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Daily Dose - Google Plans Licensing Server to Protect Android Apps

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Daily Dose - Google Plans Licensing Server to Protect Android Apps

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By introducing a central licensing server on the Android Marketplace, Google hopes to provide an effective method for protecting Android apps that can currently be copied pretty easily.  The licensing service works with almost every version of Android, all the way back to 1.5.  You can read their documentation to learn how to license your applications.

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GNOME 3 Delayed Until 2011
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