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Renay San Miguel
Can Android Blow Wireless Industry Wide Open?
10/13/08 9:30 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 627 Words

... research report is throwing more fuel on the prerelease fire surrounding T-Mobile's G1 phone using Google's Android open source operating system . "Success for Android has Little to Do with User Acceptance," claims the ABI Research headline, and director Kevin Burden writes...

JR Raphael
Who Wants to Buy an Android?
09/17/08 11:28 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 707 Words

The question, then, is whether the Dream -- and the Android concept on the whole -- can actually deliver. It's a daunting task to try to topple the king, particularly one as popular and heavily hyped as Apple's iPhone. Opinions are mixed as...

Richard Adhikari
LiMo and Android: Is This Town Big Enough for Both?
02/14/08 2:04 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 950 Words

... flew at the GSMA mobile telephony conference in Barcelona, Spain, as members of the LiMo and Android consortiums demonstrated their products and announced new developments. LiMo, a consortium of 32 major firms, including mobile phone companies, unveiled 18 commercial handsets and several...

Dana Gardner
Android: Changing the Mobile Game
12/28/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1026 Words

... Android open source mobile platform made a splash in October when Google announced it, along with the Open Handset Alliance (OHA). An Android software development kit (SDK) came on Nov. 12, and the first Android-based open source platform mobile phones are expected...

John P. Mello Jr.
Android Devs May Follow Apple's Face ID Lead
10/09/17 4:26 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 703 Words

... use of facial recognition to unlock its iPhone X may open the gates for developers champing at the bit to bring the technology to the Android world. Face ID, which will replace fingerprint scanning in Apple's new US$1,000 iPhone X, uses Apple's...

John P. Mello Jr.
Qualcomm Sics Fire-Breathing Snapdragon on Android Hackers
09/01/15 10:23 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 645 Words

... on Monday announced Snapdragon Smart Protect, a hardware-software product that could make the world a safer place for Android smartphone users. Snapdragon Smart Protect, which will become available with Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 820 processor, will provide real-time, on-device machine learning designed to...

Jack M. Germain
The Importance of Openness to the Internet of Things
09/10/14 5:57 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1712 Words

The platform is built on the open Android operating system.

The product's developers see this new line as an opportunity for the whole developer market. Their plan is to build an ALYT store -- similar to the Apple store concept --...

Richard Adhikari
Researchers Find Android Security on Par With iOS
06/18/14 7:06 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 649 Words

... open source Android operating system long has been considered by security experts to be the mobile OS most vulnerable to security threats, but iOS is just as vulnerable, Marble Security has found. However, the two OSes expose users to different types of...

Kris Holt
Normandy May Lead Nokia's Surprise Android Attack
12/11/13 1:53 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 641 Words

The company is working on an Android phone as part of a push into the low-end smartphone market, according to The Verge. Several sources close to Nokia suggested the company is working on the project under the code name "Normandy."

Nokia's Normandy...

Patrick Nelson
GoToMyPC for Android Shines With Striking Simplicity
11/22/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 668 Words

GoToMyPC's surprisingly speedy and usable Android app lets you remotely access a PC and use the PC like you're in front of it. Think of it as a remote control for your laptop -- when you're out of the workplace, say.


John P. Mello Jr.
KitKat Raises Android Security Bar
11/11/13 3:13 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1028 Words

Google's mobile operating system Android has been a whipping boy for some segments of the security community, but the latest version of the software may begin to rehabilitate its reputation. Android 4.4, or KitKat, contains a number of new and improved features that...

Richard Adhikari
Google Overhauls Maps App for Android
07/11/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 686 Words

... on Wednesday launched a new Google Maps app for Android mobile devices, just one month after announcing its purchase of social mapping location data startup Waze . The new Google Maps app has many features offered by Waze, such as information on...

John P. Mello Jr.
BlackBerry Wraps Enterprise Security Blanket Around iOS, Android
06/26/13 3:58 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 730 Words

... you own an iPhone or Android mobile phone and work at a BlackBerry shop, it will be simpler from now on to keep the personal information and apps on your device segregated from those you use for work. That's thanks to BlackBerry's...

Enid Burns
Windows Phone, iOS Outpace Android
06/04/13 11:39 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 637 Words

Google's Android operating system leads the smartphone market with a majority 51.7 percent share in the United States, but competitors are gaining ground, according to a report released Monday by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech . Apple's iOS and Microsoft's Windows Phone platforms are now...

Jack M. Germain
Google Open Source Program Manager Chris DiBona: Best of Both Worlds
01/29/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 2138 Words

In this interview, LinuxInsider discusses with Christopher DiBona, Google's open source program manager, how Linux , Chrome, Android and a host of Google-created proprietary code all mesh with open source software to maintain Google's massive information infrastructure .

LinuxInsider: Given...

Patrick Nelson
Getting Android on Your TV
09/20/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 671 Words

... you've been getting into the convenience and usability of the smartphone and tablet User Interface (UI) and are wondering just why your cable provider is unable to create anything with the same elegance and function, it may be time to slap Android ...

Patrick Nelson
Plex for Android Is Pretty - but Pixelated, Plodding and Painful to Use
06/29/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 730 Words

Plex for Android , an app from Plex, is available for US$4.99 at Google Play. Plex is a good looking media platform for running media files on Google TV, tablets, phones and so on. Online channels include Hulu, Vimeo and more.


Richard Adhikari
Sony Slaps Android on the Wrist
04/12/12 12:04 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 615 Words

Sony on Thursday announced its SmartWatch Android smartphone accessory. The device, worn on the user's wrist, links to the user's smartphone through Bluetooth . It acts as an intermediary to let users perform simple functions on their smartphones.

The Sony Smartwatch


Rachelle Dragani
Google's Android May Pipe Music All Through the House
02/10/12 11:08 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 833 Words

Google is working on a branded home entertainment system designed to wirelessly connect Android devices to Google-designed speakers and stream music throughout the home, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal . The device would be marketed and branded under the...

John P. Mello Jr.
Google Pours Chrome Into Android
02/08/12 9:03 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 612 Words

Google has brought its Chrome Web browser to the Android Market. A beta edition of the browser is available from the app shop now for free, but since its operation is restricted to the latest version of the mobile operating system , Android...

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