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Android Oreo Adds Support for WiFi Passpoint, But Makes it Optional for OEMs

WiFi Passpoint, launched in 2012 by the WiFi Alliance, is an industry-wide solution to streamline network access to hotspots. It seeks to eliminate the need for users to find and authenticate a network each time they connect to it. In networks that do not support Passpoint, users need to search for and choose a network […]

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Microsoft, Red Hat Offer Enterprise Support for Containers in Hybrid Cloud

Microsoft and Red Hat this week expanded their nearly 2-year-old alliance to bridge the gap between Windows and open source computing with the launch of several new initiatives to help enterprise customers more easily adopt container solutions. Through the new collaboration, customers will gain access to native support for Windows Server containers operating on Red […]

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LineageOS Week in Review: Jelly Improvements, Redmi Note 4 Support and More

As we start another month we get a new changelog blog post from the official LineageOS team. The previous update from last month highlighted the work they’ve done with Jelly and the new update shows that a lot more work has gone into browser. For those unaware. Jelly is a web browser from the folks […]

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Action Launcher v26 Brings Google Now Integration, Adds Notification Dots Support and More

Today, the lead developer behind Action Launcher, Chris Lacy, announced the release of a new update to its popular launcher application — Action Launcher v26. As always, the new update packs in a plethora of new features including support for Google Now integration and many Android O-based features. Nova Launcher added Google Now integration last month […]

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