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Google Android Chief: Android May be Open, But it is Not Less Secure

Contrary to reports, Google's head of Android development Sundar Pichai did not say that the OS is not focused on security -- rather, he meant the opposite.

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Mobile Linux OSes Innovate, Cut Costs as Smartphone Market Slows

The coming smartphone slowdown applies more pressure on mobile Linux platforms to either innovate with features or provide competitive pricing. Fortunately, examples of both were in evidence at this week's Mobile World Congress (MWC), from Jolla's modular faceplates to a $25 Firefox OS smartphone prototype.

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In Barcelona, Samsung Courts the Apps Developers

Samsung Electronics came to Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress to show off its newest smartphones and smartwatches to consumers.

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Samsung: We're Working on 64-Bit Chips for This Year

The company also has an integrated apps processor/LTE chip in the market and is considering doing more on the connectivity side, an executive from the Korean giant's chip business tells CNET. [Read more]    ...

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Avoiding Android Pitfalls, Mozilla Shoulders Firefox OS Update Burden

Mozilla doesn't want Firefox OS users to have out-of-date versions of the mobile OS, so it's working to offer updates itself over Wi-Fi connections. [Read more]    ...

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