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Android-on-Intel Accelerates as Clover Trail+ Devices Debut

Lenovo’s Android-based K900, the first phone to use Intel’s dual-core 2GHz “Clover Trail+” Atom Z2580 system-on-chip, began shipping in China, and ZTE announced a Z2580-based, 4.5-inch “Grand X2 In” aimed at Europe. Yet, Atom-based Android phones won’t truly shine until Intel’s “Merrifield” SOC arrives in early 2014 using Intel’s 28nm,...

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Samsung: Galaxy S4 Sales to Hit 10 Million Next Week

That's a faster sales rate than the Galaxy S3, the company's co-CEO Shin Jong-kyun said recently in an interview. [Read more]    ...

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Google Engineers: We're Trying to Fix Android Fragmentation

During a Google I/O fireside chat, a team of Google Android engineers acknowledged continuing fragmentation issues with Android's software. Also: might Android get dramatically different camera abilities? [Read more]    ...

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Hackable SODIMM-style ARM9 COM has Onboard Display

Crystalfontz America has announced availability of an SODIMM-style COM (computer-on-module) with an optional onboard 128 x 32-pixel OLED display. The tiny CFA10036x module is built around Freescale’s 454MHz ARM9-based i.MX28x SOC (system-on-chip), includes 128MB or 256MB of RAM, and houses its open-source embedded Linux OS in a microSD slot. We’re...

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The Fedora Project ARMs Up

Red hat backs the development of Fedora on ARM-based datacenter servers...

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