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CyanogenMod Team Gets Android Working On HP TouchPad

There have been a flurry of efforts in recent days aimed at getting a workable version of Android up-and-running on the webOS-based HP TouchPad.

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August Has Been the Craziest Tech Month Ever

August is typically regarded as one of the slower months, at least when it comes to tech news. But this August? Not so much....

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Google Docs App Now Uploads Images Directly to Documents

Google updated its native Google Docs for Android application, giving users the ability to drop photos taken from their Android device directly into a Google document. Meanwhile, the Android-compatible Google+ social networking service now enables sharing of web-pages from its & +1& button....

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Android Conference Announces Speakers

O'Reilly Media opened registration for its Android Open Conference, scheduled for Oct. 9-11, in San Francisco, and announced speakers from companies including Arduino, Adobe, BestBuy, Google, Intel, LinkedIn, Motorola, Twitter, and WalMart. Meanwhile, the 10th annual Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE 10x) has issued a call for papers for its...

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$200 Android Tablet Features 1.2GHz Cortex-A8 Processor

X10 has begun selling a seven-inch Android 2.3 tablet for $200. The X10 AirPad has a 1.2GHz, Cortex-A8-based Rockchip 2918 processor, 4GB of flash storage, a seven-inch, 800 x 480 pixel capacitive display, a two-megapixel camera, plus an HDMI output delivering 1080p, says the company....

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