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Google, Verizon Teaming to Develop Android Devices

Verizon and Google have agreed to jointly develop wireless devices based on Google's open source Android mobile platform.
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Palm Fixes WebOS Developer Program, Encourages Open Source

Palm has unveiled its plans for the WebOS developer program, which is scheduled to officially launch in December. It will enable third-party developers to broadly distribute their own software applications for Palm's Linux-based mobile platform.
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Palm Pre Linux-Based Smartphone Reviewed

The Linux-based Palm Pre is a sleek smartphone full of features-- but is it feature-ful enough?
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Study: Android's on a Mobile Web Tear

While apparently iPhones rule the mobile ad marketplace, Android phones are making rapid headway and could soon overtake BlackBerry devices.
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Garmin Takes a New Tack With Linux-Based Nav Phone

After nearly two years of anticipation, Garmin and AT&T announced Tuesday that the long-awaited Garmin Nuvifone G60 will become available in the United States starting Oct. 4.

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