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Cotton Candy Ready to be Pre-Ordered, Runs Ubuntu and Android 4.0

The £139 device comes with a dual-core Cortex A9 ARM processor clocked at 1.2GHz and will be usable both plugged into a host computer and on its own...

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Raspberry Pi Launches, Offers Low-Cost, Low-Power, Hackable PCs to All

The Raspberry Pi, a super-cheap, low-power, single-board computer that uses an SD card for storage, plugs into a keyboard and a TV, and has been heralded as the future of everything from home theater PCs to classroom computers, finally launched this morning. The first few batches sold out in minutes,...

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Telefonica Building Web-Centric OS with Mozilla

Telefonica, Mozilla and Qualcomm are working together to deliver a Boot2Gecko device under the Open Web Device label by the end of 2012...

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Mozilla Backs Facebook's Mobile Web Standards Push

Open-web-loving Mozilla is backing Facebook's move to bring together smartphone-makers, carriers and developers to sort out standards for mobile internet and mobile app payments.…...

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Ubuntu's Bold Mobile Gambit

There's no denying the magnitude of Linux's impact on the world of personal computing so far, but you know something has changed when headlines like these begin appearing: "Ubuntu for Android: This, ladies and gentlemen, is the future of computing" read one. "Ubuntu for Android shows us the future of...

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