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Moblin Project Launches Usability Survey

The Moblin Project invites you to participate in a brief usability survey for the Moblin website.

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Moblin: A First Look at Intel's Open-Source OS

Moblin is an Intel-created open-source operating system for netbooks and, specifically, the kind of people who use them.
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Can Mozilla Catch Up on Mobile? Beta Fennec Builds Say Yes

Mozilla is at it again. Not content to slug it out on the desktop, the Moz folks are taking a run at the mobile market with Fennec. The betas released last week suggest that they're on the right track.
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Is Dell Building an Android PDA?

When business users or consumers want to access the Web on the go, will they be willing to set aside a smartphone or cellphone and instead log on using a next-generation PDA?

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Could There Be an AndroidFox?

Google's Linux-based mobile operating system — Android — has become a popular choice for phonemakers worldwide.
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