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Motorola Xoom Tablet Won't Have Flash at Launch

Some disappointing news for those awaiting the arrival of Motorola's tablet: its new page on Verizon's site suggests it won't have Flash at launch. A bit of tiny text on the product page says "Adobe Flash expected Spring 2011," presumably meaning that Moto's waiting for Adobe to roll out the...

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Google Music Service Tied To Android 3.0: Report

It appears that we could see the long-rumored Google music service on the Xoom Android tablet when it launches with the Honeycomb mobile OS.

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Review: Seagate GoFlex Net Is Really a Pogoplug in Disguise

Little Linux-powered plug servers pack a big punch, serving up file sharing and multi-media streaming. Paul Ferrill explores the innards of the Seagate GoFlex, which offers USB 3.0 and streaming anywhere to anything.

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4G Base-Station on a Chip Runs Linux

Freescale Semiconductor announced a Linux-ready system-on-chip family for femtocell and picocell 4G base stations. The QorIQ Qonverge SoCs combine a Power-PC core for the PSC9130/31 femtocell version -- or dual cores for the PSC9132 picocell model -- as well as one or two Freescale StarCore DSP cores, a Maple baseband...

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Dust-Proof Signage PC Taps Dual-Core 1.8GHz Atom

Axiomtek is readying an IP4X-rated, dust-proof digital signage player based on a dual-core, 1.8GHz Intel Atom D525 processor. The DSB-300 offers 4GB of DDR3 memory, dual PCIe slots with wireless options, a gigabit Ethernet port, four USB 2.0 ports, a serial port, and an optional hardware decoder that supports 1920...

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