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The U.S. Army is Pursuing An Android Smartphone Strategy for Soldiers

According to International Business Times, based on recent comments from U.S. Army personnel, the Army is building an Android-based smartphone framework and application suite designed for soldiers.

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Will Google Sell Chrome OS Portables for Low, Monthly Subscriptions?

When Google announced Chrome OS in 2009, it got an overwhelming level of hype, primarily because it presented a new cloud-centric model for working with applications and unusual approaches to operating system security.

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ARM’s Intel Challenger Set for 2012 release

ARM Holdings’ high-performance, low-power Cortex-A15 processor design will appear in products in late 2012 or early 2013, when it will begin to muscle in on territory long dominated by Intel’s x86 architecture.

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Canonical Confirms Apr. 28 Release for Ubuntu 11.04, Online Trial Version

Canonical confirmed that it will ship Ubuntu 11.04 (& Natty Narwhal& ) on April 28, and announced a new online trial version of the Linux operating system. The U.K.-based company also announced some new details of its server edition, including easier provisioning and a fully certified J2EE stack....

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Soldiers Turn Into Android App Developers at the US Army's Request [Apps]

It's not enough to know how to shoot a gun and shine shoes—now, the US Army is writing Android apps for use in combat. Not on your bogstandard Motorola phone obviously—these apps will be used on the army and marine's special new Android phone that will be given to troops...

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