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Japan Phone Makers See Opportunity in Android

Sharp, Sony Ericsson and others are hoping that Google’s system will finally help Japan’s cellphones catch fire abroad.

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China Unicom to launch Linux-based WoPhone OS

China Unicom announced its own Linux-based, Android-like WoPhone operating system, with initial phones to be offered by Huawei and Beijing Tianyu Communication Equipment. The WoPhone announcement follows last week's news that China Unicom rival China Mobile will offer four Asus smartphones and a tablet running the carrier's new OMS 2.0...

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Review: 10 Android Apps for Linux Server Admins

The Linux server admin on the go needs a good remote administration toolkit. Here are 10 useful remote administration apps for Android devices.

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Beta 5 of Firefox 4 for Mobile Available

The Mozilla foundation has announced the availability of the fifth beta for Firefox 4 for Mobile, for phones running Android, and Maebo on the Nokia N900...

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Google Adds E-Books to Android Market

Joining the growing number of mobile apps, e-books are now being sold at Android Market with some indications that movies and music could be next on the list.

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