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Initial Findings: MeeGo 1.1 Netbook vs. Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook

Intel and Nokia last week rolled out MeeGo 1.1, which is now officially available for Intel Atom netbooks, the N900 handset, and in-vehicle "infotainment" systems. The netbook spin of MeeGo 1.1 is out there to compete with the likes of Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook Edition, which was released just shy of...

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Linux/Android HMI Kit Upgrades to 1GHz Cortex-A8 SoC

TES Electronic Solutions announced a new member of its Linux- and Android-ready & Magik& computer-on-module (COM) and HMI development kit family, this time with TI's DaVinci DM3730 system-on-chip. The Magik-MX-37 COM has 512MB RAM and up to 1GB of flash storage, and the compete kit offers a seven-inch, 800 x...

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Twitter for Android Updated, Adds Speed, Polish, More Options

It's not just Facebook for Android that's getting an update today -- Twitter just pushed out a new version of its Android app, and while it doesn't add a ton of new features, it's gotten a big speed boost and some polish. The biggest addition is pull-to-refresh, which the iPhone client has had for a while, as an option bar that's revealed by swiping on a tweet. There's also new quoting options for retweets and avatar photos are...

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Google's Chrome-Powered Netbook Almost Here?

A Google-branded notebook may debut later this month with at least two other vendors following suit with models of their own in December.

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WordPress for Android Gains Media Improvements

The latest version of WordPress for Android includes "significant improvements" to the addition of media to user's blog posts and pages, as well as a number of bug fixes for issues found in the previous release...

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