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Startup Claims its CMOS Tech Cuts Power Consumption by half

A newly unveiled startup says it has devised a CMOS platform that can cut the active power consumption of & a wide range of integrated circuit products& by half, and leakage power consumption by up to five times. SuVolta says its & PowerShrink& platform has already been licensed by Fujitsu,...

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HP Considers Licensing WebOS

HP is actively considering licensing its WebOS operating system to other manufacturers, according to industry reports. & It's not correct to believe that [WebOS] should only be on HP devices,& HP CEO Leo Apotheker was said to have told an audience at AllThingsD's D9 conference....

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From the MeeGo Conference: The State of MeeGo

Last week I was in San Francisco for MeeGoConf SF, the second large-scale MeeGo event. A lot has changed since the Dublin get-together last November — or at least that's how it looks from the outside. Nokia (one of the co-founders of the project) hired on a new CEO from Microsoft, who announced in February that the Finnish phone maker would start using Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 instead of its own smartphone operating systems. To a lot of mobile-phone-industry watchers, that looked like bad news for MeeGo, and it certainly disappointed a huge portion of Nokia's MeeGo and Qt engineers, not to mention Maemo fans. But there is more to the MeeGo picture, which frames those events in a different light — as last week's event showed.

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Linaro Non-Profit is Rapidly Hitting Embedded Linux Milestones

For years, many Linux users wished for it to achieve a level of success on the desktop that in never did achieve; however, a funny thing happened on the way to that state of affairs: Linux succeeded off the desktop. Linux is growing very rapidly on servers, and already powers much of the server infrastructure behind the Internet and many corporate networks.

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Open Source Project Brings Android Apps to iOS with 'Hello World' Panache

Ever think you'd see Android applications executing natively within iOS? A project called "in-the-box" is working toward this goal, and it's hoping to provide developers an easy path for submitting their software to the App Store. This means Apple users could get a crack at exotic titles from Google's turf, all without jailbreaking their devices.

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