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Google Is Out Of Touch With Reality When It Comes To Android Software Updates (GOOG)

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The head of Google's Android Open Source Project took to his Google+ page yesterday to congratulate Sony on its recent tablet update to the latest version of Android.  That version of Android is called Ice Cream Sandwich, and it was released more than five months ago. In his Google+ post,...
Google Is Out Of Touch With Reality When It Comes To Android Software Updates (GOOG)
Lead Android developer thinks a five-month wait for an update is 'very reasonable'

Android Open Source Project targets Sony Xperia S, wants to get experimental

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The Android Open Source Project has typically (and understandably) been a very Nexus-focused affair -- until now that is. Technical Lead for the AOSP, Jean-Baptiste Queru, announced this week that for a "new challenge" he'd like to target new hardware -- and Sony's Xperia S is the lucky benefactor....
Android Open Source Project targets Sony Xperia S, wants to get experimental

Google Releases Jelly Bean, The New Version Of Android, And That Means You Can Get It Soon (GOOG)

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Google will release the full, open source Android 4.1 Jelly Bean today, which likely means we're very close to the official release on a few phones and tablets. The news comes from a Google Groups post by Jean-Baptiste M. Queru, the technical lead for the Android Open Source project. (Via The Verge.) Today's release...
Google Releases Jelly Bean, The New Version Of Android, And That Means You Can Get It Soon (GOOG)
Android 4.1 source code released today in Android Open Source Project

Nexus S 4G regains AOSP status, Verizon Galaxy Nexus owners left hanging

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It wasn't just Verizon Galaxy Nexus owners who were hurt when Google dropped Android Open Source Project support for CDMA models -- officially, Nexus S 4G users had to depend on carrier-approved builds as well. At least one of those software dramas is coming to a close, as AOSP...
Nexus S 4G regains AOSP status, Verizon Galaxy Nexus owners left hanging

Sony posts binaries to back Googler's AOSP project for Xperia S

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When Google's Android Open Source Project lead Jean-Baptiste Queru promised an AOSP build for the Sony Xperia S, we didn't know just how much help he would get: Sony has been welcoming of the effort, but the lack of any immediate assistance didn't make for an auspicious start. Much...
Sony posts binaries to back Googler's AOSP project for Xperia S

Android 4.1.2 goes live, gives Nexus 7 owners landscape home screen

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We've been seeing a mysterious Android 4.1.2 update mentioned in conjunction with a few unreleased devices in the past few hours, so it's only fitting that we're seeing the official release today. Google's Android Open Source Project lead Jean-Baptiste Queru has posted word that the 4.1.2 release should be...
Android 4.1.2 goes live, gives Nexus 7 owners landscape home screen
Sony publishes Xperia S binaries to assist Android developers with AOSP 'experiment'

Android 4.0.4 rears its head again, this time over at AOSP

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It hasn't made its official open-source debut yet, but Android 4.0.4 should be hitting the repositories very soon. Leaks of the next Ice Cream sandwich update have been circulating since early February, and Moto's Xoom was given the first taste today. Now Jean-Baptiste Queru, an engineer on the mobile...
Android 4.0.4 rears its head again, this time over at AOSP

Open Source Giant VLC Mulls BitTorrent Streaming Support

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VideoLAN’s VLC media player is installed on the PCs of millions of Internet users. It’s widely regarded as the best tool to play videos and audio in just about any format found anywhere on the web. When something can’t be played, VLC almost always provides the answer. In the near...
Open Source Giant VLC Mulls BitTorrent Streaming Support
Sony embraces Google's AOSP Xperia S experiment, 'supports external innovation'

Latest version of Android, Google's Jelly Bean 4.1, goes open source

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For developers who have been clamoring to get their hands on Google’s latest mobile OS, Jelly Bean 4.1, the day has come. Since announcing Jelly Bean’s existence at Google I/O, we’ve been waiting for this day. Here’s the announcement post from Jean-Baptiste Queru, Technical Lead, Android Open Source Project: We’re...
Latest version of Android, Google's Jelly Bean 4.1, goes open source

'jOBS' clip gives first look at Kutcher and Gad's roles (Video)

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The above clip, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, is a just released scene from the ”jOBS” biopic starring Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad. Kutcher, acting as Steve Jobs, and Gad, casted as Steve Wozniak, are seen arguing in the parking lot of Hewlett Packard (transcript via EW): “This is freedom! This is freedom...
'jOBS' clip gives first look at Kutcher and Gad's roles (Video)

