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HP Tips More Details on Android Netbook

HP has tipped an Android-based netbook, heading for the Spanish carrier Telefonica, according to several reports. HP's Compaq Airlife 100 is said to run a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked to 1GHz, with 16GB of flash storage and a 10-inch 1,024 x 600 touchscreen....
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Google Slashes Nexus One Early Termination Fees

Search giant reacts quickly to user complaints about early termination fees and spotty 3G coverage, aiming to iron out early wrinkles in the launch of its first mobile device.
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Openmoko Updates WikiReader - the Pocket Wikipedia

Openmoko has released the Spring 2010 update for its WikiReader, updating the included Wikipedia content and adding several improvements to the device's OS...
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Study: U.S. Still BlackBerry Country, but Android Doubles Share

A comScore MobiLens study on the 4Q 2009 mobile phone market in the U.S. estimates that Android was the fastest growing smartphone operating system (OS), although it only barely topped a 5 percent share. In other findings, almost a quarter of the nation's 234 million mobile users had Motorola phone...
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Core i7 Module Handles Temperature Extremes

Adlink announced a Core i7-equipped COM Express module featuring Intel's embedded-specific Core i7 processor along with the QM57 Express chipset. The & Ampro by Adlink Express-CBR& features up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, CRT and LVDS display support, an optional SSD (solid state disk), and PCI Express...
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