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The Nexus 7 Is Hiding Google’s Stroke Of Genius ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code + community

The biggest downside to Apple devices? They’re anti-social: locked to one user and non-fungible. Google’s new Nexus tablet supports real user profiles, allowing them to act like user-agnostic terminals. There are plenty of very exciting things going on in Android … Continue reading

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Google adds SELinux to Android

In 2008 I proposed doing this too Google and a Govt agency. Both thought it was a bad idea. Shortly after Department 13 made a security enhanced version of Android that latter was funded by DARPA. Then the NSA built … Continue reading

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The FBI may start buying Samsung phones soon | Have You Been Informed

“ Some analysts remain skeptical about whether Android can meet all security requirements of such clients, and note that the FBI itself has highlighted some vulnerabilities of the platform. “The Android operating system hasn’t been secured properly,” said Rob Enderle, … Continue reading

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