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Android Atlas Weekly Ep. 88: Google plays, Apple pays, Android listens (Podcast)

Mobile editor Brian Bennett joins us from New York as we discuss Google's new Play Store, voice apps, and NFC. Also, jelly beans and key lime pie make cameos.

By March 8, 2012

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Android screen chaos: A feature, not a bug

Programmers using Google's mobile operating system must reckon with upfront work for the wide range of Android screens, but the benefit is flexibility.

By January 28, 2012

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The 25 worst passwords of 2011

Internet security firm SplashData has revealed the 25 worst passwords of 2011 — and boy are they doozies.

By November 20, 2011

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Apple, Android grab more market share in U.S.

Both Apple's iOS and Android captured a greater chunk of the U.S. smartphone OS market in the last quarter, with Android on top winning 36.4 percent of all users, according to ComScore.

By June 3, 2011

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Android passes RIM in U.S. as leading mobile OS

Google's Android scooped up 33 percent of all smartphone users in the U.S. during the first three months of the year, surpassing RIM as the leading smartphone platform, says ComScore.

By May 9, 2011

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iPad launch 2.0: What's different this time?

With the iPad 2 launching today, we take a look at how both Apple's retail strategy and the tablet landscape differ from the launch of the first-generation iPad.

By March 11, 2011

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SlingPlayer Mobile launches on Android phones

New app lets Android smartphone owners with Slingbox devices watch live and recorded shows from their home TVs on their mobile phones.

By June 22, 2010

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SlingPlayer for PalmOS unveiled

The public beta of the PalmOS version of the SlingPlayer Mobile software is now available for download.

By March 27, 2007

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SlingPlayer coming to PalmOS

Sling Media is making its SlingPlayer software compatible with Palm OS, HP notebooks and Windows Vista.

By January 7, 2007

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Smartphones continue to surge

Seventeen percent of mobile phone subscribers now have smartphones, up from 11 percent at the end of 2008, Forrester says.

By January 5, 2010