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Novell Brings .NET to Android

Mono for Android adds a new mobile target for .NET developers...

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Research: Mobile Apps and Open Source Compliance

The world has officially gone app crazy.  Almost every leading brand, from Starbucks to General Motors, creates apps for both iOS and Android devices.  According to the App Genome project, there are now over 400,000 apps in the Android Market and Apple App Store combined, while leading IT analyst firm, Gartner, has declared that the market for mobile apps will exceed $15B in 2011.

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ASUS Releases Honeycomb-Based Eee Pad Transformer Source Code

While it has yet even to be available in the UK, ASUS has released kernel source code for its Android Honeycomb-based Eee Pad Transformer TF101 tablet...

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OVC Evolution, a Snapshot of a Student HFOSS Work-in-Progress

Three Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) students recently gained recognition for a Humanitarian Free and Open Source (HFOSS) proof-of-concept project, Open Video Chat (OVC). 

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Open Compute Project: Facebook Publishes Specifications for Efficient Data Centres

Facebook has published the specifications for its reputedly efficient data centre. Special server hardware and a specially crafted energy supply minimise losses...

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