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Google to Close Nexus One Online Store

Search giant concludes that Web-only isn't the best way to sell a high-end smartphone, opting instead to ship the Nexus One device out to brick-and-mortar retailers.
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Report: Linux Dominates Mobile Computing, Windows a No-Show

The latest smartphone sales figures from NPD Group show Google's Linux-based Android OS blowing the iPhone and Windows Mobile clean out of the water. Where is Microsoft in the booming mobile market?
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Android 2.2 to See Big Speed Increase

Enthusiast site devoted to Android says it has tested the 2.2 version of the open source mobile operating system and found that it's significantly faster than the current 2.1 iteration, and will likely support Flash.
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MeeGo Project Chooses Btrfs as Standard File System

Despite the Btrfs file system still being highly experimental, the MeeGo developers have chosen to use it in their embedded Linux distribution...
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Lenovo IdeaPad Z Series Walks the Performance-Pricing Tightrope

Does Lenovo's already expansive IdeaPad line really need another series? Actually, maybe! 
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