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Seven-Inch Tablet Runs Android

Shenzhen-based Eken announced a seven-inch tablet computer that runs either Android or Windows CE 6.0. The M001 has a 600MHz ARM-based processor, 128MB of RAM and 2GB of flash storage, an SD slot, stereo speakers, and 802.11b/g wireless networking, the company says....
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Netbook Market May Have Already Peaked

IDC figures show a decline in Atom processor shipments as a percentage of Intel mobile processors...
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Another Linux-Compatible Mobile OS is in the Oven

Targeting a market already replete with numerous contenders, a consortium of six Japanese firms...
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Intel Releases Upgraded Netbook for Kids

Intel announced a fourth generation of its Classmate PC for the education market. The device features a 10.1-inch screen that pivots into tablet mode, a rotating camera, a six-cell battery that lasts 8.5 hours, plus optional GPS, 3G, and WiMAX, the company says....
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Android and Linux Are Growing Back Together

Android, which at one time appeared to be becoming a Linux fork, is now coming back into the Linux mainstream. read more...
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