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Playing with MeeGo 1.0

The MeeGo project - the result of the merger between Moblin and Maemo - released version 1.0 of its core platform on May 25, accompanied by the first iteration of its...

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Android Mobile Devices with MIPS Architecture

Android devices can't necessarily be equated with ARM processors -...

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Linux to Garner 33 Percent Smartphone Share by 2015, Study Says

Linux-based mobile operating systems, led by Android, will own 33 percent of the global smartphone market...

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HP Says It's in the Smartphone Market, After All

HP CEO Mark Hurd certainly caused a few sad faces yesterday when he told investors and analysts that HP "didn't buy Palm to be in the smartphone business," and it now the company is trying to walk that back a little -- rest easy, folks, because there are definintely more webOS smartphones on the way. Apparently what Hurd was really trying to say was that HP is excited about...

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10 Things Android Does Better Than iPhone OS

Since its 2008 debut, Android has grown - not only meeting all of the functionalities of the...

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