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Android Tablets Will Benefit From Free Amazon Kindle Apps

After Amazon's success developing an iPad app, they've now tailored apps for Android and Windows tablet platforms, doing the usual: giving access to 775,000 ebooks, which can be bought once and read on various platforms.

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MeeGo-Harmattan Is Handling FreeDesktop.org X

While Intel is looking to use Wayland on MeeGo Touch for their mobile/embedded purposes, the Nokia side is still focusing upon X for the time being. But rather than using X with KDrive, developing all of their X support out of the mainline trees, or going down any other messy...

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Kno Textbook Tablet, Based on Ubuntu, Ain't no iPad

As we noted earlier this week, next week the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off in Las Vegas, and it promises to be loaded with new tablet devices--many of them based on Android--seeking to compete with Apple's iPad. 

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ChromeMarks Syncs Chrome Bookmarks with Android [Downloads]

Android: If you're tired of manually adding new bookmarks to both your PC and your phone, ChromeMarks will sync all your bookmarks between Android and Chrome with minimal setup. 

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Ringing in a New Smartphone Year (week in review)

A Verizon iPhone is widely expected to be announced after CES, while Amazon and Barnes & Noble tout their e-reader sales. Also: Groupon goes for nearly $1 billion in funding.

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