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Graffiti for Android Scribbles Palm OS Memories All Over Google's Platform

Gather around the campfire, children, as we tell you a story from or youth. You see, back in our day, we carried around PDAs driven by Palm's operating system (no, not that one). Primitive and bulky by modern standards, sure, but if there's one aspect we remember most fondly -- or at least most...

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Droid X Sells Out Despite Verizon Preparation

The Motorola Droid X is sold out online and in certain parts of the country at retail Verizon and Best Buy stores, despite Verizon Wireless' insistence that it would have plenty of the phones in stock.

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Droid X Ships Amidst Controversy Over ROM Lockdown

Verizon Wireless and Motorola launched the much-anticipated Android 2.1-based Droid X smartphone for $200, and said they foresee none of the shortages that have plagued other recent Android phones. Yet, modders are up in arms by the news that the Droid X has been locked down to prevent the loading...

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HP Shelving its Android Tablet?

Sources tell AllThingsD that the Android slate won't ship by year's end as planned. Perhaps HP is reconsidering its multi-OS tablet strategy in light of the Palm acquisition.

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Jolicloud 1.0 Netbook OS Starts Roll Out

After more than a year in development, the Jolicloud developers have confirmed that the major 1.0 release of their operating system starts roll out to existing users this week...

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