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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 camera review

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Alternative app stores and platform branches: Is Android too open?

Android is continuing to dominate the worldwide smartphone market. Google’s open approach with Android is often cited as a major reason for the platform’s success, but recent events beg ...
by Simon HillOctober 4, 2012

ZTE to launch phones running Mozilla-powered operating system

China's second largest smartphone manufacturer, ZTE, and Mozilla, developers of the Firefox web browser, are planning to introduce and new mobile operating system this year. This is ...
by Kristofer WoukSeptember 19, 2012

Alibaba maintains Aliyun’s legitimacy, but agrees with app piracy accusations

There is nothing wrong with making and releasing forks of Android, such as what Amazon does, but it's not a part of the OHA. Acer is and thus far, it has used the inner workings of ...
by nathanSeptember 18, 2012

Alibaba: Aliyun OS is ‘not a fork’ of Android

Ladies and gentlemen, the mobile OS war is getting into high gear, and apart from iOS, Android and Windows Phone, we have yet another contender intent to take the smartphone world by ...
by J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 17, 2012
 
 

Google speaks up on the Acer/Alibaba affair

This week, a report hit the web claiming that Google has strong-armed Acer into cancelling the launch of the CloudMobile A800, a smartphone running Aliyun, the Android-based operating ...
by Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 15, 2012

China’s Alibaba wants to take on Android, should Google be worried?

China has the biggest mobile market today, with about 1 billion users. Since smartphones currently constitute a small minority of this industry, there is much room for growth. But with ...
by J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 10, 2012

Alibaba and Haier unveil Zing smartphone, to start selling in China on June 15 for $157

Alibaba and Haier might not say much to the mainstream Western technology user, but the Chinese smartphone lovers (on a budget) should definitely remember the two ...
by AdrianJune 7, 2012
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