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Internet Radio and DECT Phone Run Android, Include Videocams

Archos announced two Android-based & Home Connect& devices with 3.5-inch touchscreens and front-facing webcams. The Archos 35 Home Connect is a $149 portable Internet radio that runs Android 2.2 on a 1GHz TI OMAP3630 processor, and the Archos 35 Smart Home Phone is an Android-based DECT landline phone....

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Security-Enhanced Android Controls App Access Rights

The latest version of the WhisperCore firmware for Android adds finer-grained permissions and promises fewer applications crashes when it blocks access to resources...

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ARM Exec Counsels Massively Parallel Patience

Don't expect parallel-processing power to invigorate consumer devices for a few more years. But when it does, it may save your child's life – or at least protect you from a nasty lawsuit.…...

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The Panasonic Toughbook Android Tablet Is a Rugged Beast

Panasonic's venerable Toughbook line is introducing a 10.1-inch Android tablet. Unlike the sissy tablets everyone else is putting out, the Toughbook will be secure, rugged, durable and, hell, even come with a matte screen.

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Samsung Chromebook Ships to Mixed Reviews

IHS iSuppli published the results of a teardown of the 3G version of Samsung's Chrome OS-based Series 5 Chromebook -- which began shpping today for $500 -- and estimates the solidly-built notebook cost $334.32 to build. Meanwhile, an eWEEK review of the Wi-Fi only Series 5 was similarly impressed with...

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