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device functions

Google's potential Nexus Q successor revealed in FCC filing
Google Glass moves beyond photography: details on heads-up display emerge

DoCoMo to launch Google Now-like 'Tap-de-Concier' service with initial 6-month trial

thenextweb.com
NTT DoCoMo, Japan’s largest operator, has continued its rollout of content initiatives and focus on its own software after it announced a six-month trial of Tap-de-Concier, a new Google Now-like service. The operator, which doesn’t have a partnership to sell Apple devices, launched a Siri-like voice-powered personal assistant – Shabette Concier —...
DoCoMo to launch Google Now-like 'Tap-de-Concier' service with initial 6-month trial

Wi-Fi Alliance to take over WiGig development, certification

www.pcworld.com
The long courtship between the Wi-Fi Alliance and the Wireless Gigabit Alliance, which promotes a fast wireless LAN technology that runs on very high frequencies, is set to end in marriage just a little too late for the International CES trade show next week. Under a memorandum of understanding...
Wi-Fi Alliance to take over WiGig development, certification

Mozilla in Mobile – the Web is the Platform

blog.mozilla.com
This week we are in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2012, the mobile industry’s largest trade show. Our goal is to meet with industry operators, vendors and developers to further the cause of promoting an open, people-centric Web for consumers and developers across all devices and platforms. Today, we announced several...
Mozilla in Mobile – the Web is the Platform

Briefly: Samsung updates NFC TecTiles, Field Trip museum tickets

www.electronista.com
Samsung has released an updated version of its NFC tagging stickers that will work with the Galaxy S4. TecTiles 2 can be assigned individual on-device functions, like automatically updating Facebook and Twitter with a predefined status or muting all sounds, that are triggered when scanned by an NFC-enabled Samsung smartphone...
Briefly: Samsung updates NFC TecTiles, Field Trip museum tickets
HTC and Samsung release Android 4.0 kernel source code to developers
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