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Leaked WebOS 2.0 Shots Show a Bevy of New Features

Two dozen or so purported webOS 2.0 screenshots have fluttered out onto the web, and while their origins are a bit hazy, they show plenty of interesting new features, like Dropbox support baked into the OS. 

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iPad competitors lining up

Starting this fall and stretching into early next year, big-name gadget and PC makers are readying their own touch-screen tablets.

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MIT app turns your Android phone into a supercomputer... of sorts

Oh, sure -- a few people have called Google's Nexus One a "superphone," but suddenly, that nickname has taken on a whole new level of meaning. A team of talent from MIT has put its head down in order to concoct a new Android application that can come darn close to solving complex computational problems in just a fraction of the time that it'd take a bona fide supercomputer. The goal here...

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New Android 2.2 build leaks out for Nexus One, minor improvements noted

Well, well -- what have we here? Word on the street has it that we're looking at a new, unreleased (officially, anyway) Froyo build for Google's now-tough-to-locate Nexus One. The open source community has yet again uncovered what looks to be a real gem, with this fresh Android 2.2 version...

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Open source Plex media center to run on LG TVs

The Plex developers have announced a new partnership with LG Electronics to bring their open source media centre to LG HDTVs and confirmed that a Windows version will be available "later this year"...

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