Android engineer: five months a 'reasonable' time for update

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Google's Android Open Source Project (AOSP) engineer Jean-Baptiste Queru drew flak late Thursday after comments that many have interpreted as giving a pass on slow Android upgrade intervals. He saw Sony's Android 4.0 upgrades having rolled out in a "very reasonable time," five months after 4.0 was available, given the...
Android engineer: five months a 'reasonable' time for update

VLC Multimedia Player Shows Changing Open Source License Is Hard, But Possible

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Licenses lie at the heart of open source -- and many other kinds of "open" too. That's because they are used to define the rights of users, and to ensure those rights are passed on -- that the intellectual commons is not enclosed. Their central importance explains in part the...
VLC Multimedia Player Shows Changing Open Source License Is Hard, But Possible
Google: We’re fine with keeping you waiting for slow Android updates

Google kicks Xperia S Android Open Source Project out of its nest, Sony takes it under its wing (video)

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After just under three months of development, Google's wrapped up its experimental work on bringing the Sony Xperia S into the Android Open Source Project fold. According to Sony, AOSP Technical Lead Jean-Baptiste Quéru considers the effort a success, but the device is being taken off the project's roadmap...
Google kicks Xperia S Android Open Source Project out of its nest, Sony takes it under its wing (video)
Android 4.0.4 pushed into the Android Open-Source Project, awaits full release

Now following: Jean-Baptiste of ExoPC Slate (@exopc) on Twitter http://bit.ly/94y1IS

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Now following: Jean-Baptiste of ExoPC Slate (@exopc) on Twitter http://bit.ly/94y1IS

Google makes Android 4.1 Jelly Bean source code available

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Google has announced the availability of the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) source code. It has been posted at the Android Open Source Project and comes just over eight months since Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), which arrived last October. Google's Jean-Baptiste Queru added that Google had released the "proprietary binaries"...
Google makes Android 4.1 Jelly Bean source code available

Verizon Galaxy Nexus welcomed back into the AOSP fold, Sprint shunned by Google

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Slowly but surely Google is bringing CDMA devices back into the AOSP fold after giving them the boot in February over driver issues. The Nexus S 4G was welcomed back last week and now the Verizon Galaxy Nexus is joining it over at the Android open source site. Head...
Verizon Galaxy Nexus welcomed back into the AOSP fold, Sprint shunned by Google
Verizon Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S 4G added to Android Open Source Project, 'no plans' to add Sprint Galaxy Nexus
Google makes Android 4.2 SDK and source code available for developers

Android 4.1.2 brings home screen rotation to devices

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Google announced Android 4.1.2 on Tuesday, a software update that adds a key feature to devices running the Jelly Bean software: home screen rotation support. Prior to this update, all Android 4.1 devices use portrait mode for the home screens, even when the smartphone or tablet is in landscape mode,...
Android 4.1.2 brings home screen rotation to devices

Android 4.0.4 reaches AOSP form

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Google's software engineer for the Android Open-Source Project (AOSP) Jean-Baptiste Queru revealed on Wednesday that Android 4.0.4 code has now made it into the AOSP's virtual repository. The so-called incremental update nevertheless represents a few hundred changes when compared to Android 4.0.3. When the software will arrive on consumer devices,...
Android 4.0.4 reaches AOSP form

Android platform developer: five-month wait for OS update is "reasonable"

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Sony recently updated its Tablet S product from Android 3 to Android 4. The latest version of Android, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), was released in November. According to Jean-Baptiste Queru, an Android platform engineer at Google, the five-month wait is “very reasonable,” in light of the complexity involved...
Android platform developer: five-month wait for OS update is "reasonable"

Supporters pledge $10,000 to bring Bittorrent streaming to VLC

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VLC, the incredibly popular open-source video player, may soon gain the ability to stream video files shared over Bittorrent, after a group of supporters pledged $10,000 to find the right developer to help them support the file-sharing protocol. As reported by TorrentFreak, the group of supporters have spoken with VLC’s...
Supporters pledge $10,000 to bring Bittorrent streaming to VLC
Google experimenting with Nexus-like AOSP support for Sony Xperia S
Nexus S and Motorola Xoom won't get latest Android 4.2, will remain on 4.1.2
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