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LG Phones to Ship with VMWare Virtualization Tech

LG and VMware say they are teaming up to bring virtualization technology to smartphones based on VMware's MVP (mobile virtualization platform) software. Operating system support was not specified, but the technology appears likely to be headed for some of LG's Android phones in 2011....

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CyanogenMod 6.1 Released

Version 6.1 of the CyanogenMod Android distribution has been released. New features abound; they include a number of camera improvements, nicer notifications, "super duper unified flashlights," FM radio support on a number of handsets, and more; see the changelog for the details.

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More Android People Are Using Froyo Than Ever Before [Android]

Even more Android users have got Froyo now than they did a month ago, at a cost to Eclair, but mostly 1.6 (Donut), which fell from 15 per cent to 10.6 per cent. Hurrah! [Android via UberGizmo] More »...

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VA-API Support For Google Android Platform

We have been tipped off that a few VA-API patches have hit the upstream libva tree for furthering along Google's Android support for this video acceleration API. VA-API is arguably the second best video playback acceleration API available to Linux users, after the NVIDIA-created VDPAU...

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Boxee Review: Good At One Thing, Bad At Everything Else [Video]

Theoretically, Boxee is like a cheaper Google TV that can play back every file type imaginable, as well as stream internet videos through its browser + Flash player setup. In reality, it only does one of those things well.

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