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Android M developer preview now out for Nexus 5, 6, and 9

Earlier today Google announced Android M, the next release of its mobile operating system, which will become available sometime during the third quarter of this year. Until then, though, the company has released the first developer preview of the new OS version. Just as last year, it's only called "M" for now, with the final naming due to be revealed at a later time. You can test drive Android M if you own an LG Nexus 5, Motorola Nexus 6, HTC Nexus 9, or Asus Nexus Player. Those are the devices for which preview images are already available for flashing. Do note however that this is intended for developers to use in improving their apps ahead of the final release of Android M. As this is a preview, bugs are to be expected. Also, the flashing procedure (detailed here) is quite involved, so if you don't have a bit of knowledge in the field you should probably not try this. Finally, understand that flashing the developer preview requires unlocking the bootloader of your device, which erases all the data on it. If you still want to proceed, the images are waiting for you at the Source link below. Google has planned to release three preview builds. The first one is out now, and the other two should come around one month apart each. The good thing is that those who have a preview build installed will get the new previews via over-the-air updates. On the other hand, once the final release of Android M is out, you will need to go the image flashing route, so you'll have to erase all the data on your device again. Source |...

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'3D printing' used to test a 'cure' for type-1 diabetes

Researchers are one step closer to reducing the effects of type-1 diabetes after developing a way to implant insulin-generating cells into the pancreas. According to publisher IOP, this method was previously unsuccessful, but has begun to work now th...

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‘Sleeper’ Locker ransomware comes alive, infects hundreds

A new strain of ransomware called Locker was activated this week after laying asleep on infected users' computers for months. Hundreds have been affected by the new ransomware so far. The post ‘Sleeper’ Locker ransomware comes alive, infects hundreds appeared first on Digital Trends.

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FCC wants to bring high-speed Internet to low-income households at a discount

The FCC is proposing changes to their Lifeline program that would provide broadband connections to all qualifying low-income Americans. The proposal comes from FCC chairman Tom Wheeler. The post FCC wants to bring high-speed Internet to low-income households at a discount appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Cash-free politics: Parties’ need for money is a constant source of friction and potential corruption - state funding is the answer

It has been an unwritten rule of British politics that the party in power does not use the levers of government to cripple the Opposition financially. This is not a helpful convention, because it means that the highly unsatisfactory system under which political parties raise money hardly ever changes.

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