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MontaVista collaboration site gets open source makeover

MontaVista Software has upgraded its community website for embedded Linux developers with a variety of new open source components. & Meld 2.0& features a new Meld.org URL, a redesigned interface, rich text editing in forums, improved file sharing, and a new OpenID login system, all running on the Drupal open...

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Couchio announce CouchDB SDK for Android

Couchio has announced an early developer preview of its implementation of CouchDB on Android...

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Motorola's dev site details Android-powered Ming A1680

We've always been fans of the odd form factor espoused by Motorola's longstanding Ming series of devices in China -- a form factor seen only briefly in the US with Verizon's Krave -- and now that Moto's made the leap to Android across its global smartphone lineup, it makes sense to move the MING from custom-cooked Linux to Android, too. The A1680 has been floating around in the wild since...

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Garrett's LinuxCon Talk Emphasizes Lessons Learned from Android/Kernel Saga

A LinuxCon session led by Red Hat's Matthew Garrett discussed the lessons learned from Google's ongoing attempts to include power-management code in the mainline Linux kernel... and revealed there's still some emotions running high in the debate.

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Motorola Droid 2 (and R2-D2 edition!) finally official: Android 2.2, Swype, $200 on contract

All together now: "Finally!" At long last, the leaks are being plugged by none other than Verizon itself, who today confirmed that the Droid 2 is more than just a figment of everyone's imagination. Shortly after hamstringing the Froyo update for the original Droid, Big Red is tossing a tempting upgrade all up in your grille, as the Droid 2 ships with Android 2.2, mobile hotspot (a $20 / month add-on), Flash Player 10.1 and a revised QWERTY keyboard. It's also the first smartphone to ship with Swype pre-installed, though we'd prefer Swiftkey thrown in for good measure. You already know the specs by now --...

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