News - 2013

Variety: Car biz opens doors to developers for in-dash apps

As infotainment systems play a larger role in influencing the sale of a car, an increasing number of automakers are looking to make the screens mimic another popular device consumers can't leave home without: the smartphone.

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Wired IT: Programmare per Android: dalla Linux Foundation un corso per principianti

"La Linux Foundation ha avviato negli scorsi giorni un progetto davvero interessante: Android Programming for Beginners. Si tratta di un programma per imparare le basi della programmazione per il Robottino, destinato a tutti gli appassionati che vogliono cimentarsi non tanto e non solo nella creazione di applicazioni, ma interfacciarsi direttamente con il proprio dispositivo."

Bloomberg: Samsung to Sell Tizen-Based Smartphones After Motorola Deal

Samsung Electronics Co. (005930), the world’s largest seller of mobile phones, said it will start selling smartphones this year featuring the Tizen operating system backed by Intel Corp.

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Forbes: 10 Predictions For The Mobile Industry In 2013

As we enter 2013 it’s only fitting to present a few predictions for the sector that’s become as important to established tech as technology itself to the makers of cars, consumer goods and services. With a little help from analysts, entrepreneurs and researchers, here are 10 forecasts on the big changes we’ll see for telecommunications and mobile technology in 2013. 

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