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Productivity

PocketCloud for Honeycomb tablets provides awesome desktop control

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There are plenty of desktop virtualization tools out there, and PocketCloud, one of the most recognizable, just got a little better thanks to some Honeycomb treats. PocketCloud for Android has been updated t…

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Android

Android apps running on BlackBerry devices? It may already be happening

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Bloomberg news reported earlier this month that RIM was working to make its BlackBerry Playbook tablet compatible with Android apps. The report cited only unnamed sources and seemed to be a strange developme…

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Android

Myriad plans to run Android apps on non-Android phones with Alien Dalvik

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Myriad Group has made it possible for non-Android users to run Android apps on their phone. For all the people who hack their Nokia or Windows Mobile to load Google’s mobile OS on it, they can save themselv…

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Productivity

Bitzer debuts secure MVL service for enterprise apps on Android

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Rather than have employees use company-issued phones for work and a personal phone, companies will soon opt to provide access to corporate data on a user’s personal smartphone. But employing this meth…

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Tools

Wyse updates PocketCloud virtual desktop app – includes support for tablets

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One of the nicest things about new tablet and slate devices with large screens is the ability to virtually connect and control you home or work PC from anywhere. Wyse, the maker of the virtual desktop app, Pocket…

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Android News

LG and VMWare virtualize Android, create two phones in one

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Phone maker LG and OS virtualization specialist VMWare have announced a partnership that will bring more enterprise features on end user phones. LG and VMWare have teamed up to create a system that will allow c…

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OK Labs demonstrates their virtualization software and the “nirvana phone”

Android News

OK Labs demonstrates their virtualization software and the “nirvana phone”

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Open Kernel labs demonstrated an Android-based secure VoIP solution at CTIA today by showing it through a customer-developed application on top of their OKL4 Microvisor virtualization platform. With the O…

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