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Added by Katie Lepi on 2012-10-10 I’ll admit it. I’m a fan of Apple products. But that doesn’t mean I don’t yearn for some of the fabulous features on Android phones too. Until the day when Apple and Google merge (ha!), we’re left with a split marketplace of apps. 50 Free Android Apps Being Used In Education Right Now
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Worth Reading: Android security overview - The H Open: News and Features Google's Android Open Source Project (AOSP) has released an overview of Android's security features. The document explains concepts such as the application sandbox, the permission management framework and inter-process communication. Other subjects that are touched on include cost-sensitive APIs (such as those with access to calls and text messages) and the provisions in the OS to deal with personal data on devices.
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Google has just unveiled the Android@Home framework, a set of protocols for controlling light switches, alarm clocks and other home appliances through any Android device. The search giant's ambitious plan intends to turn the home into one connected device. During a demo Tuesday at Google I/O in San Francisco, the company showed off the capability to control lights via an Android tablet. Android@Home Lets You Control Your Lights & Appliances Wirelessly
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