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Tutorial: Tiny Linux Plug Computers: Wall Wart Linux Servers

Little bitty wall-wart size Linux servers are handy for all kinds of kinds of lightweight deployments; Akkana Peck shows us what to look for and how to get connected.

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Blogger Releases Android Smartphone App

Program lets people bang out copy, and take photos with their phones, from inside the app--and then either publish to their Blogger blogs straightaway, or save for later.

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Seasoned Devs May See a Sweet Deal in Honeycomb

Seasoned Java or Android appdevs looking to create apps on Android 3.0, aka "Honeycomb," will probably find it relatively easy to get up and running. "If you're a Java developer, it's going to take you three to five days to get to the point where you can be dangerous enough...

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The First Great Android Tablet May Be On Sale Feb. 24th [Unconfirmed]

Either whoever manages the Grand Rapids South Best Buy Facebook page has a fertile imagination, or the Motorola Xoom is going on sale there in just a few weeks. That's not long to wait for the first real iPad fighter. More »...

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Google Debuts a Honey of an OS

Google staged an in-depth look at its Android 3.0 operating system, aka "Honeycomb," at a press conference Wednesday. It marks the official arrival of the first version of the Android operating system to be optimized specifically with the tablet form factor in mind. Features mentioned in the presentation include richer...

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