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Sony Ericsson Cranks Up Xperia Mini Line with 1GHz CPUs

Sony Ericsson has upgraded its Xperia Mini and slider keyboard-equipped Xperia Mini Pro phones with faster 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, larger three-inch screens, and Android 2.3. Claimed to be the smallest smartphones available that can play and record 720p video, the phones include all the wireless features of a big-screen...

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Quanta Building E Ink-Based Android Tablet for Amazon?

Quanta has received OEM orders from Amazon.com to build its much-rumored Android tablet, expected to sell in quantities of 700,000 to 800,000 units per month, DigiTimes claims. The tablet is said to use Fringe Field Switching display technology from E Ink -- presumably a version of E Ink's Triton color...

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Linux Signage PC Enables Programmable Waiting-Room Content

Jayex announced a Linux-based digital signage computer aimed primarily at waiting-room applications. Available with multimedia and client call software, the & Web Media M4& is built around a dual-core Intel Atom D510 clocked at 1.66GHz and offers 1GB of RAM, 250GB of storage, HDMI and VGA ports, as well as...

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Digital Sign Uses Atom-Powered SBC

Avalue announced a 42-inch digital sign built around an Intel Atom-based, dual-core SBC (single board computer). The MPC-42WS has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 4,000:1 contrast ratio, a 450-nit brightness rating, gigabit Ethernet, plus both CompactFlash and hard disk storage, the company says....

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PXA370 Reference Platform Gains Industrial-Focused Android BSP

E-con Systems announced an Android board support package (BSP) for its Marvell PXA300-based eSOM300 module and related Alioth baseboard reference platform. The company says it added to Android's hardware abstraction layers with blocks that support non-mobile, industrial-focused peripherals including RS232/RS485, CAN, GPIO, ADC, and various sensors....

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