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Velocity Micro Introduces Two Sub-$300 Android Slates

Two new little Android tablets have joined the ever-growing tablet race, this time from Velocity Micro. Both the 8-inch Cruz T408 and the 10-inch Cruz T410 are nice enough, but what’ll really catch your eye are the pricetags.

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HP TouchPad Screen Can Now Support Android

The team at TouchDroid has succeeded in developing drivers for the HP TouchPad that allow it to run Android 2.3.5, with full touch screen capability.

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Seven-inch Amazon Android Tablet Said to Offer Kindle UI, $250 Price

Amazon's Android tablet is a seven-inch, Kindle-branded device that will feature a customized operating system and sell for $250, according to a TechCrunch reporter who claims to have spent an hour with the device. In other Android tablet news, Samsung pulled its freshly announced Galaxy Tab 7.7 from the IFA...

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Baidu Announces Android fork and Teams Up With Dell

China's largest search engine company has announced the development of its own Android fork, to include a set of online application services, development tools and an online store...

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Linux-based RFID Vendors Combine Forces on Latest Readers

Trimble's ThingMagic division has integrated Linux-based Mercury5e (M5e) embedded UHF RFID (radio frequency identification) reader modules into long-range RFID readers from TagMaster. Aimed primarily at the railway industry, TagMaster's XT-2 is already shipping, and the XT-3 and XT-3HD Readers are on the way and available with an open source Linux...

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