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Intel Formally Launches Tablet Atom at IDF

Timed to coincide with its spring developers' forum in Beijing, Intel is launching its first tablet processor and announcing it is working with Google to bring Android 3.0 to the platform...

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Google Confirms Chrome OS Tablet Code

Google is baking specifications for a tablet based on its Chrome OS into its open source Linux code, the company confirmed. Meanwhile Google flattened its executive structure, promoting Android creator Andy Rubin and others to senior vice president roles, and has also acquired Pushlife, makers of an iTunes-like music app...

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Novell's Mono Tools Let Devs Create .NET Apps for Android Devices

If app developers have a pattern of going after the iPhone first and Android second, well, the same is apparently true of the folks who write software for the code monkeys.

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StreakDroid 1.9.0 Takes Dell Streak Own3rs to the Frontier

Fans of rooting the Dell Streak are likely familiar with the efforts DJ_Steve, a tenacious phone enthusiast with a penchant for keeping the tablet at its bleeding edge. To the uninitiated, this five-inch smartphone is enjoying an underground renaissance, thanks in large part to the hacked ROMs known as StreakDroid. Even while Froyo has been available officially from Dell for some time now, the aforementioned spinner got it there first.

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Firefox for Android Gets it Mostly Right

This is Mozilla's most far-reaching mobile move yet, and for the most part, the browser-maker does its Firefox brand proud.

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