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DBAMP Readme
June 24th, 2011 By Waqar Afridi

The DBAMP Project Hosted on sourceforge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/sergdbamp/) contains all the deliverables (also linked from the Milestone chart), Follow the Following steps to Run each of them on your Mobile (Neo FreeRunner). 1. Milestone 6 contains openmoko rootfs along with all the required...

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Third deliverable of EASIP project can be found at http://imsciences.edu.pk/serg/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/strength-and-weakness-of-each-mechanism.pdf The deliverable starts with an introduction to Android followed by Openmoko, both of which are open source mobile platforms. Security enforcement mechanism...

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Trusted Computing Group[1] is an alliance initiated to provide trusted computing by developing a chip following the specifications[2] , revised edition published in July 2007, thus providing cryptographic  keys[3]  used for security of Information.    Openmoko[4] Inc. sponsored a project for the...

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Abstract Smartphones with open operating systems are getting popular with the passage of time. Increased exposure of open source smartphones also increased the security risk.  Android is one of the most popular open source operating system for mobile platforms. Android provide a base set of permissions...

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Report-II (Android application framework and Security architecture) has been uploaded, and can be accessed at : http://imsciences.edu.pk/serg/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Android-application-framework-and-security-architecture.pdf For any further info contact SERG at IMSciences Hayatabad. Comments and...

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Report on VM internals and Dalvik VM
January 5th, 2010 By Engineer@IMS

A comprehensive report on “Virtual machines and Dalvik VM internals” is uploaded to EASIP resource section.  The report contains basics about a virtual machine and its functionality. It describes the Dalvik VM and its respective byte codes. A comparison between Dalvik and Java virtual machine...

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Symbian and Open Source?
August 12th, 2009 By alam78

Yes, this is true that Nokia is going to launch Symbian as Open source. It is not confirmed but according to my information, it is going to happen soon in the future. My perception is that Nokia has read the message very clearly written on the Wall. THe message is that in the future it will be very difficult...

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An important aspect of Information technology is to reduce the geographical boundaries among various parts of the country. A person living in a very rural and far away region area of Pakistan, if provided reasonable IT infrastructure, will not travel to the capital and thus will reduce his/her time as...

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HTC (the guys who built the first Android phone for T-Mobile) have released a new Android-based smartphone called Hero. It’s an amazing piece of technology and looks really cute. We’ll be trying to get our hands on this one but only if it’s not SIM-locked. Not likely, since HTC is a...

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Android netbooks
January 3rd, 2009 By shazkhan

The following article is a good introduction into the scope of Android and what technology Google is to enable for the near future. http://venturebeat.com/2009/01/01/android-netbooks-on-their-way-likely-by-2010/ It seems that Android has yet to get mature and it wont be until next year that it will be...

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