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Company Puts Android on Laptop with China-Backed Chips

A Chinese company is tweaking Google’s Android operating system to run on a laptop using homegrown Chinese microprocessors, which are backed by the government.
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Report: China Unicom to Sell Android Phones

Despite a spat between Google and the Chinese government, China Unicom, a state owned telco in China, said it will sell phones using the Google Android OS.
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Orange Backs Intel-Nokia Linux Drive

New supporter for Meego Orange has given its thumbs-up to the Intel-Nokia Linux venture MeeGo, the OS formerly known as Maemo and Moblin.…...
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CeBIT 2010: ARCHOS Announces Two Android-based Home Tablets

ARCHOS, the French multimedia tablet manufacturer, has announced two new touch-screen tablets that run Google's open source Android operating system...
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Android App Brings in $13K a Month

One Android developer is earning more than $400 a day from his find-your-car application, proving it's not just Apple fans who'll pay for basic apps.…...
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