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Kunlun Platform Aims for Sub-$100 Android Phones

Wind River announced a partnership with Chinese telecommunications firm Via Telecom to develop low-cost Android phones using Wind River Platform for Android. It's said the & Kunlun& reference platform will enable OEMs to offer sub-$100 CDMA phones using Via Telecom's 3G EVDO Rev. A and 1xRTT modem, phone board, and...

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Google's App Inventor for Android Now Available to All

Announced by Google back in July 2010, App Inventor for Android, the simple development system for Android phones, has now been made available to anybody with a Google account...

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Open Source Robot Runs on an Atom, Does Flips

Robotis is shipping an 18-inch, humanoid Darwin-OP robot developed as an open source robotics research platform by Virginia Tech’s Robotics Mechanisms Laboratory (RoMeLa). The Linux-ready Darwin-OP can walk, kick a ball, and pick itself up after falling over -- thanks to an Intel Atom-based FitPC2i SBC (single board computer, an...

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For Data-Centric Mobile Users, Android Leads the Way

Researchers at Arieso have just reported the results of a series of studies on smartphone users and you probably won't be surprised to hear that iPhone 4 and Android phones are leading the next wave of mobile data usage, but you may be surprised to hear that Android users are the hungriest for data of all.

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Google Previews Chrome OS: Cloud Computing, But Without Touch

Google has provided more details about its upcoming cloud oriented Chrome OS operating system. The browser-only OS will arrive next year and support built-in 3G data connections, as well as the new Chrome Web Store...

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