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Motorola Xoom 2: Second Time's the Charm?

The new Motorola Xoom and Xoom 2 Media Edition tablets are now available to consumers in both the U.K. and Ireland.

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'World's Smallest' SDR Radio Runs Linux

Epiq Solutions announced what it claims is the world's smallest commercially available software defined radio (SDR). The 4.6 x 2.2 x 0.9-inch, four-ounce Matchstiq incorporates a broadband (28MHz) RF transceiver supporting 300MHz to 3.8GHz frequencies, an onboard GPS receiver, and an Iveia Atlas-I-LPe module integrating a Texas Instruments DM3730 processor...

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Why Ubuntu Smartphones Could Make Lots of Sense

Yesterday, I covered the news that Canonical is very focused on bringing Ubuntu to new platforms, including smartphones, tablets and devices. Since then, many writers have served up analysis on the topic, especially when it comes to Ubuntu arriving on smartphones.

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Low-End 'nanoRISC' Module has 400MHz ARM9 Processor

MSC Vertriebs announced a 2.75 x 2-inch SOM (system on module) packing a 400MHz Samsung S3C2416 processor, up to 128MB of RAM, and up to 1GB of flash storage. The nanoRISC-S3C2146 offers 10/100 Ethernet, USB 2.0 host and client ports, multiple serial ports, plus VGA video output, according to the...

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Canonical: Biting Off More Than it Can Chew with Ubuntu?

Is Canonical staying focused with its Ubuntu strategy? As we've noted, Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth has made clear that he is extremely focused on business users, and specifically cloud computing.

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