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Google's Nexus One vs. Brick and Mortar

Of all the reasons put forth asserting why Google's Nexus One is not selling, I subscribe to the most simple one: no brick-and-mortar stores.
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Samsung, Nokia Eyeing Palm?

With their eyes on Palm's rich patent portfolio, device makers could be looking to make a bid to acquire the beleaguered handset maker, according to one analyst.
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All-In-One Thin Client Has 21-Inch Screen

Igel announced a new all-in-one thin client that runs Linux. The UD9 includes a 21.5-inch display, a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, plus an optional touchscreen, wireless networking, and a smart card reader, the company says....
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Teardown redux: iPhone 3GS vs. Nexus One

iFixit's side-by-side breakdown of the internals of these two phones makes a compelling case for the Nexus One.
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Unlocked Linux Smartphone Swivels 180 Degrees

ChinaGrabber is selling an unlocked, quadband GSM cellphone that runs Linux on a 624MHz Marvell PXA310. The $570 BPhone features a 5-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen with 180-degree rotation, plus WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and up to 16GB flash expansion....
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