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Twitter for Android Updated, Adds Speed, Polish, More Options

It's not just Facebook for Android that's getting an update today -- Twitter just pushed out a new version of its Android app, and while it doesn't add a ton of new features, it's gotten a big speed boost and some polish. The biggest addition is pull-to-refresh, which the iPhone client has had for a while, as an option bar that's revealed by swiping on a tweet. There's also new quoting options for retweets and avatar photos are...

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Google's Chrome-Powered Netbook Almost Here?

A Google-branded notebook may debut later this month with at least two other vendors following suit with models of their own in December.

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WordPress for Android Gains Media Improvements

The latest version of WordPress for Android includes "significant improvements" to the addition of media to user's blog posts and pages, as well as a number of bug fixes for issues found in the previous release...

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Managing Android Devices with Google Apps

At this year's Google Enterprise Day in Tokyo, Google announced plans to improve the administration of Android devices in corporate networks. A new application is to make it easier for administrators to access mobile device configurations...

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Four Embedded Architectures, Grooving Together Under the Yocto Project

As an operating system, Linux really is highly portable. But for all of the places that Linux runs, embedded systems are the one place where you see a huge variety of instruction set architectures. Reflecting that diversity, the Yocto Project allows you to generate a custom Linux build for the four most popular architectures in use in embedded: x86 (32 and 64 bit), ARM, Power PC and MIPS.

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