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Verizon Tips Pre Plus, and Palm Opens WebOS

Verizon Wireless announced Jan. 25 availability of two modified versions of Palm's WebOS-based smartphones, the Palm Pre Plus and the newly WiFi-enabled Palm Pixi Plus. Meanwhile, Palm announced that its WebOS developer program is now open to all developers, and plans to launch a WebOS plugin devel...
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Moblin Linux on x86 Smartphone: Intel's Small Step Forward

During a press briefing at CES on Thursday, Intel CEO Paul Otellini revealed the LG GW990, a Moorestown-powered smartphone that runs Intel's Linux-based Moblin operating system. The product is expected to arrive on the market in the second half of this year.
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Microsoft: Google's Nexus One will Hurt Android

Earlier this week, Google unveiled the Nexus One; the search giant's first branded mobile phone. Then the company confirmed that Nexus One, and all subsequent Google phones sold via th...
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Android, Not Microsoft Slate, Big Winner at CES: Analysts

Microsoft has always cast a long shadow over this show, but this year, Android gave it a big fight.
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Tux Takes a Bow: Linux Makes Presence Known at CES

The open source Linux operating system is arguably a major force in the mobile and embedded space and can be found on a growing number of popular devices ranging from the TiVo to Amazon's Kindle. It's not surprising that the proverbial penguin has a strong presence at CES this week, where gadget...
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