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Firefox for Android Plans to Go Native

Mozilla is planning a makeover for Firefox on Android. The company has announced it plans to abandon the usual Firefox look on Android mobile devices and will instead use Android's native user interface widgets.

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Fake Netflix App Steals Passwords

Netflix has just teetered back from the brink of the Qwikster fiasco. Now there's a new problem for the service's users. The Android app for Netflix was originally released just for specific devices, though the company did recently add support for all Android 2.2 devices.

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Enterprise Management Tools Coming to Android

As the world prepares for the next iteration of the iPhone, enterprise IT shops are still contending with popular smartphones' lack of security and management tools that can leave gaping holes in a business' IT infrastructure.

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Tux Goes for a Spin

The Linux Foundation has announced a new event and a new emphasis for Linux: the inaugural Automotive Linux Summit.

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CyanogenMod 7.1 Custom Android Firmware Released

The CyanogenMod project developers have announced the release of version 7.1 of their modified Android firmware. According to Android programmer and project founder Steve Kondik (AKA "Cyanogen"), the major update follows a long delay due to a number of issues, including problems with the automated build system. However, Kondik says that he hopes to "speed up our release process in the future."

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