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Nook Color Gets Real Apps: Is It a Real, $250 Android Tablet Now? [Tablets]

The update dropping for the Nook Color today is the big one: It tries to take the Nook Color all the way to a full-blown tablet for $250.

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Leaked Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Running Honeycomb Due Out This July [Tablets]

Lenovo is leaking like a poorly built ship this Easter Sunday: This Is My Next just broke word of a not-yet-officially acknowledged Honeycomb-equipped ThinkPad tablet, due out (with stylus) this July.

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The U.S. Army is Pursuing An Android Smartphone Strategy for Soldiers

According to International Business Times, based on recent comments from U.S. Army personnel, the Army is building an Android-based smartphone framework and application suite designed for soldiers.

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Will Google Sell Chrome OS Portables for Low, Monthly Subscriptions?

When Google announced Chrome OS in 2009, it got an overwhelming level of hype, primarily because it presented a new cloud-centric model for working with applications and unusual approaches to operating system security.

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ARM’s Intel Challenger Set for 2012 release

ARM Holdings’ high-performance, low-power Cortex-A15 processor design will appear in products in late 2012 or early 2013, when it will begin to muscle in on territory long dominated by Intel’s x86 architecture.

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