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Android accounts for one-quarter of mobile web traffic, says Quantcast

It's terribly difficult to get reliable statistics, as numbers tend to vary drastically depending upon whom you ask, but if you're inclined to believe that Android is mopping up Apple and RIM's declining mobile mindshare in the US, you'll find nothing but corroboration from Quantcast. 

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Toshiba debuts Android-powered Folio 100 tablet

The tablet will cost 399 to 499 euros in Europe when it goes on sale later this year. Here's a hands-on look at it and Toshiba's AC100 Android Netbook.

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Strong early sales of $140 Android tablet surprise retailer

Beijing-based international online reseller LightInTheBox.com announced it has had two months of surprisingly strong sales of a seven-inch, $140 Android tablet. The aPad Android Tablet runs Android 1.6 -- with Android Market support -- on Samsung's ARM11-based 667MHz S3C6410, and offers 1GB of flash, an SD slot, Wi-Fi, and an...

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Tutorial: Automating your Android Phone with SL4A

Back in Part 1 we learned how flexible and script-able Android is, and installed the SL4A scripting layer. Today Paul Ferrill teaches more about how to write custom Android scripts.

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WebOS 2.0 Pushed to Developers

The latest version of Palm's mobile OS comes with a host of application development features.

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