storage Service Would Complement Chrome OS

It's been rumored for years now that Google will launch a cloud-based storage service, similar to Dropbox's, and now multiple media outlets are reporting that the company is close to doing so. Although Google has not provided confirmation, The Wall Street Journal's report says: "Like Dropbox, Google's storage service, called Drive, is a response to the growth of Internet-connected mobile devices like smartphones and tablets and the rise of 'cloud computing,' or storing files online so that they can be retrieved from multiple devices, these people said."

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Intel's Lynx Point Chipset Is Getting Ready On Linux

Support for Intel's Lynx Point chipset has been landing in recent days within various patches spread across many different projects, but more is on the way for Intel Haswell's landing...

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Raspberry Pi's $35 Linux Computer on Track to Launch Later this Month

The first model of the Raspberry Pi Foundation's low-cost Linux computer will likely be available for purchase later this month. The organization announced today that manufacturing on the first batch is set to complete on February 20. The $35 computer, which is a bare board the size of a deck of playing cards, has a 700MHz ARM11 CPU and 256MB of RAM. A second...

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Meet Google's Tool for Jettisoning Android Malware, Dubbed "Bouncer"

If you're an Android user, you've no doubt seen the daunting recent reports about spikes in malware found in applications on Android Market. For example, late last year Juniper Networks reported a 472 percent increase in Android malware samples seen since July 2011.

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Linux 3.3 Will Let You Boot Into Android: Greg-KH

The 3.3 kernel release will let you boot an Android userspace with no modifications, but not very good power management. The 3.4 kernel release will hopefully have the power management hooks that Android needs in it, along with a few other minor missing infrastructure pieces that didn't make it into...

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