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Intel Broaches Fresh Barrel-o-Linux

Intel is not just a chip maker, but also a peddler of Linux and VxWorks operating systems for embedded devices thanks to its $884m acquisition last year of Wind River. This week, the semiconductor giant's Wind River subsidiary rolled out Wind River Linux, which...

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Stephen Elop: Nokia's First MeeGo Device 'Will Be a 2011 Event''

No more wondering or speculation, Nokia's CEO just announced on the Q3 earnings call that its first MeeGo device won't be coming this year. In no uncertain terms, Stephen Elop said that Nokia's, "First MeeGo device will be a 2011 event." A device rumored to be the N9, pictured above.

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Lenovo Says no Android Tablet in US Until Honeycomb; no Windows 7 Tablet, Period

If you happen to be enthusiastic about Lenovo, tablets, and your American residency, look away now.

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HP Unveils webOS 2.0, Palm Pre 2

Six months after acquiring Palm, HP rolls out its new mobile OS and smartphone in hopes of gaining ground in the competitive enterprise and consumer device market.

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myTouch 3G's Froyo Update Well Underway

From the looks of T-Mobile's official support forums, it hasn't gone out to everyone just yet -- but it looks like lots of myTouch 3G owners are now getting the official Froyo update the carrier announced back on the 13th of the month.

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