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Wind River Takes Android Commercial

Embedded specialist Wind River has launched a validated version of Google's Android platform, bringing revenue generation to the open-source model.

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Google Visual Search Coming for Android Phones

Google is working on a mobile application that lets users take a picture of a location from their Android-powered smartphone and trigger a Google search that pulls up information associated with the image.
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Intel Launches Atom SDK Beta for Netbook App Developers

Intel announced Dec. 2 that has launched a beta version of its Intel Atom Developer Program Software Development Kit for the Microsoft Windows and Linux-based Moblin operating systems.

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Under the Hood of Native Web Apps for Android

Web Development for Mobile Devices is the latest rage. But what if you want an "off-line" web application? No problem!

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Android And Chrome OS: Google Vs. Google?

Would Google's Chrome OS spell more competition for Android than anything else? That's one of the possibilities looming for Google's browser-centric Linux distro, as on each closer inspection it looks that much less like a Windows killer.

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