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Adobe Delivers Flash 10.1 to Android Market

Adobe's multimedia software app is now out of beta and available for download from Google's Android Market site.

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FoxToPhone sends URLs from Firefox to Android phones

FoxToPhone, formerly known as SendToPhone, is an extension for Mozilla's Firefox web browser that allows users to send their current web page, telephone numbers and Android Market links directly to their Android-powered device...

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PyMT 0.5 advances multi-touch for Python

The PyMT developers have announced version 0.5 of their Python multi-touch user interface library with new touch controls, native Linux multi-touch support and improved performance...

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Smartphones to Get 1.5GHz Qualcomm Chips By End of Year [Qualcomm]

Now every man and his donkey has a Snapdragon chip in their smartphones, it's time for Qualcomm to look past the 1.2GHz speeds and bring us a 1.5GHz dual-core. It's on its way, from late this year/early next year.

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MeeGo: Where Are We Now?

Moblin and Maemo equals MeeGo, it sounds like such a simple equation. What could be easier than taking two open source projects, each driven by a large organization, and combining them under a third organization as a single project with one big happy community? What? Doesn't that sound easy to you?

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