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Google's Nexus One Exit Has Chrome OS Implications

Now that Google has announced that it has received its final shipment of Nexus One phones and will be exiting its Nexus One phone business altogether, what should we make of the company's decision?

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Report: Linux Syncs Great With Droids

Traditional mobile phone carriers love to play games with syncing phones to PCs. But it's a new game now with Android---There are many ways to sync your Droid phone with your Linux PC, all easy and using standard Linux applications. Paul Ferrill shows us how.

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Adobe FlashTime to Bring Peer-to-Peer Video Calls to Android

With tongue wedged firmly in cheek, Adobe has named its latest little bit of demo software FlashTime and given it a quick spin to whet our appetites. Built using the forthcoming Air 2.5, this peer-to-peer video chat client harnesses your smartphone's camera to get some direct visual communication going with your fellow Android lovers. Okay,...

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Droid 2 Being Prepared for Launch, Set to Arrive August 23rd?

The Droid 2's been leaking out all over the place in the past few weeks, but it looks like it'll be another month before it officially hits shelves -- we just got these shots from a packaging facility that's handling the phone, which puts it right on schedule for that rumored...

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Graffiti for Android Scribbles Palm OS Memories All Over Google's Platform

Gather around the campfire, children, as we tell you a story from or youth. You see, back in our day, we carried around PDAs driven by Palm's operating system (no, not that one). Primitive and bulky by modern standards, sure, but if there's one aspect we remember most fondly -- or at least most...

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