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Rugged, Atom-Powered Handheld Runs Linux

Amrel announced the availability of Linux on a ruggedized, military-focused handheld PC that includes a five-inch, 800 x 480 pixel touchscreen. The Rocky DB6 has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor, 32GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of SSD (solid state disk) storage, and a Mini PCI Express expansion slot,...

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Android Now Most Desired Smartphone OS in U.S., Study Says

Nielsen reports that 31 percent of U.S. smartphone subscribers said they would prefer Android for their next phone, compared to 30 percent for the iPhone. Overall, Nielsen estimates that 37 percent of smartphone subscribers and 50 percent of recent subscribers use Android phones, up sharply from January....

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ARM Profits Ride Smartphone, Tablet Surge

A 35 percent rise in profits coincides with a big increase in ARM-processor-based shipments "driven by growth in smartphones, tablets, digital TVs, and microcontrollers."...

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Nook Color Gets Real Apps: Is It a Real, $250 Android Tablet Now? [Tablets]

The update dropping for the Nook Color today is the big one: It tries to take the Nook Color all the way to a full-blown tablet for $250.

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Leaked Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Running Honeycomb Due Out This July [Tablets]

Lenovo is leaking like a poorly built ship this Easter Sunday: This Is My Next just broke word of a not-yet-officially acknowledged Honeycomb-equipped ThinkPad tablet, due out (with stylus) this July.

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