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LG shows Android's Low-End Smartphone Promise

A few weeks using LG's Optimus One shows Android workable for low-end smartphones. Just don't push it too hard.

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TI admits to Nvidia tablet pressure

A Texas Instruments executive says during the company's earnings conference call that Nvidia got the jump on it with the dual-core processor going into Motorola's Xoom tablet.

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Linux Geeks and Tablet Temptation

If "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" summed up all that was wrong in Jan's world on "The Brady Bunch" all those many decades ago, an equivalent for today's computing world might be, "tablets, tablets, tablets!" After all, the widely hyped new devices pretty well dominated the news coming out of CES, and...

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Android Language Translation Moves Up a Notch

Does Google's new Conversation Mode get us a step closer to Star Trek's universal translator?

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Android Market, App Store Post Strong Growth

The two largest mobile application websites enjoyed spectacular growth in the number of new apps available as well as total downloads.

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