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Linux 3.3 released, restores Android components in staging

arstechnica.com
Linus Torvalds has announced the release of Linux 3.3, a new version of the open source Linux kernel. This update is noteworthy because it includes some key components that have been merged from Android's Linux kernel. This could potentially help bring Google's mobile operating system into closer alignment with...
Linux 3.3 released, restores Android components in staging
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BITPAY FOUNDER: Bitcoin Has Proven It Can Take A Hit

Senator Ron Wyden's Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week

www.techdirt.com
When Mike asked if I'd be willing to write this week's "Favorite Techdirt Posts of the Week," I'm fairly certain he thought I’d say no. He noted how busy I must be -- which is true -- but in a display of his trademark humility, he said he could think...
Senator Ron Wyden's Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week

Apple ready to license its nano-SIM design for free, on one not-so-nano condition

www.engadget.com
If you hadn't heard, there are two rival nano-SIM designs going around, but only room for one of them to become an industry standard. Nokia, Motorola and RIM sit together in one corner, and we've already covered why they think their design is superior. On the other side of the...
Apple ready to license its nano-SIM design for free, on one not-so-nano condition

Engineers Struggle to Move Mobile Video Without Ruining It

www.readwriteweb.com
Intel, Cisco and Verizon are pouring $3.3 million into research at five prominent Universities to improve video delivery over wireless networks. The first goal of the Video Aware Wireless Networks (VAWN) program? Find a good way to measure mobile video quality. Understanding Video Quality As consumers watch ever increasing amounts of...
Engineers Struggle to Move Mobile Video Without Ruining It
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