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8 smartphone gimmicks that might not be so bad after all

by Mitja Rutnik 4 days ago0 comments

A closer look at Amazon Alexa on the HTC U11

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How to take a photo in manual mode on your smartphone – Gary explains

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Solar Red HTC U11: Iron Man Edition?

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With $12.8M raised, Ubuntu Edge campaign fails, but it’s not all in vain

The Indiegogo campaign for the Ubuntu Edge smartphone failed to raise its goal of $32 million. While the project won’t go ahead, the campaign succeeded in raising public awareness of ...
by Bogdan PetrovanAugust 22, 201324

Google adds seven new security features to Android

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean includes a variety of internal changes that make it more difficult for hackers (and the NSA) to exploit security vulnerabilities. Plus Google is rolling out its ...
by Gary SimsAugust 6, 201316

SELinux coming to CyanogenMod

Ricardo Cerqueira has teased a new CyanogenMod build integrated with the SELinux kernel modification, for improved security.
by Robert TriggsJuly 15, 20135

Yes, the NSA contributed code to Android. No, you don’t have to freak out about it

Android contains code written by the NSA, but there’s nothing nefarious about it. NSA's code contributions are publicly accessible, which makes it hard, if not impossible, to insert a ...
by Bogdan PetrovanJuly 4, 201316
 
 

Could Android ever become the dominant PC operating system?

In this week's Friday Debate, we discuss the potential of Android as a PC operating system. Could Android ever take the place of Windows, OSX, or Linux? Should Google even try to turn ...
by Bogdan PetrovanJune 21, 201323

Meet UDOO: the Android/Linux Arduino mini PC

The UDOO mini Arduino computer is able to run Android or Linux, and it's currently raising money via Kickstarter.
by Andrew RoachApril 15, 20137

Ubuntu smartphone to launch without app store, won’t support Android apps

One of the most exciting announcements of the beginning of the year is the Ubuntu phone – not to be confused with Ubuntu for Android.
by Chris SmithJanuary 25, 201311

Over 1 million Raspberry Pi computers sold to date

The $35 Raspberry Pi Linux-based PC doesn’t need any more introductions, does it? In fact, the project is becoming more and more popular, with more and more buyers interested in the ...
by Chris SmithJanuary 12, 20134

Linux to add support for ARM Architectures

Linus Torvalds in an official statement has revealed that Linux Kernel will support ARM architectures in the future. This is a great news for developers and users alike, because it will ...
by Varun RajDecember 14, 20128

PengPod reaches crowdfunding target for ‘true Linux tablets and miniPCs’

In less than a month, Peacock Imports have reached their goal of raising $49,000. Now they are scheduled to start shipping their first 7-inch and 10-inch tablets once January 2013 ...
by David GonzalesDecember 3, 20125
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