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Marvell Prescribes Multi-Screen Tablet Device

Marvell announced a tablet device for medical applications that will include a built in camera and multiple liquid crystal or e-paper displays. The & Moby Med& platform will offer a 1GHz Armada 600 series processor, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, an FM receiver, and Adobe Flash capability, the company says...
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Google's Schmidt Pitches Chrome OS

Google's Chrome operating system will be the freshest thing to hit computing in two decades, the company's chief executive has claimed.…...
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HP Slate More Netbook than iPad

Hewlett-Packard's Slate may be in for some harsh criticism when compared to the iPad.
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Google Bypassing Chrome OS for its Tablet Device?

Google is reportedly working on a tablet computer based on its Android operating system, not the Chrome OS. Google has declined to comment on the tablet rumor, but that hasn't stopped analysts from mulling over the operating system choice....
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Multimedia Stack Targets Embedded Devices

Cinemo is touting a cross-platform software stack it says will provide full HD video playback and network streaming support on low-power embedded devices. The company announced & technical cooperation& with Imagination Technologies, whose widely used Powervr IP cores have been released with an SDK...
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