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First Look at Firefox Mobile 4

Mozilla has publicized beta releases of the desktop version of Firefox 4 since July, but mobile users can test out the next major update to the mobile browser as well. Firefox 4 for Mobile is officially at beta 1, with builds available for devices running Android and Nokia's Maemo operating system.

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Nokia Releases Maemo Update for N900

Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia has released a new firmware update for its Linux-based N900 internet tablet and smartphone, adding support for its Ovi Suite for Windows PCs, the Qt Mobility API and the company's Ovi Music Store...

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Google: Android Market has 100,000 Apps

Following unofficial reports that the Android Market had surpassed 100,000 applications, Google has confirmed this is the case...

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Couchpubtato Lets Your CouchDB Store PubSubHubbub Feeds

Couchpubtato brings together PubSubHubbub and CouchDB, giving you the ability to turn your feeds into real-time streams and then make any Couch database act as a subscriber endpoint. Couchpubtato converts incoming XML RSS and ATOM feed data into JSON Activity Streams format. Here's an example: To set up Couchpubtato, you'll...

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Droid Pro Appears at Verizon for $299?

If you're looking to get some BlackBerry up in your Droid, brace yourself for a premium price. Motorola's Droid Pro worldphone was just spotted at a Verizon test website for $299 on-contract and as much as $700 unsubsidized. Should the 1GHz unit arrive as shown without a chunky rebate of...

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