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webOS 2.1 SDK Now Available to all Comers, Teases 'Big Push' for Veer Launch

Though webOS 2.1 has already gone out to Pre 2s (and a handful of Pre Pluses) around the globe, developers not included in HP's NDA-protected Early Access Program have been shut out of the latest version of the SDK -- until now.

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Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi Available March 27 For $599

If you don't need 3G or 4G or any Gs at all, Motorola's Xoom Wi-Fi will be arriving on March 27 for $599. The specs are all the same as the initial model: Android Honeycomb, 32GB hard drive, 1GHz Tegra 2 processor, 10.1" display, et cetera. You'll be able to...

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Android, iOS Attracted Open Source Developers in 2010

An analysis of the mobile projects listed in Black Duck's KnowledgeBase finds a high percentage built for Android.

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Amazon Cited as Potential Parent of iPad 2 Rival

The iPad 2 is on course to shatter sales records but one analyst thinks Amazon could match Apple in the tablet market.

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Flash 10.2 Beta Hits Android Market on March 18th, Only Supports Honeycomb at Release

Contrary to reports floating about the web, the Motorola Xoom isn't getting Adobe Flash Player 10.2 today -- rather, the tablet is getting updated to support Flash which will actually arrive in one week. Adobe now says that a beta of Flash Player 10.2 will be ready to download from the Android Market on March 18th, supporting only Honeycomb tablets (in other words, just the Xoom) to...

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