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Some MeeGo Architecture Changes Announced

The MeeGo project has announced some changes in response to "the events of the last few weeks." In particular, they are moving (back) to SyncEvolution from Buteo, moving contact storage to Evolution Data Server, and making some changes to the security framework. "In the long-term, we will re-evaluate the direction...

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Google Frags Fragmentation with Fragments API for Older Android Versions

In a post on the Android developer blog, Google has announced the availability of a new static library for Android developers that provides a more portable implementation of the Fragments API. This will allow third-party Android application developers to take advantage of Fragments without having to sacrifice backwards compatibility with...

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Google Confirms it Pulled Malicious Android Apps

Internet giant says it removed several malicious apps from the Android Market and will remove them from affected users' devices.

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ASUS' Jerry Shen pledges 3D tablet, MeeGo and Android netbooks, a 2012 Windows Phone

ASUS (A-seuss) CEO Jerry Shen is rarely a man without a good quote or two for journalists and this year's CeBIT has been no exception. Sitting down for a chat with some Russian scribes, Shen outlined ASUS' general product roadmap, which includes a 3D tablet (the iPad 2-threatening secret weapon, perhaps?), Atom-based netbooks...

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Yocto and OpenEmbedded Combine Forces: What Does It Mean?

Two major embedded Linux projects formally joined their efforts this week, a move that simplifies the landscape for device makers and embedded software developers. Yocto, a Linux Foundation (LF)-stewarded project that creates development tools, and OpenEmbedded, a community-driven distribution build system, announced their "alignment" on March 1st. The merger includes governance changes and new corporate collaborators, but for the average Linux developer, the main effect will be a streamlined embedded development process.

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