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DARPA and NIST testing real-time translation system for use in Afghanistan... with a Nexus One

DARPA has long been working on making real-time translation systems practical and portable, and it looks like it's now closer than ever to its goal -- although it can't necessarily take all the credit. The research agency recently teamed up with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (or NIST) to test three different systems as part of its TRANSTAC...

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Android rootkit demonstrated

At this year's DEFCON 18 Hacking Conference, two security researchers have demonstrated what they claim is the first rootkit for Android...

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EVO 4G's Froyo Features Detailed in Pictures, Car Dock Coming in September?

We're not far from seeing this big update in the flesh, but in the meanwhile, EVO 4G owners (and fans) might be interested to take a closer look at...

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LG's Optimus Z Rears its Square Head, as Android Tablet is Referred to Again

That mysterious Optimus Z phone from the other week has been formally introduced by LG, but for now it's only getting a release in the land of kimchi and soju—Korea. A global release is expected later, however. More »...

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RIM to Announce iPhone/Android-Killer?

RIM has scheduled a press conference for next Tuesday as bloggers and financial analysts buzz about the potential news, which many speculate is a new touchscreen phone to rival hot new smartphones.

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