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Dust-Proof Signage PC Taps Dual-Core 1.8GHz Atom

Axiomtek is readying an IP4X-rated, dust-proof digital signage player based on a dual-core, 1.8GHz Intel Atom D525 processor. The DSB-300 offers 4GB of DDR3 memory, dual PCIe slots with wireless options, a gigabit Ethernet port, four USB 2.0 ports, a serial port, and an optional hardware decoder that supports 1920...

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Sprint Providing Mobile Management for Android

Mirroring an industry-wide trend, Sprint partners with Good Technology to provide mobile device management services for its Android line.

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Mapquest Gives Android Users a Free Turn-By-Turn Nav App

Android users now have the luxury of another free turn-by-turn option to choose from— Mappquest's free voice-guided nav app is now available in the Android Market. You can talk to it (search for destinations with voice); it can talk to you (it'll pipe up when you need to make a...

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ARM Cortex-A15 Processor Adopts Imagination's New Graphics IP

ST-Ericsson announced an ARM Cortex-A15 & Nova A9600& processor it says will be the first to offer Imagination Technologies' speedy & Rogue& graphics. The chipmaker also announced two Cortex-A9 application processors -- the Nova A9540 and A9500 -- plus three Cortex-A9-based & NovaThor& smartphone platforms, and an open source &...

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Intel Showcases Industry Support for MeeGo, Demos New Tablet Version

Intel made loud overtures in support of MeeGo at Mobile World Congress, getting Toshiba, Fujitsu, Asus, and Acer to stand behind the Linux-based OS, despite Nokia's defection. The MeeGo project also demonstrated the long-awaited MeeGo Tablet User Experience (UX)....

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