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Beta 5 of Firefox 4 for Mobile Available

The Mozilla foundation has announced the availability of the fifth beta for Firefox 4 for Mobile, for phones running Android, and Maebo on the Nokia N900...

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Google Adds E-Books to Android Market

Joining the growing number of mobile apps, e-books are now being sold at Android Market with some indications that movies and music could be next on the list.

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Xoom Xoom: Positive Reviews Greet Honeycomb Tablet Launch

Verizon Wireless launched the Motorola Xoom Feb. 24 for $600 with a two-year contract, and the dual-core Android 3.0 tablet has earned solid reviews -- although with concerns over the high price and lack of apps. Android tablets certainly have a long way to go, however, since Apple's iPad represented...

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Embedded Linux File System Rev'd for Performance

Datalight released a new version of its Reliance Nitro file system aimed at embedded Linux devices. Reliance Nitro SDK for Linux 2.0 offers improved read and write performance, fast boot times, solid reliability, and a wide assortment of validation and testing tools, says the company....

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Tutorial: Building Custom Kernels for Linux Plug Computers

Little Linux plug computers come ready-to-use. But they're still Linux, which means hackable. Today we learn how to build a custom kernel for a plug computer.

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