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MeeGo Looks Pretty Great On Everyone Else's Phones [Video]

Just because Nokia's been slow to deploy MeeGo doesn't mean the developers over at MeeGo Wiki have to be. They've already managed to port the operating system to a Nexus One, Dell Streak, and HTC Desire.

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Atom-based 3.5-inch board offers PCIe expansion

Axiomtek announced a 3.5-inch embedded board that can be fitted with Intel's Atom N450, D410, or dual-core D510 processors.

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Hands-on: Reading e-Books on Android with Aldiko

Although pocket-sized touchscreen devices are arguably not the most comfortable way to read copious amounts of text, modern multifunction smartphones offer a convenient alternative to dedicated e-book devices such as Amazon's Kindle. With the right third-party software, an Android handset can transform into a capable e-book reader whenever you have...

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Cloud Storage Startup Box.net Launches Android App; BlackBerry App In The Works

Today, Box is expanding beyond the iOS platform to offer users a free Android app, which is now available on the Android Marketplace.

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Motorola Droid X now getting OTA Android 2.2 update

Good way to start Wednesday, indeed. Right on schedule (and not a minute too soon), the over-the-air Android 2.2 (aka Froyo) update for Motorola Droid X has started propagating the radio waves.

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