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One billion people now use WhatsApp every day, but why?

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Moto Z2 Force officially announced with a new dual-camera setup, thinner design

by Jimmy Westenberg 3 days ago20 comments

Meet the latest Moto Mod: a snap-on 360-degree camera

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Plastic OLED is about to come back in a big way

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Tweet Lanes goes open source

Admitting he can no longer actively improve Tweet Lanes, Chris Lacy has passed the future of the app to the Android community as an open source project.
by Conan HughesFebruary 16, 2013

Can Jolla make it big in China as an Android alternative?

How can Jolla, the company that was formed to take over the development of the MeeGo operating system, succeed with its Sailfish OS? It seems that Jolla is betting on China where there ...
by Gary SimsJanuary 25, 201316

Google closing up its open ecosystem according to Nokia’s Stephen Elop

Stephen Elop held a press conference recently to discuss Nokia's Q4 earnings. During the conference, he made some remarks about Google.
by Joe HindyJanuary 24, 201325

Android 4.2.1 now part of the AOSP

Android 4.2.1 started rolling out earlier today to the Nexus 4, 7 and 10. If all you want to do is use your device, that's fine. Those who want to dig deep into the code will be happy ...
by Kristofer WoukNovember 27, 20121
 
 

So you want to install Android on your PC

Some of us are content to simply use the version of Android supplied on our devices, along with any carrier-supplied updates. Some of us go a little further and run custom ROMs on our ...
by Kristofer WoukNovember 25, 201212

Boid Twitter client ends official development, goes open source

While official development of the Boid Twitter client may have ended, there is a glimmer of hope for fans of the app, as the development team have decided to turn Boid into an open ...
by Kristofer WoukNovember 24, 20122

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini source code released

Yesterday, Samsung made the source code for the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, and the AT&T version of the Galaxy Note 2 available on its website. Now, the source code for the ...
by Kristofer WoukNovember 6, 20123

Galaxy Note 2 gets open source kernel release for T-Mobile, US Cellular, Sprint

Samsung has released the open source kernel for various carrier variants of the Galaxy Note 2. But does this come with approval to root/tweak, given the latest DMCA rulings on ...
by J. Angelo RacomaOctober 27, 20123

Samsung promises to open up its Exynos chipset some more

Many developers are shying away from working their magic on Exynos-based devices due to Samsung’s reluctance to share proper documentations and sources for its chipset. Following its ...
by Bams SadewoOctober 22, 20128

Sony reaches out to developer community, open sources its DASH sensor software

Up until now, Sony's software environment for interfacing with hardware sensors has been kept under private control. The Dynamic Android Sensor HAL (DASH) is the work of many years of ...
by Andrew GrushAugust 22, 2012
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