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UMPC bridges MID, netbook formats

UMID is readying a MID-like ultra-mobile PC (UMPC) for the Korean market that runs Linux.
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ARM-based MIDs run Android, report says

China-based Routon Electronic Co. is readying two ARM11-based mobile Internet devices (MIDs) that can run Linux or Android, according to an industry report. Routon's P760 MID and the touchscreen-only P730 MID are both equipped with a Samsung S3C6410 processor clocked to 677MHz, says the...
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AT&T looks beyond the cellphone

The president of emerging devices at AT&T Inc. sees a wide variety of wireless devices in the future, and the carrier is helping OEMs design them.
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Linux development kit supports DPFs and MIDs

RMI Corp. announced the availability of a WiFi-enabled hardware/software development kit for digital picture frames (DPFs) and mobile Internet devices (MIDs). The Home Media Player (HMP) Application Development Kit (ADK) is based on RMI's MIPS-architecture Au1250 processor, and includes a Linux Boa...
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Syncing your BlackBerry on Linux

If all you want to do is share data between your Linux box and the BlackBerry, no sweat. The 2GB Micro SD storage I inserted in my 8800 is available to my Linux system just like any other USB storage device.

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