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This Is the Next Generation of Chumby

A helpful reader just sent us this picture of a brand new Chumby. It's apparently being called the Chumby Opus for now (although that may not be the final product name), and it looks, like its predecessor, pretty darn adorable.

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Google Offers Android Tips and Tricks

Google released a list of ten tips for those using Android 2.3 (& Gingerbread& ) on its Nexus S. The tips, some of which may work on other devices, were accompanied by a list of four keyboard tricks and 14 interesting applications....

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Module Runs Linux on Texas Instruments SoCs

CompuLab announced an ARM Cortex-A8 COM (computer on module) with up to 256MB of RAM, 512MB of flash storage, 10/100 Ethernet, plus integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The Linux-ready CM-T3517 comes with Texas Instruments (TI) Sitara AM3505 or AM3517 CPUs clocked at up to 600MHz, has a touchscreen controller, and includes...

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MeeGo Tablet Specializes in Audio Recording

Trinity Audio Group is now selling a MeeGo Linux-based tablet bundled with version 5.0 of its Transmission audio platform for musicians. The $700 Indamixx 2 offers a 10.1-inch touchscreen, a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, 2GB of RAM and 260GB of storage, plus the Renoise tracking and sampling application, according...

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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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