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MeeGo Bug Jar 2010.32

A Quick Look at MeeGo in Bugzilla 2010-08-02 through 2010-08-08 MeeGo Platform As of 2010-08-09 MeeGo Platform contains: total items 3339 (93) total open items 1129 (8) open bugs 1031 (7) critical 31 (8) security 3 (1) assigned 204 (13) needinfo 77 (3) waiting for upstream 90 (2) reopened 75 (5) unconfirmed 0 open enhancements 98 (1) assigned 30 (3) needinfo 1 waiting for upstream 1 (1) reopened...

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Android Passes RIM as Top Mobile OS in 2Q

Google's Android operating systems hustled past RIM's BlackBerry OS in the second quarter, a byproduct of the release of several new 4G smartphones and wider carrier coverage for the devices.

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Android Makes Enterprise Inroads, but Security Still An Issue

Android and Apple's iOS are making major inroads into the enterprise market, according to customer data from Good Technology.

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Google: Nearly 60% of Android devices now running 2.1

According to Google's latest breakdown, nearly 60% of all Android devices in circulation are now running version 2.1 and 4.5% are running the latest Android 2.2 release...

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MeeGo Conference 2010 Call for Session Proposals

Do you want to speak at the first MeeGo Conference in Dublin, Ireland on November 15 - 17? Now is your chance! The call for session proposals has started, and anyone who wants to speak at the conference must submit a proposal. Proposals from community members, Intel, Nokia, the Linux Foundation and others will all be given equal consideration. Come one come all - submit your proposals on a variety of topics...

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