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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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Wind River Ships Testing Framework for Android

Wind River announced the availability of an automated software testing solution for Android-based devices. ...

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Google Demos Codeless Android Development Tool for Students

Google has announced a new browser-based visual development tool called App Inventor that allows users to create Android applications without having to write any code. It appears to be aimed primarily at students...

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