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Intel Tips Atom-Based Smartphone Running Android

Intel has successfully run Android on an Intel Atom-based smartphone prototype, according to an IDG News Service story. Meanwhile, Android continues to establish a beachhead on the MIPS platform with a new big-endian version of Android for MIPS developed by Serbia-based RT-RK....
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Google May Engage Android to Flatten the iPad

Apple's newly launched iPad may be taking up the majority of consumer mindshare in the table...
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$100 Netbook Has Ten-Inch Screen

Shenzen-based Science and Technology Co. Ltd. has released a $100 netbook that runs Android, Linux, or Windows CE 6.0 on a Via-manufactured ARM SoC (system on chip). The 1.87-pound device includes a 10-inch screen with 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, from 1GB to 4GB of flash storage, and two hours of...
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Android Leads U.S. Smartphone Growth in Sales, Downloads

Apple might have just tipped its iPhone OS 4.0, but Android has jumped to nine percent of the U.S. smartphone market, according to ComScore. Meanwhile, Nielsen says U.S. smartphone sales will eclipse feature-phone sales by 2011, and ABI Research predicts that over 800 million Android apps will be d...
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10 (or so) of the Best Mobile Linux Apps

The coolest thing about mobile Linux is that hey, it's basically Linux. Developers used to Linux will find themselves at home with mobile Linux (especially if targeting x86). And, familiar Linux apps can probably run fine on a mobile Linux system, too.

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