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Chrome to Phone now available in Android Market

Chrome to Phone isn't a new product -- we've been using it since May, in fact --but Google's second mobile announcement today (behind Voice Actions) is that its continuous client app is now "official" and available to all users (with Android 2.2 Froyo) via Android Market. As it was before,...

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Palm Enabling webOS Apps to Interact with Universal Search, Dock Mode?

When our own esteemed Paul Miller cracked the mystery that allows the Motorola Droid to behave differently when docked than when in the hand, it took some of the magic out the behavior. However, that doesn't diminish from its utility, and it's a feature that could be coming to webOS. PreCentral.net received a...

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Google Chrome to Phone Connects Your Desktop to Your Android [Chrome]

Chrome to Phone comprises a Google Chrome extension and a Google Android app, which connects your desktop with your phone in the way that was demonstrated earlier this year at Google I/O. Essentially, sending tasks to your phone. More »...

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HTC Hits Top 10, Android Surges

In the second quarter, HTC jumped to the No. 8 spot in worldwide smartphone sales, and Google's Android leaped ahead of Apple's iOS, according to Gartner.

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Highlights from Day 1 at LinuxCon 2010

If LinuxCon 2009 was all about the desktop, then the underlying theme of LinuxCon 2010 is the desktop is dead, at least as we know it and the new desktop meme will be a mobile device.

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